THESE PROTOCOLS APPLY TO ALL LC LIVE PERFORMANCES (performances that are presented by The Lincoln Center) THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2021.

The Lincoln Center has implemented Safety Protocols, effective October 20, 2021 that are intended to protect the health of our patrons, volunteers, staff and artists. These protocols will be updated periodically in accordance with CDC, state and local recommendation. 

All patrons attending LC LIVE performances must provide either proof of full vaccination* against COVID-19 with photo/student ID, or proof of a negative COVID-19 test conducted by a lab or recognized test provider** taken within 72 hours of the performance start time with photo/student ID. IDs are not required for children under 16. 

Acceptable proof of vaccination may include one of the following that matches a government issued photo ID or school ID for youth (IDs are not required for children under 16.):

  • A vaccination card, or physical copy of a vaccination card, with record of a WHO (World Health Organization) or FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccination 

  • A high-resolution photograph on your smart phone of the front and back of your vaccination card with record of a WHO/FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccination

  • Proof of digital COVID-19 vaccine record on the MyColorado mobile device app

*People are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 14 days or more after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose vaccine series currently authorized for use by the FDA and WHO OR 14 days or more after they have received a single-dose vaccine that is currently authorized for use by the FDA and WHO.

Acceptable proof of a negative COVID-19 viral test result may include PCR and antigen tests, including rapid tests, from recognized test providers or laboratories (like Walgreens, urgent care facilities, hospitals, Larimer County testing sites, etc.) that show the patient’s name, type of test performed, date of test and negative test result along with a government issued photo ID or school ID for youth. IDs are not required for children under 16. Acceptable forms include:

  • A printed document from the test provider or laboratory showing the negative test result

  • An electronic test result (email, text message, or mobile application record) displayed on attendee’s phone or mobile device.

**The Lincoln Center does not accept home tests as proof of a negative COVID result.

Per the public health order as issued by Larimer County, all persons entering The Lincoln Center three years of age and older must wear masks. This includes patrons, volunteers, staff and vendors. Patrons may unmask when actively consuming food or beverages where permitted in the venue.

Patrons who are unable to adhere to these policies should contact the Box Office to discuss their options, which include refunds or donating tickets to The Lincoln Center Support League.

If you are unwell, please stay home and contact the Box Office prior to your performance to discuss ticket options. If you, or any members of your party, are experiencing symptoms similar to those of COVID-19 or if you have had known exposure to someone with COVID-19, please stay home.

Utilizing MyColorado, the state of Colorado’s official mobile app, you can digitally access your vaccine record from your cell phone. Click here and follow the instructions. It's easy, fast and super convenient.

Any patron needing an accommodation due to a medical condition, disability, or a sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance that prevents them from taking the vaccine will be admitted with the following:

  • Proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance start time, or a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken within six hours of the performance start time that was administered by an official testing center. Home testing kit results will not be accepted for entry.

  • Masks are required regardless of accommodation for all patrons ages 3 and older.

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 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. 

We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming show!