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Mayo Street Arts acknowledges the inherent risk and danger of gathering during the COVID-19 pandemic. We also embrace the power of art to uplift, enrich, and even heal our community, and the need to support artists, always, but especially during this time. We’ve taken the following measures to maximize audience, staff, and artist safety while creating space to engage with the arts. Thank you for reviewing our safety measures, and we look forward to seeing you at an event!
Effective August 25, 2022
Audience members, workshop attendees, staff, and volunteers over the age of 2 will be asked to mask while not actively playing an instrument, eating, or drinking. Please remask between sips of drinks and bites of food.
Proof of vaccination is not required. However, upon artist request, certain shows may require proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a recent negative test. This will be made clear on the event ticketing page.
Artists will be tested on the day of their performance—and no longer than 48 hours before any additional performances/events—to allow them to safely engage with their audience unmasked.
Our facility will be cleaned and sanitized daily with additional sanitization of commonly touched surfaces between each activity. Additionally, we have multiple HEPA air filtration devices to filter the air continuously for the duration of the event.