The safety of our audience, staff and musicians is of the utmost importance to us. We have evaluated every element of the patron experience and adjusted the Hall’s spaces and procedures to maximize the safety of our audience members. Some of the changes you will notice, such as a low- to no-touch concert experience, social distanced seating and health screening measures, and some changes you can’t see, like enhanced double-filtration air cleaning and rigorous disinfection protocols. Our top priority is to keep you safe while the world around us slowly returns to normal.
Throughout the rest of the season, we’ll be hosting small audiences inside Benaroya Hall’s S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium. The total in-person attendance will be less than 25% capacity and will begin with current 2020–2021 season subscribers and donors. We will announce audience capacity changes as they happen.
We recognize that, even with safety measures, some of you may not feel comfortable attending in person, and we are committed to bringing live music to you, wherever you are, through the Seattle Symphony's streaming service, Seattle Symphony Live.
By entering Benaroya Hall, you agree to comply with the health and safety policies set forth by the Seattle Symphony and Benaroya Hall, which include, but are not limited to:
Masks are required to be worn at all times while in the building.
Temperature check is required upon entering Benaroya Hall.
Physical distancing of a minimum of 6 ft is to be maintained at all times while in the building.
Occupancy limits will be observed and maintained where posted. Upon arrival, you will be asked to form a physically distanced line outside the entrance. An usher will let you know when it’s your turn to go into the auditorium.
Don't forget your tickets. Before leaving home, make sure you have your mailed ticket, print-at-home ticket, or e-ticket available on your mobile device. Tickets are no longer being held at will call or the welcome desk.
The coat check is closed until further notice. Please plan to leave your coat in your vehicle or take it with you into the auditorium.
Small bags and purses are allowed, but please note that the bag check station is closed until further notice. Large bags and backpacks will not be permitted.
By entering Benaroya Hall, you and the members of your group voluntarily assume the risks of contracting COVID-19 and agree to release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue Seattle Symphony Orchestra or Benaroya Hall Music Center (including their boards of directors, officers, employees, volunteers, agents and the City of Seattle), and hold these entities and persons harmless from liability regarding any and all claims relating to COVID-19 and indirectly or directly arising out of or relating to Benaroya Hall.
VISITORS TO BENAROYA HALL ARE SUBJECT TO THE FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY FOUND AT:
IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT OR COMPLY WITH THESE CONDITIONS YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE BENAROYA HALL.
The 430-car underground garage at Benaroya Hall provides direct access from the enclosed parking area into the Hall via elevators leading to The Boeing Company Gallery. Please note that entry into Benaroya Hall will be restricted to the 3rd Avenue elevators. The Artists Entrance is closed to non-musicians and staff.
All upcoming in-person concerts will have reduced attendance, along with physical distancing of at least 6 feet between each household. For your safety and to maintain physical distancing, seats will be assigned to you upon your ticket reservation.
Here’s what to expect when you get to Benaroya Hall:
For any questions, please contact the Ticket Office at 206.215.4747, Monday–Friday from 10am to 2pm.