COVID-19: Health and Safety
At Music on Main, our care for your health and well being is an extension of our love for artists and audiences.
Music on Main is committed to creating safe and memorable musical experiences. Discover our upcoming events and be the first-to-know!
Throughout the pandemic we’ve shared great music making and a sense of togetherness. That connection between musicians and audiences has been celebrated onscreen and at safe in-person events. Your generosity and support makes dynamic programming possible.
As mask wearing and vaccine passport regulations are ever changing, Music on Main will regularly evaluate their health and safety protocols and will always adhere to current public health guidelines. Please check back for any health and safety updates.
When you want to attend a live event, here’s what you need to know before you go:
When you attend a live event, know that you’ll be welcomed with the same warmth and enthusiasm that Music on Main has always been known for. Health protocols are always followed, but there’s still a chance to talk about music, catch up with friends or meet new ones, and simply enjoy listening, together. Whether you come in a small group, with a friend, or on your own, your well-being will be taken care of. Please do not hesitate to let us know if there’s anything we can do to improve your experience.
Q: What do I do if I’m feeling unwell?
A: If you are feeling unwell, kindly stay home. If you’ve already purchased a ticket to an in-person event, please contact us at [email protected] and we’ll gladly refund the ticket(s).
Q: Do I need to wear a mask?
A: Music on Main encourages audiences to wear masks at indoor concerts.
Q: Where will I sit?
A: Seating is general admission, on a first-come, first-serve basis, unless otherwise stated on your ticket.
Q: Can I hang out with friends in the lobby?
A: During the 2022 Modulus Festival, the lobby and bar will be open 30 minutes before the music starts.
Q: How many people will be at the concert?
A: Music on Main’s attendance at in-person concerts adheres to current public health guidelines.
Thank you in advance for helping everyone feel comfortable and safe when we listen together to live music!
This page was last updated on October 4, 2022.