COVID-19 policy

Cultural Services
Know before you go: Marin Center's vaccination and mask policy. 

Effective April 1, 2022, the State of California is changing guidelines for indoor mega-events. Proof of vaccination and masking will no longer be required but will still be strongly encouraged for events at the Marin Center. More information about the state’s new guidelines, can be found here.

There are still indoor public settings that require masks, so it’s important to be prepared. Also, our event producers have the option to enforce a universal masking policy so having a mask (and even an extra) available is highly advised. It is still strongly recommended that everyone, regardless of vaccination status, continue to wear a well-fitting mask in indoor public settings.  


Event-specific requirements:

  • The Marin Speaker Series will continue to require masking for its upcoming events.
  • The Marin Symphony will continue to require proof of vaccination and masking for its upcoming concerts.
  • The Don’t Quit Your Day Job Dancers will continue to require masking for its September 16 & 17 performances.
  • The Cole Porter Society will require proof of full vaccination for its November 6 performance.

Please note that these policies are subject to change at any time based on the current COVID situation.

We look forward to welcoming you back in the safest way possible! 

All the best,
Gabriella Calicchio
Director of Cultural Services
County of Marin