Effective July 5, 2021, masks will no longer be required for fully vaccinated people at the Arvada Center except inside of classrooms/studios being used by our Education department (classes and camps for all ages) and for select Education events.
All students, teachers, parents, staff (City and Center) and visitors to those spaces must wear a mask while those spaces are in use regardless of vaccination status. We reserve the right to ask anyone not following safety measures - including correctly wearing a mask to cover the nose and mouth - to leave the premises.
Thank you to our sponsor SCL Health/Lutheran Medical Center. Visit their website for resources on health, safety and risk assessment.
Keep reading for more information on the steps we're taking to keep you safe while visiting the Center.
BOX OFFICE HOURS
We're adhering to health and safety rules set up by both state and county health officials as well as the Actors' Equity Association. In order to hold this performance, we ask you to respect all posted health rules while visiting the Center.
At this time, we are selling tickets for our 2021-2022 Theatre Season at full capacity, with recommended health and safety guidelines laid out by the Actors' Equity Association.
In order to keep our youngest visitors safe, all students, teachers, parents, staff (City and Center) and visitors to our classrooms and studios must wear a mask while those spaces are in use, regardless of vaccination status.
The Arvada Center Galleries hold the health and safety of our visitors, staff, and artists as the highest priority. To allow for recommended distancing and to monitor the number of people in our galleries, we are using a reservation system for our summer gallery exhibitions.
All visitors are encouraged to reserve a free ticket for a one-hour time slot before you come to the Arvada Center.
SUPPORT THE ARVADA CENTER
As the Arvada Center is a non-profit institution relying on both ticket sales and contributed revenue, we ask you to consider donating the cost of your ticket. While cancelling performances is necessary for the health of all of our patrons, staff, artists, and volunteers, it will be a loss for the institution, making donations even more important. If you choose to donate your ticket as a tax-deductible donation you will help sustain our revenue during this time, allowing us to inspire and impact people through the arts and humanities well into the future.
Updated July 6, 2021.