Update March 21, 2022: Keep Yourself Safe - Keep Others Safe
Effective immediately, all mask and testing mandates are being lifted throughout All FIM buildings (J Dallas Dort Music Center, Whiting Auditorium, the Capitol Theatre, and the Flint Repertory Theatre) unless the organization is contractually obligated.
It continues to be the policy of the Flint Institute of Music (FIM) that for the safety of its staff and patrons, masks and vaccinations are highly recommended. Please do not attend an event if you are feeling sick. Our COVID refund policy remains in place. Please Keep Yourself and Others Safe.
Attendance at an event or performance may increase your risk of contracting an illness such as COVID-19. As such, your attendance is an acknowledgment of that risk and an agreement to release FIM of any liability should you or anyone in your party be diagnosed with an illness. Please do not attend the event should you be or have recently been sick.
Wearing a mask, and providing Proof of Vaccination, or Proof of a Negative COVID-19 test result, MAY BE REQUIRED for entry, based on specific union and artist contracts in effect at the time. For more information as it relates to FIM building and venue policies, please refer to the following COVID-19 Updates.
HERE’S WHAT WE’RE DOING FOR YOUR SAFETY
CLEANING AND SANITIZING PROTOCOL HAVE BEEN ENHANCED
Prior to each performance the entire facility will be cleaned with an electrostatic sprayer that applies a CDC-approved disinfectant that will kill COVID-19.
AIR QUALITY HAS BEEN UPGRADED
A new air purification system has been installed in The Whiting with state-of-the-art virus-killing technology.
will be done during shows on frequently touched surfaces throughout the venue and restroom facilities.
will be touchless.
HAND SANITIZER STATIONS
These will be available in multiple locations.
Staff will being wearing masks while working performances, productions and/or events.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
ASSESS YOUR HEALTH
Patrons are asked to stay home if they are exhibiting any signs of illness prior to arriving for a performance. If you are unable to attend due to illness, call The Ticket Center at 810.237.7333. You will be able to exchange your ticket for a later date or receive an account credit or refund.
CHECK OUR WEBSITE BEFORE YOUR ARRIVAL
Please be sure we have your most recent phone number and email to receive the most up to date information from the Ticket Center. The week prior to each show, a pre-show email is sent to all ticket holders. It contains the most up-to-date information on concert conditions and available services. In the event of last-minute changes, The Ticket Center will also notify patrons by phone.
For assistance, please contact The Ticket Center at 810.237.7333 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to welcome you back to The Whiting Auditorium for a safe and exciting season of Broadway, dance, music & more!
COVID-19 LIABILITY AND WAIVER
It is the policy of the Flint Institute of Music’s (FIM), that for the safety of its staff and patrons, masks are required to be worn when entering a building for business or for sponsored or managed events and performances (Includes Flint Symphony Orchestra, Flint School of Performing Arts, Flint Repertory Theatre, MacArthur Recital Hall, Whiting Auditorium, Capitol Theatre). However, attendance may increase your risk of contracting an illness such as COVID-19. As such, your attendance is an acknowledgment of that risk and an agreement
to release FIM or FCCC of any liability should you or anyone in your party be diagnosed with an illness. Please remember that masks are a legal requirement and must be worn. Please do not attend the event should you be or have recently been sick.