If you're hosting an in-person event, it's important to consider the health and safety of your attendees, staff, and performers. Here are some things you can do to keep you and your community safe.
1. Check Your Local Guidelines
Research your local government's guidelines or restrictions on gatherings. Factors such as size, venue, and attendee demographics may play a role in how you decide to proceed in a safe and healthy way.
U.S. State-by-State Event Restrictions
Check out our map of event restrictions for each state, updated weekly.
Government Health Resources
2. Limit the Number of Tickets Available
To comply with restrictions regarding the number of people allowed in a venue, set a max sales for your event date or individual ticket prices.
Need a socially-distanced seating chart? Contact our support team.
3. Communicate Safety Protocols to Attendees
Inform your ticket buyers of safety protocols ahead of time, including mask requirements and social distancing. You can add this information to the event's Full Description or Notes for Attendees, as well as send it in an Event Notification.
- Edit Your Event's Full Description
- Add a Note for Confirmed Attendees
- Send an Update to Your Attendees
4. Offer Ticket Changes
As the event nears, send an Event Notification recommending that those who feel unwell contact Brown Paper Tickets for a date exchange or refund.
Updating Your Refund or Exchange Policies
If you would like to update the refund or exchange policies for your event, please contact Brown Paper Tickets directly so we can update your event settings.
5. Post Signage at the Venue
Print and hang signage with your policies on mask-wearing and social distancing. The CDC has a list of print resources available to download here.