As we prepare to welcome audiences and artists back to Georgia Symphony Orchestra events, please read our promises to ensure the health and safety of our patrons, artists and staff.
- All patrons who attend performances of the Georgia Symphony must be fully vaccinated by the date of their visit. Patrons can show either paper or electronic documentation (including photo of card).
- Frequently asked questions regarding this policy can be found here.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
- We are requiring that patrons, staff and volunteers wear facial masks that cover their mouth and nose. Masks with a valve, gaiters, scarves, etc. are not permitted.
- We are implementing social distancing protocols for our performances to ensure that families and friend groups can feel safe in their "bubbles" while attending our performances.
- We are asking any patron who is feeling ill to please stay home and consider exchanging your tickets for another performance. Our staff and volunteers are expected to do the same.
- For a touchless experience, we are issuing electronic (print-at-home and mobile) tickets. Your mobile tickets will be sent to the email associated with your ticket purchase.
- To reduce close interactions we are implementing contactless ticket scanning.
- Our concert programs are going digital. In addition to information about the production, artistic and director’s notes, stay tuned for more content (which may include behind-the-scenes materials!). Programs will now be available on the Georgia Symphony Orchestra website.
- As much as we are certain of our commitment to resume performances, we know we are in uncertain times. Rest assured that if for any reason we must cancel performances, or if you are unable to attend, we will honor your commitment to us by offering ticket exchange and refund options.
- We are also eliminating all exchange fees. Exchanges will be accepted up to two hours before the performance.
Check this page regularly for the most up-to-date information. Recognizing the situation is changing rapidly, we will continue to respond to updated guidance from local, state, and federal health authorities.