SAL’s COVID-19 Policies for 2021/22
August 13, 2021
Seattle Arts & Lectures is requiring proof of full vaccination for our in-person events this season. We will require masks for all attendees, regardless of vaccination status. Likewise, our staff and volunteers will be vaccinated and masked. We hope these actions will keep you and our greater community safe while also allowing us to experience the magic and community of live events again.
These policies are subject to change as health and safety guidelines change. You will receive a pre-event email two days prior to each event to confirm our most up-to-date policies.If you are not able to show proof of vaccination and wear a mask, we hope you will be joining us from home—all tickets include digital access.
If you would prefer to exchange your tickets or would like a refund, please contact the SAL Box Office at email@example.com or 206.621.2230 x 10.Thank you in advance for your support and understanding as we work together for the health and safety of our community. We truly couldn’t do it without you.
What are SAL’s policies for vaccinations and masking at in-person events?
Seattle Arts & Lectures requires attendees to provide proof of vaccination for our in-person events this season. Masks are required for all attendees, regardless of vaccination status. Likewise, our staff and volunteers will be vaccinated and masked.
These policies are subject to revision as health and safety guidelines change. You will receive a pre-event email two days prior to each event to confirm our most up-to-date policies.
Our commitment to our ticket holders:
- Our events will go on, whether in-person or online.
- If we are able to hold an event in-person, we will also stream the event for those who would prefer to watch at home.
- All tickets automatically include digital access.
- If you’d like an exchange for another event later in the season, we will happily do so.
- If your circumstances change and you need a refund, we will process that for you.
What does SAL require for proof of vaccination?
Attendees must be fully vaccinated with a CDC– or WHO-authorized COVID-19 vaccine, and must show proof of vaccination upon entering the venue with their valid ticket. “Fully vaccinated” means the event date must be at least fourteen days after the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine, or at least fourteen days after a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
Proof of vaccination may include: a physical vaccination card, a scan or image of a physical vaccination card (printed or displayed on your mobile device), or a digital copy of your immunization records from a state health department-approved site.
I’m missing my COVID-19 vaccination card or never received one. How do I get proof?
If you live in Washington state, you can get free verified proof of your COVID-19 vaccination through MyIR Mobile, an internet-based portal that gives consumers access to their official state immunization records.
Can unvaccinated individuals attend with proof of a negative COVID test? What about unvaccinated minors?
f you cannot be vaccinated against COVID-19 due to age, medical conditions, religious beliefs, or any other reason, we encourage you to attend our events online.
Exceptions are being made for children younger than 12 years and people with a medical condition or closely held religious belief that prevents vaccination. Those individuals must have proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 48 hours of the performance start time, or a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken within 24 hours of the performance start time.