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Health & Safety Policies

Updated – March 30, 2022


The Alberta Rose Theater will no longer be requiring masks for entry in alignment with the recent announcement from Oregon Governor Kate Brown. While face masks are no longer mandatory, our staff will continue to wear them and we highly encourage that you wear one as well. In addition, COVID-19 vaccine proof is no longer a condition of entry as of Sunday, March 20th

**However, some events have requested to continue the vaccine and mask practices. Please check your event details page to see a more specific outline of that particular evenings regulations.**

The Oregon Health Authority still recommends masking for people at higher risk from COVID-19, including unvaccinated people and immunocompromised people.

While vaccines do not prevent individuals from contracting COVID, they are proven to be effective in greatly reducing the risk of severe illness, speeding up recovery and reducing downtime.We strongly recommend our guests be vaccinated and up to date on boosters and evaluate their own health situation prior to attending an event.

We will continue to monitor the CDC, state and local guidance to set our policies and some artists and events may have specific policies that ticket holders must adhere to. 

Please check each event description for all additional policies that may take place.

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Please do not attend the show if you are feeling sick in any way. This information is provided so each patron can make a well-informed decision based on their own personal comfort level. These guidelines may change prior to performance.

This policy is subject to change and updates will be posted right here. Please check back regularly for the latest information.
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 Thank you for your ongoing support and patience while we navigate these unsure times.

Covid-19 Acknowledgement & Liability Waiver:

A precondition to your admission onto the premises of the Alberta Rose Theatre (“Company”) for the ANY EVENT OR REGULAR SERVICE (the “Event”), you and Company agree to the following:

All Parties reserve the right to require proof of a completed SARS COVID 19 vaccination (photo or physical copy of a completed CDC vaccination record) Additionally, masks may be required at the request of Artist Management for a particular show. Show specific information about COVID-19 requirements will be available on the show listing.

You understand that Company has endeavored to comply with applicable governmental and public health guidance to create a safe environment for staff, performers, attendees, and other visitors to the Event. You understand that COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease transmitted through human contact and respiratory droplets (including through the air and via common surfaces), that it is possible that you may contract COVID-19 while at the Event, and that contracting COVID-19 could lead to sickness or death.

You assume all risk in connection with your admission to the Event. In consideration for Company allowing you admission onto the premises for the Event, on behalf of you and all of your heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, you hereby waive and
release any and all claims that you could bring against Company, any of its affiliates, or any of Company’s or its affiliates’ respective owners, shareholders, partners, members, executives, officers, directors, employees, or other personnel (collectively, the “Company Parties”) in any arbitration or court proceeding, including any cases arising from the Company Parties’ own negligence, except as prohibited by law. You promise not to sue any of the Company Parties in any court or arbitration based on any claim released or waived hereunder, either individually or as part of any group or class, and further promise not to authorize any other individual or non-governmental entity to pursue claims on your behalf.

You represent and warrant that (a) you fully understand the terms, conditions, and significance of this COVID-19 Acknowledgement and Liability Waiver and its binding effect; (b) you understand that you are waiving legal rights and remedies, including but not limited to any negligence or “tort” claims you otherwise could pursue; (c) you are competent to manage your affairs and enter into this COVID-19 Acknowledgement and Liability Waiver; (d) you are entering into this COVID-19 Acknowledgement and Liability
Waiver knowingly, voluntarily, and without any pressure by any of the Company Parties; and (e) you have not assigned any of the claims waived hereunder to any other person or entity.

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