Additional Davis Theatre Information
The Cabarrus Arts Council is dedicated to protecting the safety and health of all staff and guests entering the building. Our protocols are in alignment with many other venues that share the same goal – to keep live music from disappearing again. We hope you understand, and embrace the measures we're taking to keep you safe, our staff safe and the performers safe during these uncertain times.
Because the state of the pandemic is constantly evolving, the guidelines and policies below are subject to change based on revised guidance from the City of Concord, the State of North Carolina, the Cabarrus Health Alliance and the CDC.
Health and Safety Policy
Proof of full vaccination or a lab-conducted negative COVID-19 test administered within 72 hours of the ticketed performance is no longer required for guests entering the building. All volunteers and staff have shown proof of vaccination.
Patrons are welcome to mask whenever visiting The Galleries or Davis Theatre, however they will no longer be required to do so.
To help prevent exposure to diseases, we've installed a whole building bipolar ionization air purification system to help clear the air of airborne diseases. Learn more about the Luxe Air Purification System in our video.
If you become sick or exposed to COVID, please take care. Stay home. We want you to be well. We recommend you give your ticket to a friend or donate your ticket purchase back to the Cabarrus Arts Council.
Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present. We cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your time in the building. The Cabarrus Arts Council is not responsible for any exposure that artists, guests, or staff have to COVID-19 while in the building.
Are you interested in becoming a Season Ticket Holder?
We're pleased to offer Season Ticket and NC Roots packages during 2022-2023.
Keep checking back for details.