COVID-19 Policy

WELCOME

The Vilar Performing Arts Center is pleased to bring a complete summer schedule to our beautiful venue for the 2021 summer season. As permitted by current State of Colorado and Eagle County guidelines, the Vilar Performing Arts Center is currently operating at full capacity.  It’s important for us to meet or exceed the guidelines set forth by local, regional, state and federal agencies for operating in a COVID-19 environment and therefore we want to inform you of some important changes you’ll notice upon attending a performance at the VPAC.

NEW POLICIES IN PLACE AUGUST 20, 2021:

The health, safety, and comfortable enjoyment of performances for our guests, artists and employees is our number one goal. Effective August 20, 2021, the Vilar Performing Arts Center will implement revised venue health and safety proof of vaccination policies for attendees, patrons, volunteers, and employees at all future performances. We may revise our policy in the future based on data specific to COVID disease trends in our County. We will update you if any changes are made to our COVID safety policies.  We thank you for your patronage, and for your understanding and cooperation.  

COVID Policy Updated Statement

WHAT CONSTITUTES PROOF OF FULL VACCINATION: Your Proof of Full Vaccination can be a hard copy or digital picture of your vaccination card, myColorado app digital COVID-19 vaccine record or State Authorized Immunization Records.

VENUE OPERATIONAL PROTOCOLS:

  • Proof of full vaccination: For ages 12-and-older, proof of vaccination along with a photo ID (e.g. driver’s license, passport, driver’s permit, ski pass) that matches proof of vaccination will be required upon entry to the theater. Negative test results in advance of a performance date will not be accepted in place of proof of full vaccination.
  • Masks required for children: Children ages 2-through-11 are exempt from providing proof of vaccination, but a properly fitted face mask must be worn at all times, except when eating or drinking. Children under the age of 2 are exempt from wearing a face mask.
  • Mask-supportive environment*: The Vilar Performing Arts Center will remain a mask-supportive environment. Wearing a face mask is strongly encouraged in the venue but is not required.
  • Medical exemptions: Attendees with a valid medical exemption, that prevents them from being vaccinated, will be permitted to enter the theater, but must provide written documentation of the exemption from their physician and must wear a mask in the venue at all times.

For ticket holders who are unable to meet the venue requirements, refunds will be provided but must be requested in an email to boxoffice@vvf.org at least three business days in advance of the scheduled performance.

*Visiting productions may elect to follow increased safety protocols. Therefore, specific capacity, physical distancing and face-covering protocols may vary from show to show. This means masks may be required at select performances, please check the performance event page for show-by-show mask policy.

WE ASK OF YOU:

  • If you are sick or not feeling well, please stay home.
  • Wash hands often and use hand sanitizer where available.
  • Ticket purchasers are responsible for communicating these rules to whomever they provide tickets.
  • We ask for patience and respect as we work diligently to keep our venue safe for our community, guests, artists and employees.

The Vilar Performing Arts Center thanks you for your patience and understanding as we transition protocols for our venue.  If you are not yet comfortable attending the venue under current protocols, although we will miss your presence, we ask that you consider not attending at this time. Please note, that health and safety protocols may be revised in the future based on data specific to COVID-19 disease trends in Eagle County.

For further questions please contact the box office at boxoffice@vvf.org or (970) 845-8497.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION: WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY:

In consideration for the opportunity to attend an event at the Vilar Performing Arts Center, and by entering the premises, each entrant agrees to the Terms and Conditions of Admission to Vilar Performing Arts Center events, which apply regardless of the form of any ticket or other invitation to an event, or where or by whom such ticket or invitation is held, stored or displayed. The Terms and Conditions of Admission contain a Waiver and Release of Liability, and Indemnification agreement. You may view the Terms and Conditions of Admission HERE or:

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION TO VILAR PERFORMING ARTS CENTER EVENTS

SHOW NIGHT PROCEDURES

Here is what you need to know upon arrival:

