Created: January 13, 2022 05:55 PM
On Thursday, the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra (DSSO) announced new measures for its in-person events. The DSSO will now require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, a negative COVID-19 PCR test from the last 72 hours, or a negative rapid test taken within last 24 hours before entering Symphony Hall.
Organizers say the DSSO wants to do it's part in keeping the community healthy. The DSSO has had to work through several staffing and protocol issues, and they hope this change will further ensure the health of the audience and staff.
Guests are asked to have their vaccine card or proof of negitive test, along with identification ready prior to the event. Masks are required to be worn at all times while in Symphony Hall and the adjacent lobby.
The DSSO also says thanks to an agreement from the American Federation of Musicians, the DSSO is able to provide virtual access to its January and February concerts.
On Tuesday, January 18, TO BE BOLD concert at noon.
For additional information and to purchase a virtual ticket for the On Demand Performance, please click here.
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