Concert 1 - 560 Music Center - October 3, 2021 @ 3pm

This is our first live concert of the season. We have a new COVID-19 policy for this concert. It will require some extra steps, but we will try to make this as easy for you at your arrival as we can. Here are explanations of the things you will need, followed by a checklist to help you get organized.


1. Big Green Check Mark. All guests are required to complete Washington University’s visitor self-screening within 4 hours of coming to the 560 Music Center. After completing the screening, you will receive an email with the results. If you pass the screening, you will receive an email with a big green check mark. Please show this email (either printed or on your phone) at the door upon arrival. If your email indicates that you did not pass the screening, please do not come to the 560 Music Center. For patrons without smartphones or other computers, there will be a location at the concert for you to complete the screening. 

2. Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test. Guests ages 12 and older are required to show proof of either (i) a full COVID-19 vaccination or (ii) a negative COVID-19 test to a venue staff member.

  • To be considered fully vaccinated, a guest must be at least 14 days after the second dose of Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or 14 days after a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

  • Original, printed, or digital vaccination cards will be accepted as proof of vaccination and must clearly show the cardholder's name, date of birth and date(s) of vaccination. You may show a photo of your vaccination card.

  • Guests who cannot provide proof of vaccination may provide proof of a negative COVID PCR test taken within 72 hours of venue access or an antigen test administered by a healthcare or pharmacy provider within 24 hours of admittance. Self-administered tests will not be accepted.

  • NOTE: Guests under the age of 12 will not be required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test, but will be required to wear a face mask at all times.

3. Photo ID. You must show a photo ID that corresponds to the vaccination card or the negative test information.

4. Face Mask. All guests must wear a face mask at all times.

  • Face coverings must fully cover the nose and mouth.

  • Gaiters, face coverings with valves/vent, bandanas or single-layer of fabric masks are not acceptable face coverings.

  • If a guest does not have an acceptable mask, one may be provided to them.

  • Prolonged periods of mask removal are not permitted.


So, what this means is that you will want to have the following five things with you and ready to show when you arrive at the concert:

1. Big Green Check Mark (see explanation 1 above). This can be printed or on your phone.

2. Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test (see explanation 2 above). This can be printed or on your phone.

3. Photo ID (see explanation 3 above).

4. Face Mask (see explanation 4 above).

5. Your Ticket to the Concert. Don’t forget this one! This can be printed or on your phone. 

General Information

We will follow guidelines set by the CDC, local government, and the venue where we are performing. Up-to-date masking and vaccinations requirements can be found here and in all pre-concert email communications.

All guests may be asked to use masks and/or prove vaccination status if the host venue requires it and if local mandates are in effect. For those not fully vaccinated, please wear a mask. We will provide masks for guests who do not have their own.

Advance ticket purchases may be required for a concert, if the host venue requires it.

We will provide hand sanitizer and wipes for use by audience members.

Understand that COVID-19 is present in the St. Louis region and it's highly contagious nature can spread from person to person.

By attending any performance, each guest assumes responsibility for any illness or injury that they incur or that they cause others, including COVID-19 and expenses or loss as a result of an illness or injury.

By attending any performance, each guest represents that they are not sick, do not display COVID-like symptoms and are not aware that they or a family member have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19 in the past 14 days.

Participants will be emailed SLCC's up-to-date COVID safety plan during the week before each presentation and the plan will be posted to the website.