Important update from Memorial Hall
If you still need to get your vaccine, visit hamiltoncountyhealth.org for information and to book your appointment today.
Events before September 20th
For events before September 20th, Memorial Hall will require all patrons, employees, contractors, vendors, and volunteers to wear a mask over their mouth and nose when working or attending a public event at Memorial Hall.
Proof of vaccination will be required for select shows before 9/20 at Memorial Hall, per artist request. Be sure to check your email, and visit the show page of your specific performance for show requirements.
Before you arrive:
- Please review all information in this email. If you have additional questions, you can call the box office at 513-977-8838.
- Bring a photo ID.
- Please take a photo or bring a physical copy of your COVID19 vaccination record card.
- In the alternative, patrons can provide a negative diagnostic test result received within 72 hours prior to the event.
- Don’t forget your mask!
- A tent will be set up outside of Memorial Hall and will be operational at the time doors are open, 60 minutes prior to showtime. All patrons will stop at the tent prior to entering the building.
- At the tent, patrons will provide their vaccine card, a photo of their vaccine card, or other evidence of having become fully vaccinated, or a negative test result within the past 72 hours; along with photo ID.
- Children under age 12, who are currently not eligible to be vaccinated, will be required to wear a mask, but not required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test result.
- Once vaccine status or negative result is confirmed, patrons will be given a wristband.
- Volunteers at the entrances to Memorial Hall will confirm that all patrons entering the building have a wristband and are wearing a mask. Patrons without a wristband will not be admitted, and may receive a full refund.
Concessions will continue to be sold at Memorial Hall, and it is understood that patrons will lower their masks when actively eating and drinking. Patrons are expected to wear their masks at all times when they are not actively eating or drinking.
Memorial Hall will provide reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Individuals who need to request an accommodation should contact Jared Webster at 513.977.8838 (Tu – Fr, 1pm – 6pm) at Memorial Hall as soon as possible, but no later than 72 hours prior to the event, so Memorial Hall has sufficient opportunity to engage with the patron.