Dr. Phillips Center lifts all mask restrictions for shows

The Dr. Phillips Center has lifted all mask requirements for its indoor shows and events.

The organization made the announcement on Tuesday.

“Mask requirements have been lifted for all indoor shows and events—public and private—and our theaters are open at 100% capacity,” reads an email from the center.

According to the organization, certain artists or event organizers may still require guests to wear masks. Shows that require masking will be communicated to all ticket holders, with further information on their respective webpages.

For a complete list of updated health and safety protocols, visit the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Health and Safety Protocol webpage.

“If you have tickets to an upcoming show, be sure to check your inbox for our full Know Before You Go email closer to the date,” reads the email.

The group asks that anyone experiencing symptoms from COVID-19 stay home.

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