COVID-19 Patron Admission Policy - Franklin-Theatre

COVID-19 Patron Admission Policy

The Franklin Theatre Health & Safety Policy

Updated February 19, 2022:

Based on the continued downward trajectory of COVID-19 cases in Williamson County, TN, The Franklin Theatre has updated its COVID-19 Protocols and Patron Entry Policy: Unless otherwise specified by a presenting client or artist, The Franklin Theatre does not require patrons to adhere to any specific protocols at this time. As recommended by the CDC, patrons should consider masking while attending large indoor gatherings, but masks are not currently required for patrons.

The Heritage Foundation and Franklin Theatre continue to actively monitor the situation and, in conjunction with clients and artist management, will make any necessary updates to this policy. For any show-specific protocols, please visit the show’s ticketing page and, if you are a current ticketholder, please refer to your most recent email communications from The Franklin Theatre box office.

The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County and its divisions, including The Franklin Theatre, is making all reasonable efforts to comply with COVID-19 best practices and guidelines. With your cooperation and observance of best practices and guidelines, we can help mitigate the risk of virus transmission. It is impossible, however, to eliminate all risks of virus transmission. Therefore, by entering The Franklin Theatre, you are agreeing (for yourself and on behalf of any minor children) that you are assuming this health risk and are releasing the Heritage Foundation from any legal responsibility for any COVID-19 related injury you may incur.