• What are BBF's COVID-19 precautionary measures?

 

 

Boulder Bach Festival has developed protocols to ensure a safe environment for the musicians and the audience. Taking into consideration the recently updated Boulder County Health orders, the Longmont Museum’s new policy, and our patrons’ safety concerns, our upcoming concerts on October 23 will be fully vaccinated events.

 

All patrons and performing artists must be fully vaccinated by the date of performance. This means the performance date must be at least 14 days after the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine, (or at least 14 days after a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine).

 

Audience members must wear masks at all times.

 

Ticket holders who do not comply with this policy will not be admitted.

 

 

AT THE CONCERT:

 

PLEASE BE PREPARED TO SHOW YOUR VACCINATION CARD AS EITHER HARDCOPY, OR DIGITALLY FROM “MYCOLORADO” APP OR YOUR MOBILE PHONE. Photocopies or printed copies on paper won’t be accepted unless they are the original, authentic vaccination card.

 

At this point we are planning on less than 50% capacity at the October and December performances, and approximately 60% capacity at First Congregational Church in May 2022. As regards masks and vaccines, we will update all ticket holders via email during the month prior to each concert and following CDC and Boulder County Guidelines. The safety of our patrons and artists is of primary importance to us!