Autumn Program. Oct. 18-24, 2021

Audience Safety Protocols

PLEASE NOTE: THESE RULES AND GUIDELINES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

San Francisco International Arts Festival
Public Safety Rules for INDOOR performances at the Young Performers Theatre, Fort Mason
October 20 – 24, 2021

Last Updated: September 4, 2021

All persons attending events at the Young Performers Theatre must provide proof of having been vaccinated against COVID 19 or having tested negative for COVID-19 in the previous 72 hours. Children 12 years old or under are welcome when accompanied by an adult.

All attendees, including children, must wear a mask or face covering when inside Buildings at Fort Mason Center.

Anyone who does not follow the above rules will not be allowed access to the venue and will not be given a refund on any ticket purchasers they might have made.

Even if you have been vaccinated and tested negative, please do not come to the event if you are feeling unwell or have a high temperature or if you know you have been exposed to COVID-19.


October 23-24 Outdoor Performances at Fort Mason
Rules, Protocols and Guidelines for Audience Members

Last Updated: September 16, 2021

For your comfort, please bring with you your own blankets or low chairs (31” maximum height). SFIAF will provide chairs upon request for seniors and people with disabilities.

All persons attending our outdoor events at Fort Mason must provide proof of having been vaccinated against COVID 19 or having tested negative for COVID-19 in the previous 72 hours. Children 12 years old or under are welcome when accompanied by an adult.

All attendees, including children, must wear a mask or face covering except when actively eating or drinking.

Anyone who does not follow the above rules will not be allowed access to the venue and will not be given a refund on any ticket purchasers they might have made.

Even if you have been vaccinated and tested negative, please do not come to the event if you are feeling unwell or have a high temperature or if you know you have been exposed to COVID-19.

In addition, to help ensure your health and safety at our events, we are implementing the following simple but important rules, procedures and guidelines.

  1. All ticket purchases must be made in advance of the performance. There will not be any at-the-door ticket sales (advance purchases can be made remotely up until the time of the individual performances).

  2. Only purchase tickets for people from within your own household. For contact tracing purposes, when purchasing tickets, we require that you divulge the name and individual email and phone numbers for each person in your party. We use the Eventbrite platform to sell tickets. If you did not specify each individual in your group when you made the ticket purchase, please go to your online confirmation and “edit” attendees.

    Please do this. If it turns out that anyone else attending the program this weekend was unwittingly carrying COVID-19, we want to let you know so you can consider being tested.

  3. To help minimize crowding at entrances prior to a performance, audience access to event seating areas will begin 30 minutes prior to each event.

  4. For your comfort, please bring with you your own blankets or low chairs (31” maximum height). SFIAF will provide chairs upon request for seniors and people with disabilities. If you require chairs from the venue, if possible, please return them to the sanitizing station when not in use. If unable to return please alert staff or volunteers to collect the used chairs, thank you!

  5. Masks are required of ALL attendees.

  6. For our mutual protection, please always wear a mask when speaking to event staff (keep in mind, they are on-site all day for both days).

  7. Please follow the instructions and requests of designated Festival staff and volunteers in regards to queuing and seating procedures, maintaining distance from other groups and individuals and covering your face at all times.

In general, please respect the space of others. Keep in mind that for some people, this gathering may represent their first outdoor excursion in a while, and your discretion and forbearance is appreciated.

Please also remember:

  • Wash hands often and for a minimum of 20 seconds
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands

IT MIGHT EVEN BE SUNNY

  • Fort Mason is often cold and foggy, so please bring warm clothing. However, it might even be sunny, so sun-block is always a good accessory as well.

San Francisco International Arts Festival
Phone Number: 415-399-9554 | Email: [email protected]
870 Market Street, Suite 1258, San Francisco, CA 94102