New Entry Requirements Effective November 1, 2021

Performing Arts Fort Worth, the owner and operator of Bass Performance Hall, continues to follow industry safety guidelines and applicable law for reopening performing arts centers. The health and safety of our patrons, staff, volunteers, and artists is our top priority. We are joining performing arts centers nationwide in an earnest effort to keep the industry alive while navigating the ongoing challenging conditions imposed by COVID-19.

As a result, we are implementing changes to meet the rapidly changing conditions, guidance and recommended best practices. As conditions or laws change, so may protocols and guidelines. These new entry requirements are effective November 1, 2021, for performances presented by Performing Arts Fort Worth, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera, and the Cliburn.

EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1, 2021, ALL PATRONS AGES 12 AND OLDER WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW EITHER PROOF OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST RESULT* OR VOLUNTARILY PROVIDE PROOF OF VACCINATION, AND PHOTO IDENTIFICATION.

PATRONS AGES 18 AND OLDER MUST BRING A PHOTO ID THAT MATCHES THE NAME ON THE TEST RESULT. GUESTS YOUNGER THAN AGE 18 WITHOUT ID MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT WITH PROPER IDENTIFICATION.

*Proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event (Antigen or PCR test)

Proof of a negative test must come directly from a healthcare provider that performs COVID-19 tests and clearly displays your name, date, and result. Proof can be displayed on your smartphone or by presenting a physical copy. Self-administered, at-home tests will not be accepted.

OR

Voluntary Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. Patrons who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least 14 days after final dose of Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson) may voluntarily provide proof of vaccination as a substitute for a negative COVID test result. Full COVID-19 vaccination means the day of the event is at least 14-days after your final vaccine dose. Proof of vaccination must come directly from a healthcare provider that performs vaccinations and clearly displays your name and date of 2nd dose. Proof can be displayed on your smartphone or by presenting a physical copy.

Additionally, venue staff we anticipate working performances are currently all vaccinated.

Masks/face coverings are still required in all areas of the venue regardless of vaccination status, including inside the theater during the performance. Masks/face coverings must be worn over both the mouth and nose.

Frequently Asked Questions

Proof can be displayed on your smartphone or by presenting a physical copy.

Proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event (Antigen or PCR test)

Proof of a negative test must come directly from a healthcare provider that performs COVID-19 tests and clearly displays your name, date, and result. Proof can be displayed on your smartphone or by presenting a physical copy.

Negative test results just need to be within 72 hours of the event day.

As long as the second dose is clearly marked on the new vaccine card and is at least 2 weeks in the past, you will be able to enter.