Published Date: 20/08/2021
Updated September 8, 2021
Effective Tuesday, September 7, 2021, the Manitoba Centennial Centre and Centennial Concert Hall will re-open with the following protocols.
- All visitors to the Centennial Centre will be required to wear a mask indoors and follow Covid-19 fundamentals to guard against the spread of the virus.
- Patrons attending a performance at Centennial Concert Hall will be required to show proof of full Covid-19 vaccination (two doses of a Health Canada-approved vaccine plus two weeks), as well as photo identification as they enter the venue.
- Children who do not meet the current vaccination minimum age requirements may attend performances provided they are accompanied by a fully vaccinated caregiver.
- Patrons, staff, artists, or anyone affiliated with a performance or performer will be required to wear a mask while inside Centennial Concert Hall with the following exceptions:
- While on stage performing.
- A health condition that prevents the use of a mask.
- Children under the age of five.
- While consuming food or beverage.
- Review MB Government mask guidance Click Here.
- Only debit and credit cards will be accepted at point-of-sale locations.
- Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation staff working an event must be fully vaccinated.
- Enhanced sanitization procedures will be implemented inside Centennial Concert Hall and common areas of the Centennial Centre.
In preparation of our re-opening, the Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation, in collaboration with our partners in the Provincial Government have upgraded washrooms in Centennial Concert Hall with contactless faucets, urinal and toilets to minimize touchpoints in these critical areas.
Centennial Concert Hall is in the final stages of removing the distinctive red carpet inside the venue and replacing it with a new carpet tile that will be easier to maintain, eliminate tripping hazards, and provide superior acoustic characteristics. The new carpet will be a refreshed shade of red to retain the distinctive interior design of the venue.
NOTE: Due to construction projects in various stages of completion in and around Centennial Concert Hall, patrons may experience some inconveniences navigating the common area of the venue. These projects will not affect the integrity of viewing and listening to the performances on stage.
Protocols and updates posted at centennialconcerthall.com