For the performances of Mahler’s on March 31–April 2, 2023—
Face masks are strongly recommended, but are not required. If you are experiencing symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19 during the 5 days before the performance, please contact the box office to exchange your tickets for a future performance.

CDC: How to Protect Yourself and Others

July 22, 2022—

The health and safety protocols put in place for the past season enabled the TSO to mount a full season of concerts without any cancellations. We are very grateful to all our patrons and employees for this achievement. Thank you!

As always, we continue to monitor the recommendations of the CDC and Pima County, to follow the best advice, and to ensure that patrons have a safe, enjoyable experience at a TSO concert.

Until further notice, the TSO will no longer require a vaccination or negative test within 72 hours check on entering the concert venue. Additionally, mask-wearing inside the venue will be optional though strongly recommended.

These updated policies consider the current community level of COVID-19 within Pima County and the protection against serious infection afforded by the vaccines and boosters. Nevertheless, the TSO reserves the right to alter its policies at any time, based on the latest information and advice.
The TSO asks that patrons stay home if they are feeling ill, or living with someone who is displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or who has the virus. If a patron is unable to attend a performance for any of these reasons, they can contact our box office for ticket exchange options at (520) 882-8585.

Thank you for your support of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and its policies, which will help ensure a successful, safe experience for all.

All health and safety measures are subject to change. Check this page often for updates.

The CDC, Pima County Health Department, and Arizona Department of Health Services maintain COVID-19 resources:

From Pima County:

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From the State of Arizona:

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From the CDC:

COVID-19 Resources
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