To help keep B.C. safe, the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) has introduced new province-wide restrictions in effect now until February 16, 2022.

Under these PHO restrictions, shows and events at all Vancouver Civic Theatres venues are limited to 50% seated capacity.

While some shows will move forward in accordance with the restrictions, some events will be postponed or cancelled. Please reach out to your point of purchase for up to date information regarding your event in question. Vancouver Civic Theatres will update events on our website when information from show promoters is made available to us.

We thank you for your cooperation as we work to create a safe environment to welcome guests, artists, and staff back to our venues. We encourage all guests to arrive early to allow time for proof of vaccination checks and entry before the start of your show.

Proof of Full Vaccination (2 doses)

People aged 12+ will need to show proof of full vaccination (2 doses) when attending events at Vancouver Civic Theatres. Patrons can show proof of vaccination in the form of the BC Vaccine Card or an outside-of-BC immunization record if you are visiting BC. The QR code on your BC Vaccine Card will be scanned prior to entering the venue and everyone aged 19+ must show government-issued photo ID that matches the name on their proof of vaccination. A negative COVID-19 test will not be accepted instead of the approved forms of proof of vaccination.

Mask Mandate

Please note that in accordance with the Provincial Health Order, masks are mandatory in all Vancouver Civic Theatres venues for all people born in 2016 or earlier (ages 5+) and may only be removed when eating or drinking. Please put your mask back on after consumption.

There are exemptions for:

  • People with health conditions or with physical, cognitive or mental impairments who cannot wear a mask.
  • People who cannot remove a mask on their own.
  • Children under the age of 5.
  • People who need to remove their masks to communicate due to another person's hearing impairment.

A face shield is not a substitute for a mask as it has an opening below the mouth.

Rescheduled or Cancelled Shows

We’re working with our show presenters/promoters to provide updates on rescheduled and cancelled shows and ticket details as information becomes available.

Questions about tickets for postponed and cancelled shows can be directed to the show’s official box office or your point of purchase.


Updated December 20, 2021