Updates and News for COVID-19
This page details news and updates about the impacts of COVID-19 on the Redlands Symphony. Visit here for the latest updates on Concerts and Events.
For the latest updates about your concert experience and safety during your visit to the symphony, view our up-to-date experience page.
Updated 03/17/22 10am
The Redlands Symphony continues to follow the most up-to-date health and safety guidelines provided by the CDC, the California and San Bernardino County Departments of Health, and the University of Redlands.
This material will be updated as necessary to keep it current. We recommend that you check these guidelines before you purchase a ticket and/or attend each concert during the 21–22 season.
Stay Home If You Are Ill
If you have symptoms or have been in contact with someone suspected to have been infected with COVID-19 within the last 10 days, please stay home. Anyone exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will be denied entry to Memorial Chapel or other venues.
We Recommend Being Fully Vaccinated
The Redlands Symphony assumes that our guests share our commitment to providing a safe space for patrons, musicians, and staff at concerts and all our events. We hope our guests have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but it is not currently required.
If you are not fully vaccinated, we encourage guests to have a COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to attending a concert or event. This includes guests under the age of 5.
We Recommend Masks If You Are Not Fully Vaccinated
Wearing a mask is strongly recommended for any guest who has not been fully vaccinated, recently tested, or may have reason to be concerned about their susceptibility to the COVID-19 virus. Masks, however, are not currently required to attend a Redlands Symphony concert or event.
Wash Your Hands Frequently
We’ll have hand-sanitation stations available in the venue. We encourage you to use them.
Updated 03/01/22 10am
Sparks will fly with the joy, energy, and diversity of American music. Enjoy favorites from William Grant Still, Aaron Copland, and Joan Tower. Experience the Coltrane-inspired virtuosity of John Adams’ spirited Saxophone Concerto.
Please call our office at 909-587-5565 or send us a message with any questions.