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Health and Safety Information

Healthy, Happy, Hult

We look forward to welcoming you to the Center, and to join us for shared experiences that transform, engage, and unite us as a community.

We want you to know:

In accordance with State mandates being lifted, beginning March 12, 2022, the Hult Center for the Performing Arts will no longer require mandatory face masks or proof of vaccination or negative COVID test for entry.

The venue does welcome and encourage patrons who wish to, to continue wearing masks while attending performances.

Please note, these policies can change, and the Hult Center will continue to follow guidance via Federal, State, and County lead agencies. The health and safety of our guests, artists and staff members, has been and will always be our top priority.

Thank you for putting your trust in us.

-Theresa J. Sizemore, General Manager

FAQ’s

Do I still need to wear a mask?

Beginning March 12, 2022, the Hult Center for the Performing Arts will no longer require mandatory face masks. The venue does welcome and encourage patrons who wish to, to continue wearing masks while attending performances. Please check your specific event page and pre-show emails for any special requirements for VIP and meet and greet details. Conditions are subject to change.

Will there be special requirements for any VIP and Meet-and-Greet opportunities?

Please check the specific event page for special requirements for VIP and Meet-and-Greet opportunities. Should you have additional questions please contact the Ticket Office.

Curative On-Site Testing

Testing is open to the public.

Hours of operations: 9 am – 5 pm, Monday – Friday (PCR tests become unavailable one-hour prior to closing)

Book your appointment online on the Curative website.

COVID-19 rapid antigen & PCR testing, provided by Curative, will be available via a mobile testing center on-site, conveniently located at the Hult Center in the Jacobs Community Room. Testing is available at no cost to you. Rapid antigen test results are delivered electronically within 15-30 minutes; PCR test results are delivered electronically within 24-48 from receipt of the sample at the lab. 

Schedule an appointment at curative.com.

Show night procedures: 

Practices to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 are in accordance with directives from the CDC, Oregon Health Authority, Lane County Health Services, and the City of Eugene Safety Team.

  • Additional hand sanitizing stations have been placed throughout the venue for your convenience.
  • Symptom Self-Screening: If you find you’re unwell, please don’t come to the theater.

Cleaning

  • The frequency of cleaning, and disinfection has been increased in all areas, especially all high traffic areas and touch points.
  • Electrostatic cleaning equipment has been deployed to ensure an exceptional standard of disinfection. Non-toxic cleaners kill SARS Co-V2 within 1 minute of contact.

Air Handling System

  • The Hult Center’s HVAC System is:
    • Fresh: Utilizing 100% fresh air directly from the outside.
    • Filtered: Prior to heating or cooling, air moves through filtration which is checked and changed regularly by trained HVAC technicians.
    • High Capacity: The HVAC for Silva Concert Hall exchanges over 1.5 million cubic feet of air, 2.5 times each hour. The Soreng theater also exchanges it’s entire volume for fresh air 2.5 times each hour.

Concessions

  • We encourage you to take advantage of our excellent food and beverage offerings.
    • Eating of concession items is permitted at the Center and inside venues
    • Drinks from concessions are permitted at the Center and inside venues

 

Local beer and cider tap handles

Ticketing

Please check your emails for pre-show information including details on all precautions being taken during the check-in process.

Patrons who test positive for COVID in the 48 hour window prior to a show should contact the Box Office for options.

For all other questions, please contact the ticket office at 541-682-5000, Tuesday – Friday from noon – 5 pm.

Practices to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 are in accordance with directives from the CDC, Oregon Health Authority, Lane County Health Services, and the City of Eugene Safety Team.

Anyone visiting the Hult Center for the Performing Arts voluntarily assumes all risk associated with exposure to COVID-19, and agrees to abide by all policies. as well as posted and/or verbal direction by Hult Center for the Performing Arts staff. Thank you for supporting the Hult Center for the Performing Arts and for helping to keep each other healthy and safe.