Token Creek Chamber Music Festival


We’re so glad to be back!

As the pandemic continues, our goal is for Token Creek 2021 to be a zero-transmission experience. In-person and virtual attendance options are available.


In person:

In the barn, we will scrupulously adhere to the most current Dane County health guidelines and expect the same of you.

Doing Our Part to Keep You Safe: We have
• confirmed that musicians, staff, and volunteers are vaccinated or are receiving daily COVID tests
• reduced the size of our audience by 50%
• shortened our concerts
• instituted physical spacing
• reduced this year’s reception offerings to a limited beverage service
• moved receptions to our outdoor deck and terrace
• added restrooms, and taken steps to ensure that facilities remain sanitized

Doing Your Part: We ask that you
• attend Token Creek events only if you have been fully vaccinated
• wear a mask while you are inside the building
• maintain distancing
• take away or discard your program booklet
• enjoy the grounds and gardens and socializing outdoors before and after the concert, rather than remaining in the hall (doors open 30 minutes prior to the performance).


Virtual attendance, on-demand:

For the first time, TCF will offer an on-demand streaming option. Concert videos will be posted the day after the live event, and will be available on-demand throughout the duration of the festival and for the week following, until September 13. Please select this option on the ticket order form. Please note: virtual tickets do not include access to in-person attendance at live concerts in the barn.


Thank you for partnering with us to ensure that Token Creek 2021 remains a zero-transmission event.