Fort Collins Symphony Attendance Policy
Beginning March 14, 2022, The Lincoln Center will lift its existing mask requirement. Masks will no longer be required throughout the facility. Building access remains limited to those attending a ticketed or scheduled event or, to those attending the public Art Gallery viewing hours which are Wednesdays and Fridays 12 p.m.–6 p.m.
Also, beginning March 14, 2022, Safety Protocols implemented for Fort Collins Symphony performances will also be lifted and performances will no longer require verification of proof of vaccination or negative COVID testing.
HERE ARE SOME THINGS THE LINCOLN CENTER IS DOING ON AN ONGOING BASIS TO KEEP OUR COMMUNITY SAFE.
CLEANING & HYGIENE
Touchless hand sanitizer stations have been positioned at all entrances/exits and high-traffic areas throughout our venue for patrons to use. Additionally, electrostatic sprayers are being used to deep clean all venue surfaces and spaces daily. In high-traffic areas, restrooms, and other significant touchpoints, sanitization takes place more frequently.
To prevent long lines and limit person-to-person contact, we encourage limiting in-person Box Office interactions whenever possible by purchasing tickets online at LCtix.com and by selecting mobile or print-at-home ticket delivery as opposed to Will Call pick up.
To maintain a limited-touch environment and to minimize close contact with others, The Lincoln Center has implemented the use of brand new, touchless ticket scanners. Now you can scan your mobile, print-at-home, or hard tickets and enter the theater without directly approaching an usher. If you plan to show your tickets on your phone when you arrive at the Center, please have them ready for scanning before you get to the theater doors.
Our performance programs have gone digital! Easily access your program from your mobile device to minimize person-to-person contact while giving you the ability to peruse show and theatre information in an easy-to-navigate format. Programs will be available via an opt in text option that will be emailed to ticket holders prior to their performance. Access to digital programs also will be provided via QR code in The Lincoln Center lobby prior to performances.
To provide the safest air quality possible, all air filtration systems are being regularly cleaned and inspected. Our air filters have the highest MERV rating possible, based on operational and system specifications, for particulate removal. Additionally, The Lincoln Center is maximizing the quantity of air filter changes and has increased the frequency of its outside air exchange. Currently inside air exchanges with fresh outside air every 10 minutes.