Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra mandates vaccination or negative test for concerts

Attendees should note the changes to the COVID-19 policy before the next performance.

Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra on stage at a previous performance.
Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra
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The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra has updated its COVID-19 policy for future concerts.

"With ever-changing times, DSSO wants to do its part in keeping our community healthy," read a recent notice to DSSO email subscribers.

Proof of full COVID vaccination, a negative COVID PCR test from the last 72 hours, or a rapid test within the past 24 hours is required prior to entrance at Symphony Hall.

Attendees should be prepared to show vaccination verification and proof of identification. The DSSO also requires masks to be worn at all times in the hall and the adjacent lobby.

The next DSSO concert, "To Be Bold," is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday.


The DSSO will also provide virtual access to its January and February concerts, thanks to an agreement with the American Federation of Musicians. Virtual tickets can be found at

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