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 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.