Updated Covid-19 Safety Requirements: October 26, 2021
Please Help Keep Live Entertainment Live!
Live entertainment is returning to our Theatre and it’s important to know that certain artists, comedians, events, and promoters that come here may require additional measures for audience and staff members. These requirements could be separate and apart from current State of Florida or Lee County requirements.
Select Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall events may require additional health & safety guidelines including, but not limited to, providing a negative COVID-19 test, verification of being fully vaccinated and wearing a mask. Please review your event's specific guidelines on the event detail page regularly as health check requirements are subject to change at any time.
Currently the following will require patrons to wear face masks:
COME FROM AWAY: December 4-9, 2021
RENT 25th Anniversary Farewell Tour: January 4-9, 2022
SUMMER The Donna Summer Musical: February 1-6, 2022
DEAR EVAN HANSEN: February 8-13, 2022
AIN’T TOO PROUD The Life and Times of The Temptations:
February 22-27, 2022
BLUE MAN GROUP: March 8-13, 2022
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR 50th Anniversary Tour: March 15-20, 2022
AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN: March 29-April 3, 2022
MY FAIR LADY: April 6-10, 2022
All Performances by the Southwest Florida Symphony
Tig Notaro: Health Check Required. Click here for details
We appreciate your responsible and respectful cooperation. We will continue to monitor current guidelines, and future safety protocols will be determined on a show-by-show basis. Any special requirements of audience members will be sent to ticketed patrons and updated regularly on our website.
And you can rest assured when you attend an event at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall that all staff and volunteers are fully vaccinated.
Your health and safety are of the utmost importance to Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall’s staff, and we continue to closely monitor best practices regarding the COVID-19 virus that have been recommended from important public health experts including:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- State of Florida Department of Health and Human Services
- Lee County Department of Health
The Barbara B Mann Safe and Clean Commitment has been designed to enhance safety and minimize the risk for our patrons, staff, ushers, cast, crew, musicians, and performers for the many events and shows we host. With this Safe and Clean Commitment, stringent hygiene and sanitation practices will continue now and for every Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall season.
Please remember to stay home when you are sick.
- If you are a Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall ticket holder and are feeling ill, you can contact us at email@example.com or call (239) 481-4849 about exchanging your seats for another future event or receiving a refund for the event you are unable to attend.