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Health Policy

TTCU Theatre at Grand Prairie Covid-19 Policy

Proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the event is required for entry to the event. In lieu of a negative COVID-19 test, patrons may choose, in their sole discretion, to provide proof of vaccination. PLEASE NOTE THAT PROOF OF VACCINATION IS NOT REQUIRED FOR ENTRY.

  • WHAT KIND OF TESTS WILL BE ACCEPTED?
    A negative COVID-19 test result (molecular, PCR or antigen) that was administered by an official testing center. Test results must be dated no more than 72 hours prior to entry. Home testing kit results will not be accepted for entry.
  • HOW DO I SHOW PROOF OF NEGATIVE TEST (OR VACCINATION) WHEN I ARRIVE?
    Acceptable documentation may be a physical copy of the results for your COVID-19 test from an official testing center or, at your discretion, evidence of vaccination by a Vaccination Record Card, a digital copy of such card or such other proof as is permitted locally.
  • I’M VISITING FROM ANOTHER COUNTRY, WHERE OTHER COVID VACCINES ARE APPROVED FOR USE (ASTRAZENECA, FOR EXAMPLE), WILL I BE ABLE TO GET IN?
    Yes, as long as you’re considered fully vaccinated, and/or provide a negative Covid-19 test.
  • WHAT IF I FORGET MY PROOF OF NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST (OR VACCINATION)?
    You won’t get in. So please don’t.
  • WHAT ABOUT ATTENDEES UNDER THE AGE OF 12?
    A negative Covid test taken within 72 hours of the event will be required.
  • WILL I STILL HAVE TO WEAR A MASK?
    Where not required by law, we are STRONGLY ENCOURAGING you to continue wearing a mask at our events. It stops the spread of disease (this summer cold that went around was no walk in the park either), and the Delta Variant is highly contagious, even among the fully vaccinated.
  • I HAVE NO INTENTION OF TESTING, SO WHAT NOW?
    We wish you would reconsider your choice because this is a matter of public health, and we won’t get to have nice things like normal concerts without masks. However, if you would prefer to miss the show, we will have an update on limited refund availability, guided by local regulations, closer to October 1.