Following the latest science and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and to promote staff and visitors’ safety, the National Park Service is requiring visitors, employees and contractors to wear a mask inside all NPS buildings and in crowded outdoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status or community transmission levels. This policy applies to all Lowell Summer Music Series evening concerts at Boarding House Park. If a show is moved to Lowell Memorial Auditorium, masks will be required per the City of Lowell. At either venue, we will provide free masks to anyone who needs one.
To Keep Everyone Safe:
- Opening acts and intermissions have been eliminated to shorten the duration of exposure to the crowd and limit mingling in the aisles.
- We urge attendees to spread out and keep extra space between your group and others.
- Free Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccinations will be available at our concerts.
- Attendees are asked to bring as few items as possible, to streamline the security screening process and minimize close interactions upon entry.
- Tickets on your phone or hard copy will be scanned by a touchless system.
- Outdoor Food Concessions have been replaced by a Snack Bar offering only pre-packaged snacks and drinks.
- Hand sanitizer will be available in multiple locations at Boarding House Park and at our indoor location at Lowell Memorial Auditorium. Patrons are urged to wash their hands frequently.
- Maximum attendance at outdoor shows is 1848 people. Our indoor location at Lowell Memorial Auditorium has a capacity of 2874, so there will be plenty of room to social distance if a show moves indoors due to bad weather.
- Attendees are asked to dispose of their own trash to reduce spread of COVID.
- Patrons are urged to self-monitor for any COVID symptoms and should not visit if they feel ill or have had any recent exposure to COVID.
- Workplace health restrictions will apply to all employees and volunteers.