Updated August 17, 2021

We cannot wait to experience live events with you. The health and safety of our audience members, staff, and artists is our top priority, and we are following public safety guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Minnesota Department of Health. 

Below are the steps we are taking to ensure we reopen in the safest way possible. 

Vaccination policy
In light of the highly transmissible Delta variant and increasing case numbers in Minnesota, we require all guests to present proof of either full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours prior to attending a Schubert Club concert or event.

Being fully vaccinated means completing your final dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before the performance date. Proof of vaccination or a negative test result must be shown when entering the venue. Proof of vaccination includes bringing a physical card or showing a digital photo of your vaccination card. Proof of a negative test result includes bringing a printed or digital copy of your test results.

Below are resources to schedule your vaccination or COVID-19 test:

Mask policy
All guests and staff will be required to wear masks inside our concert venues, except while eating or drinking in the lobbies. This follows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recent recommendation that everyone should wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status.

Social distancing
Performances through mid-October will operate at reduced seating capacity to allow for social distancing. Tickets for shows after September will be sold at varying capacities depending on the arts organization presenting the show, in accordance with city and state guidelines. 

Guest responsibility
We ask that guests stay home if they are sick or exposed to COVID-19. Please contact the box office to transfer your tickets to another performance, donate your tickets or request a refund. There will be no fees or penalties for making changes to your tickets through September. You can contact our ticket office at 651.292.3268 or ticketing@schubert.org.

Keeping you informed
We will continue to update this page as we gather new information and will share pertinent updates via email and social media. Please check back as the details and requirements for reopening are subject to change as we work through this uncertain yet exciting time. 

Thank you for your support. We can’t wait to share more experiences with you soon!

 

FAQ

What forms of proof are accepted?
Proof of vaccination or a negative test result must be shown when entering the venue. Proof of vaccination includes bringing a physical card or showing a digital photo of your vaccination card that matches your photo ID.  Proof of a negative test result includes bringing a printed or digital copy of your test results that matches your photo ID.

What if I am not vaccinated?
Those who are not vaccinated, including children under 12 who are not eligible for vaccination, can attend with proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of attending an event.

Am I required to wear a mask?
Yes, masks are required for everyone inside of the venue, except while eating or drinking in the lobbies. This policy aligns with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recent recommendation that everyone should wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status.

Where does this policy apply?
This policy applies to all ticketed Schubert Club concerts and events.

How will staff approach guests who may disagree with your policies?
Staff and volunteers will be trained to work with guests who may question our event policies. They will listen, offer options and seek resolution while keeping in mind the ultimate goal of protecting the health and safety of all guests and staff. 

Where can I get more information regarding COVID-19 vaccination?
If you are not currently vaccinated, you can find out when, where, and how to get a free COVID-19 vaccine via Minnesota’s Vaccine Connector here.

Where can I get a COVID-19 test?
You can find a free testing location near you here.