COVID-19 Health & Safety Policies
COVID-19 Safety Update (effective March 24, 2022)
In response to current CDC guidelines and the Upper Valley’s high vaccination rates (coupled with significantly declining regional hospitalization rates), patrons will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or negative test results at LOH events, unless requested by the artist.
In addition, the City of Lebanon has rescinded its mask ordinance and masks are now optional but encouraged – and welcome.
Know before you go:
- The new policy applies to all scheduled LOH events with the exception (as of now) of the Upper Valley Baroque concert on May 29. All patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination and wear a mask for the duration of this event.
- A reminder that we have a “no refunds/no exchanges” policy unless a show is canceled or rescheduled.
- Patrons must adhere to safety protocols in place on the day of the performance and not on the day of the ticket purchase.
Back to basics: We appreciate the thousands of patrons who’ve helped us safely return to indoor programming; let’s continue to take care of each other. Stay home if you are feeling ill, wash and sanitize your hands frequently, and allow for social distancing whenever possible.
COVID-19 is likely to be a part of our lives for years to come. As such, we will continue to monitor public health guidelines and reinstate restrictions as needed. Our goal is to keep patrons, volunteers, artists, and staff healthy and safe.
— Joe Clifford, Executive Director
How to Connect With Box Office Staff
In-person box office operations remain limited to one hour before show time; ticket and gift card purchases can still be made 24/7 at lebanonoperahouse.org or by calling the box office Monday through Friday noon-5 pm.
If you require assistance, please call 603.448.0400, and dial 1 to reach the box office voicemail. We can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bringing people together is an essential part of Lebanon Opera House and ever evolving.
We are determined to keep everyone as safe as possible at our shows. Thank you for your help in protecting our community and your ongoing support of arts in the Upper Valley.
Although Lebanon Opera House no longer requires proof of vaccination or masking we still encourage individuals to do whatever feels safest for them.
We welcome and encourage mask wearing at all of our events. There are varying levels of protection a mask can offer you and others. Feel free to wear a mask that offers you the best fit, comfort, and protection.
Center for Disease Control: Masks
Types of Masks and Respirators
Find FREE masks near you
We understand that vaccination is not possible for everyone. There are a variety of local options where visitors to LOH can obtain an acceptable test. We strongly encourage anyone planning on obtaining a test before a performance book their appointment as soon as possible.
New Hampshire Department of Health testing information
Vermont Department of Health Testing Information
Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital
Vaccination helps you and LOH to keep our community healthy. In addition to the CDC, there are a number of local resources for scheduling and vaccine information:
New Hampshire Department of Health Vaccine Information
Vermont Department of Health Vaccine Information
Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital