Commitment to Health and Safety

Midsommer Flight takes seriously its responsibility to maintain a healthy and safe environment in the face of COVID-19. To that end, we have adopted the following policies outlined below.

However, audience members must recognize that there are certain inherent risks regarding COVID-19 associated with participating in any group event, acknowledge the contagious nature of COVID-19, and understand the CDC and public health authority’s recommendations regarding masking and social distancing.

By purchasing a ticket and attending a performance, audience members assume full responsibility for themselves and (if applicable) their household members, and further release and discharge Producer and its representatives for injury, loss, or damage arising from attendance at the production, whether caused by the fault of the participant, the Producer, or third parties.


  • All audience members must wear a mask at all times while inside the Lincoln Park Conservatory.
  • All audience members must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination to be admitted to the performance. You may provide this proof one of two ways:
    • Send an email to boxoffice(at)midsommerflight(dot)com at least 24 hours in advance with a copy or photo of your vaccine card(s) for each member of your party. Be sure to include the date of your reservation and the names of each member of your party.
    • Bring your vaccine card or electronic proof on your phone with you to the Conservatory and show it to the Box Office Manager when you arrive.
  • If you cannot provide proof of vaccination, you will NOT be admitted to the performance. There are no exceptions. 
  • Refunds will NOT be issued for patrons who reserve tickets but fail to provide proof of vaccination.
  • Audiences are advised that performers will be unmasked while actively performing. All cast and crew are fully vaccinated and will be masked when they are not onstage.

Midsommer Flight is partially supported by the Illinois Arts Council Agency, by a CityArts grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, by The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, and by the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation.