At this time, masks and proof of vaccination are not required.
Updated: March 10, 2022
Here at the Union County Performing Arts Center (UCPAC), the health and safety of our community–staff, touring artist partners, volunteers, and patrons–is our top priority. The UCPAC has and will continue to follow the guidance of federal, state, and local health officials.
*PLEASE NOTE: The policies below are subject to change at any time. Please continue to check back here for updated policies before you arrive at the venue for your show.
The following COVID-19 policies will apply to ALL UCPAC shows:
EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, MARCH 11, PROOF OF VACCINATION IS NO LONGER REQUIRED FOR ENTRY TO THE UNION COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER. SIMILARLY, MASKS ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED, THOUGH WE DO STILL STRONGLY ENCOURAGE THEIR USE.
UCPAC RESERVES THE RIGHT TO AMEND THIS POLICY AS NECESSARY, INCLUDING AT THE REQUEST OF PARTICULAR ARTISTS OR PRESENTERS.
PLEASE STAY HOME IF YOU ARE FEELING SICK
If you feel sick, have a fever, or are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, we ask that you make your health, and the health of others, a priority by staying home. There will be other shows when you’re feeling better. We are offering enhanced return, exchange, or credit policies for ticket holders who may be ill. Please contact the box office (email@example.com or 732-499-8226) for assistance.
PERSONAL SAFETY CONCERNS
All of us at UCPAC understand that, despite the policies and precautions listed above, you may have personal safety concerns and not feel comfortable joining us at this time. If you have purchased tickets for a show and would like to request a refund, exchange, or credit for these reasons, please contact the box office (firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-499-8226) for assistance.
We want to thank each of our supporters for the enthusiasm that you bring to
the safe return of live events at UCPAC and elsewhere in our community!
Please do not hesitate to reach out via email at email@example.com if you need additional clarification or do not see your specific question answered above.