HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDELINES
The COVID-19 vaccination or testing policy for performance venues goes into effect Friday, Sept. 10 to
coincide with day one of Grand Center Arts District’s inaugural Music at the Intersection festival, of
which Kranzberg Arts Foundation is a presenting sponsor. During the three-day festival (Sept. 10-12) –
which features more 60 national, regional and local acts:
- All weekend and single-day pass ticket holders will be required to show proof of vaccine or negative
test at box office check-in before receiving their daily wristband.
- Guests will need to bring a photo ID and either their physical vaccination card or a photo of their
- Unvaccinated patrons and children under 12 must provide proof of a negative COVID-
19 test: either a PCR test taken within 72 hours of box office check in or an antigen test taken within 24
- Guests must also wear a face mask at all indoor venues.
- Advance ticket buyers can visit any of the six participating Music at the Intersection venue box offices
for their COVID-19 vaccination or negative test check and festival wristband.
- Walk-up ticket buyers can visit the Fox Box Office for their COVID-19 vaccination or negative test check and to
purchase a daily wristband.
- Guests attending multiple days will need to check in at one of the box offices each day.
- If the new COVID-19 policies prevent existing ticket buyers from being able to attend, refunds are available
up until Thursday, Sept. 9.
- Anyone impacted should contact MetroTix at 314-534-1111.
- Weekend livestream tickets can be purchased for $25, providing an affordable and accessible option to music fans in
St. Louis and across the country. Live stream ticket can be purchased directly HERE.
Music at the Intersection takes place across six venues throughout Grand Center, including Kranzberg
Arts Foundation-owned The Big Top, The Grandel Theatre, and The Open Air VIP Tent at The Dark Room.
Partner venues include Fabulous Fox Theatre, The Sheldon Concert Hall and Jazz St. Louis. All venues will
abide by Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s vaccination or testing policy and indoor masking requirement
during Music at the Intersection (Sept. 10-12). Additionally, venues will provide sanitizing stations and
continue to operate at reduced capacity. For more information about each venue’s policy following
Sept. 12, please visit: