SPECIAL EVENTS & COVID SAFETY PROTOCOL
SF BALLET 2022 SEASON EVENT SAFETY PROTOCOL
San Francisco Ballet is prioritizing the health and safety of our patrons, artists, crew, administrators, and volunteers. To ensure the safety of the audiences, artists, and staff members, we kindly request that you adhere by the guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control, the State of California, and the City and County of San Francisco.
PROOF OF VACCINATION
In accordance with these guidelines, SF Ballet will require event attendees 12 and over to show proof of full vaccination (photo ID, photo of vaccination card or in California, QR code). For SF Ballet School Spring Festival, YBCA requires performance attendees ages 5 and older to show proof of vaccination and attendees 18 and older to show a photo ID (see YBCA Health and Safety page.)
Beginning February 1, 2022, you are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after completing the full initial course of vaccination (either two-dose mRNA series or single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine) and one week after receiving a booster shot once a person is eligible for a booster shot. Until a person is eligible for a booster, they are considered Up-to-Date on Vaccination two weeks after completing their full initial series of vaccination.
PROOF OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST
Guests may be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result, in addition to proof of full vaccination, before entering the event venue. For seated dinners, special events, and development events at the Chairman’s Council level or above, SF Ballet will offer guests an antigen test as a courtesy for their time fulfilling the requirement of our event safety protocols.
Tests and detailed instructions for accessing a complimentary concierge will be mailed one week prior to the event if required. You may also opt to take your own COVID-19 test (within 24 hours of the event start time for antigen test; within 48 hours of event start time for PCR); click here to view a map of COVID-19 testing locations.
Upcoming events requiring proof of a negative COVID-19 test:
- SF Ballet School Spring Festival Dinner: May 26, 2022
In accordance with current masking guidelines, guests will be required to wear a face mask when not actively eating or drinking during an event.
Please note for every SF Ballet fundraising event, there is a fixed date after which all sales are considered final and no refunds will be available (see full list of events and dates below). If a cancellation is made after the refund date has passed, but prior to the event, a ticket purchase may be converted into a fully tax–deductible event contribution or used towards another fundraising event in the current season.
If you have determined you must miss an event within two weeks of event date due to the following reasons related to COVID, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and the event manager will work with you or your guests on a bespoke at–home event experience:
- You or someone in your group has tested positive for COVID-19 during the 5-day period preceding the event.
- You or someone in your group is not feeling well and exhibiting symptoms consistent with COVID-19.
- You or someone in your group is a transmission risk for reasons such as caring for someone with COVID-19.
Event attendees who do not follow the event requirements will not be permitted at the event venue. If you have questions about SF Ballet’s event safety protocol, please contact our Special Events team at email@example.com.
We thank you for your willingness to adhere to our safety protocols so that we may enjoy a wonderful 2022 Season.
Updated May 26, 2022.