I have read and understood the CDC guidelines for the event day. I understand that I can be refused admission if I do not following the guidelines. I further understand that, on the day of the event, if I am refused admission due to not adhering to the CDC guidelines, no refunds will be given.

What About kids?

Children ages 2-12 are not required to show proof of a vaccine or negative test, but they must wear a mask at all times. Those under the age of two are not required to wear a mask.

Please read the below CDC guidelines that will be followed on the day of the show.

  • Arrive early. Give yourself an extra 20 minutes to complete the entry process.
  • Wear a mask. All kids and adults over the age of two must be masked indoors.
  • Show your negative COVID-19 test or vaccination card. You must test negative within 72 hours OR be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to entry. Kids under 12 are exempt from this requirement.
  • Check your temp. We’ll complete a touchless temperature check and verbal health questionnaire right at the door.


Per New York State guidelines for venues, Tilles Center is now able to host 100% capacity events with no social distancing. To reach full capacity, events will require all guests to be fully vaccinated – final dose 14 days before event.

All guests will be required to provide proof of full vaccination, meaning the day of your event is at least 14 days after your final vaccine dose. The only exception is for children under the age of 12, who may provide proof of a negative antigen or PCR COVID-19 test, or full vaccination, to attend when accompanied by a vaccinated adult. NYS State Excelsior Pass or photo of CDC Vaccination cards are accepted.

Requirements may change as guidelines change, so please make sure to visit the event page to confirm the requirements for your specific show.


Masks are required at all times except when eating or drinking in designated areas. All masks must completely cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings. We will continue to monitor and update these guidelines regularly.