BCGS COVID Guidelines

As part of our effort to establish measures that promote a safe, healthy, and rewarding concert-going experience for you and our patrons, we will be following guidelines consistent with government requirements plus additional courtesy considerations.

BCGS will update these procedures as deemed necessary in connection with federal, state and city requirements and public health guidance.

Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test

BCGS requires all patrons to present proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test at the point of entry to during ticket checks. A negative COVID-19 test must either be a PCR test taken within the last 72 hours or an antigen test taken within the last 24 hours. Proof of vaccination may be in the form of a physical vaccination card or legible and identifiable scan, photo, or digital record of vaccination.

Masks Required

Audience members are required to wear masks at all times while on the premises.

If You Feel Ill

If you are exhibiting flu-like symptoms, do not attend the performance.  Contact us and we will refund the price of your ticket(s).

Ticketing and Queueing

We encourage digital ticketing via our website but tickets will also be available at the door where we will provide controlled queueing for social distancing.

Seating and Audience Capacity

The maximum audience will be limited to 50% of the hall capacity.  Ushered seating will be provided to ensure social distancing, allow couples or small groups who to sit together, and to enable personal choice.


A limited intermission will be provided to allow the use of the restrooms.  Restroom queues will be monitored for social distancing.

Doors will open 30 minutes prior to concert start time.   Outdoor social distancing will be left to the discretion of the individuals, though limited queue markers will be provided.

We will not be able to offer concessions or merchandise tables, and no food or beverage is permitted in the concert halls, save for a bottled water which may be necessary to an individual. 

BCGS Right of Refusal

BCGS reserves the right to refuse entry or remove any individuals for any of the following reasons:

  • Lack of adherence to described vaccination or testing standards.
  • Lack of adherence to described social distancing standards.
  • Failure to comply with described masking requirements.
  • Indication of health issues or other symptoms for any individual upon arrival to the facilities.

Thank you for your flexibility and commitment to ensuring a safe and healthy experience for all guests joining us at our BCGS concerts. It is our pleasure to work with you in navigating these guidelines.

Last updated September 23, 2021