Health & Safety Policy & Overview | Updated March 15, 2022
► IMPORTANT: While The Bushnell has relaxed our policies (see below), some events may require additional COVID-19 health and safety protocols per artist/event contracts. Please check individual event pages for additional information.
Entry requirements are subject to change. Be sure to check back closer to your event date for the latest information. Additionally, any changes made prior to the event will be communicated directly to ticket holders via email.
While The Bushnell maintains its commitment to the importance of COVID-19 vaccination and encourages patrons to be up to date with their vaccinations based on their individual health requirements, patrons are no longer required to present either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to attend events at The Bushnell.*
*Some events, including Hartford Symphony Orchestra events, may require additional COVID-19 health and safety protocols per artist/event contracts. Please check individual event pages for additonal information.)
The wearing of a face mask while inside The Bushnell is strongly encouraged.
We are committing to the above policy changes. We will continue to review the current situation and any updated guidance from the CDC and the State to determine what changes may need to be made. All changes will be communicated here, on our social media platforms, and via email to our eClub.
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Additionally, we have made significant updates to our building and amenities designed to promote and enhance a healthy and safe patron experience. These include:
The Bushnell has employed MERV-13 filters and established enhanced outside air exchange protocols to provide greater amounts of fresh air from its air handling systems as recommended, per federal guidance.
Increased janitorial protocols have been implemented across all areas of the building, focusing on increased cleaning and sanitizing with specific emphasis on high touchpoints and frequency.
Tickets may be scanned by patrons at no-touch ticket scanning kiosks.
We have installed touchless hand-sanitization stations throughout our building.
In our restrooms, we have installed touchless sinks and toilets as well as touchless soap and paper
These policies will continue to be evaluated based on current conditions. towel dispensers.
We encourage you to take precautionary measures to ensure your health. Things you can do to stay safe are:
Avoid touching your face, especially your eyes, nose and mouth. If you do, use a tissue.
Keep tissues on hand, and use them to cover any coughs or sneezes.
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 30 seconds - here’s a list of 9 popular Broadway tunes to sing while washing for the appropriate time.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
We hope that you also follow the science, implement the recommendations of public health agencies, and continue to participate in the activities that make our world connected.
For more information about COVID-19 in our community, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Connecticut government websites.
Contact us with any questions.