The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts will be implementing new COVID-19 audience protocols within the venue for all fall performances starting October 1st, 2021. All Pioneer Center staff and volunteers will be fully vaccinated, and will wear masks at all times while on-site. To ensure the health and well-being of its audience members, staff, and community, the Pioneer Center put the following safeguards in place: all patrons ages 3 and up are required to wear a mask and prove full vaccination status or a negative COVID-19 test result.
“As we begin to return to more normal operations and welcome the community back to our venue, our top priority remains to keep our staff, patrons, volunteers, performers, and backstage crews safe” says Dennyse Sewell, Executive Director of the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts. “The implementation of this updated COVID-19 policy ensures that our patrons have various options in how they gain entry to a performance and so that our doors can remain open for live performing arts experiences despite the ongoing pandemic.”
The following items are required to attend performances at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts starting October 1st, 2021:
1. Photo ID card for verification process
Guests younger than age 18 without ID must be accompanied by an adult with proper identification.
2a. CDC Vaccination card
Physical vaccination card.
A photo of the attendee’s CDC vaccination card as a separate document or stored on a phone or electronic device.
Fully vaccinated means the performance date must be at least 14 days after the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or after a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
2b. Negative COVID-19 Test
Documentation of a negative COVID test: either a PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance start time or an antigen test taken within 24 hours of the performance start time.
Tests administered by an official testing center and self-administered (“at-home”) tests will be accepted.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the staff at Pioneer Center has been working with government agencies, venues throughout the region, and industry experts to define the procedures and protocols that are being implemented around the world. Regular updates will be shared at pioneercenter.com and on their social media channels to keep their patrons and the community up-to-date as policies continue to evolve. Current ticket holders who are not comfortable returning to the venue yet should email email@example.com.
About the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts
Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts (PCPA) is a private, nonprofit 501(c)3 cultural organization. PCPA owns and operates the Pioneer Center, a 1,500-seat theater located at 100 S. Virginia St. in the heart of downtown Reno, Nevada. The Pioneer Center is the largest performing arts facility in northern Nevada and features a distinctive gold-anodized geodesic dome. In recognition of its historical and architectural significance, the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts is listed in the National, State, and City Registers of Historic Places. To learn more about Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, visit pioneercenter.com