  • All guests 12-and-older must show Proof of Full Vaccination along with a photo ID (e.g. driver’s license, passport, drivers permit, ski pass) upon arrival to the theater, prior to entering the building. Your Proof of Vaccination can be a hard copy or digital picture of your vaccination card, myColorado app digital COVID-19 vaccine record or State Authorized Immunization Records. Please note: Negative COVID test results will not be accepted in place of proof of vaccination.
  • It is recommended but not required that attendees wear a mask in the theater at all upcoming summer 2021 performances.
  • Ticket purchasers are responsible for communicating these rules to whomever they provide tickets.
  • NO BAGS will be permitted in the building with the exception of a small clutch purse (no larger than 5” x 8”).

Other important show-night updates:

  • Concessions are available for purchase from the lower lobby bar from when doors open until one hour after the start of the show. We encourage touchless transactions.
  • You may bring your own empty water bottle. The lower lobby water fountain is equipped with a water bottle filler.
  • Absolutely no outside beverages or food is permitted, please do not bring it to the theater!
  • Parking is free in both Beaver Creek Village lots during the summer months. This summer on the VPAC front island valet parking service will be available for $20.

PROOF OF VACCINATION FAQS:

Why is the VPAC instituting these new policies? 
The Delta variant appears to spread easily. These new policies will help to ensure that we can responsibly continue to host the wide array of spectacular programming scheduled at our venue, and hopefully assist our broader community in reducing or reversing the current trend of increasing incidence rates of the Delta variant.  

If I am unable to comply with the new policies, may I receive a refund?  
Please email boxoffice@vvf.org with your request at least 3 business days in advance of the scheduled performance.

Will I need to show a hard copy of my vaccination card or will a photo be sufficient?  
Physical or photocopies will be accepted. WHAT CONSTITUTES PROOF OF VACCINATION: Your Proof of Vaccination can be a hard copy or digital picture of your vaccination card, myColorado app digital COVID-19 vaccine record or State Authorized Immunization Records.

Are mobile passports accepted?
The only mobile passport accepted at this time is myColorado app. Colorado residents can download the myColorado app for easy access to a digital COVID-19 vaccine record, which will be accepted.

Will Medical Exemptions be accepted in place of proof of vaccination?   
Yes, for those with a medical condition that prevents them from being vaccinated, a written  Medical Exemption from your physician will be accepted, but must be submitted at least 3 days prior to the scheduled performance. Those with Medical Exemptions will be required to wear a mask in the venue at all times, except when eating or drinking.   

Do I need to be fully vaccinated (2 doses of Pfizer & Moderna, or 1 dose of J&J)?   
Yes, attendees must show proof of full vaccination, defined as two doses of Pfizer or Moderna, and one dose of Johnson & Johnson.

How do I provide a photo ID for a person age 12-15, or a person who does not have a driver’s license? 
Passports, school ID’s, ski pass’, drivers permits are all examples of acceptable forms of photo ID.

Will the wearing of face masks for ages 12-and-up be enforced in the venue?  
Masks are recommended, but not required. Ushers and venue staff will not be enforcing the wearing of face masks in the venue. 

COVID-19 warning:

COVID-19 IS AN EXTREMELY CONTAGIOUS DISEASE THAT CAN LEAD TO SEVERE ILLNESS AND DEATH. AN INHERENT RISK OF EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 EXISTS IN ANY PUBLIC PLACE REGARDLESS OF PRECAUTIONS THAT MAY BE TAKEN. ATTENDEE ON THEIR BEHALF AND ON BEHALF OF ANY ACCOMPANYING MINOR(S) AGREES TO (1) ASSUME ALL RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH COVID-19 AND OTHER COMMUNICABLE DISEASES, AND (2) COMPLY WITH ALL RELATED HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICIES OF THE VILAR PERFORMING ARTS CENTER.

We commit to do everything we can to keep our guests and employees as safe as possible while still providing the superb sound and entertainment experience we are known for.

We look forward to seeing you at the VPAC soon!

 

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