Q: I can’t/won’t get vaccinated for COVID-19. Will I still be able to attend concerts?
A: At this time, all patrons, performers, and staff are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 in order to physically attend a concert. For those who cannot due to being immuno-compromised, not presenting proof of vaccination completion at least two weeks prior to the event to our Box Office by the deadline (5pm, night before) or any other reason AND you already have a subscription, we will have a digital option available for you. Let us know by 5pm the day before the concert, or at your earliest convenience by calling the Box Office at (541) 708-6400 or emailing us.
You can send in your proof of vaccination by emailing us a picture or scan, or physically mailing or bringing it into the office at 33 N First Street, Suite 1, Ashland, OR 97520.
Rogue Valley Symphony has decided on this as our policy with our hearts and minds toward keeping all of our patrons, many of whom are seniors and/or immuno-compromised, safe. Please do what you think is best for your safety and comfort, and know that you have our thanks for remaining steadfast over the last year, and into the future.
Q: Will I have to wear a mask during the concerts?
A: Per Oregon mandate, all patrons and staff are required to wear masks at all times while inside the concert hall, including during the performance. This applies to all three of our venues.
Q: If I give my tickets to someone else, how will you verify their vaccination status?
A: If you know a concert for which you will be giving your tickets to someone else, let us know who will be picking those tickets up and we will hold them for that person at will call. That person will have to show their proof of vaccination at the time they are picking up their tickets.
Q: Are subscriptions still available?
A: Subscriptions are no longer available for purchase. Please check back later for when/if single tickets are available for purchase. Single tickets ARE available for purchase at this time for our specialty concert in March, America’s Journey.
Q: On my brochure insert, there are no choices for Masterworks 2 and 4. What does that mean?
A: Masterworks 2 and 4 have only one performance each at each venue, meaning Ashland, Medford, and Grants Pass each have their own performance for those two concerts, so no choices need to be made.
Q: When will I be able to buy tickets for America’s Journey?
Q: Will I be able to purchase single tickets to RVS concerts this season?
A: The Rogue Valley Symphony is opening up single ticket purchases starting Friday, November 26th for our concert the weekend of January 21-23. Our three 2022 concerts will all be available for single ticket buyers. Tickets may become available for our fall concerts depending on requirements from our venues, so keep checking back.
Q: Why isn’t X concert happening at Y venue? Has there been some sort of mistake?
A: Rest assured, there has been no mistake. We scheduled our concerts in a way that would ensure the most comfortable, accessible concert experience for all of our patrons. If you’d like to know when and where our concerts are this season, please check out the current season.