Visitors to upcoming shows at The Grand’s three theaters in Wilmington no longer have to comply with COVID-19 mitigation policies.
The Grand announced the announcement on Wednesday and fell in line with the CDC guidelines for “assembly areas”, which include concert halls and theaters.
Participants had been asked to show evidence of vaccination or a negative PCR test, but now even masks will be placed in the optional category, as in many other settings over the past week.
In a statement, CEO Mark Fields thanked visitors who adhered to the COVID protocols.
“We are grateful to all our patrons who have followed these policies over the past six months. Your support and protection throughout this time has kept the art alive in our theaters and throughout the Wilmington Market Street art corridor. We have consistently maintained “that we would lift these temporary requirements when the health authorities judged it safe to do so.”
The Grand said they will continue to monitor CDC policies and be able to reintroduce restrictions if conditions worsen again.
Customers who are not comfortable attending a performance based on this new information can call our box office at 302-652-5577 from 6 p.m. 10.00-17.00 Monday to Friday.