MIM’s Music Theater Reopens This Fall

Experience live music with new safety measures in place

MIM Music Theater will reopen to the public on Oct.23, 2020. Live music is back for the community with fall shows featuring local Arizona artists Hans Olson76th StreetMike Breen, Bill Dutcher and Pete Pancrazi, as well as classical pianist Alpin Hong.

“We have such deep appreciation for our MIM guests and for the incredible artists whose talent has brought us together night after night in the MIM Music Theater. We are excited to be taking these first steps in bringing this vital resource back into our lives,” says Lowell Pickett, artistic director of the MIM Music Theater.

To ensure an enjoyable and safe environment, the theater will reopen with a number of measures to support health and safety, including:

  • All guests ages 2 and up, in addition to MIM team members, will be required to wear a face mask covering their nose and mouth. Complimentary masks will be available at entry.
  • Guests will be assigned seats to provide a 6-foot distance from other parties. Guest Service will contact ticket buyers with their seat locations prior to the performance.
  • Theater capacity will not exceed 50%.
  • All concerts will be approximately 60–75 minutes without an intermission.

Visit mim.org to see all of the safety precautions.

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