WELCOME BACK TO THE RIVERWALK CENTER!

We plan to kick off the summer season at the Riverwalk Center with limited capacities but note that as public health policies change over the coming weeks, the capacity limits may increase up to 100% occupancy and public health restrictions may be adjusted or lifted altogether. Health and safety protocols will continue to be updated throughout the summer on this webpage.

It’s important for us to meet or exceed the guidelines set forth by local, regional, state and federal agencies for operating in a COVID-19 environment and therefore we want to inform you of some important changes you’ll notice upon attending a performance at the Riverwalk Center this summer. These new policies will continue to evolve as our county advances through the various reopening phases.

In consideration for the opportunity to attend an event at the Riverwalk Center, and by entering the premises, each entrant agrees to the Terms and Conditions of Admission to Riverwalk Center events, which apply regardless of the form of any ticket or other invitation to an event, or where or by whom such ticket or invitation is held, stored or displayed. The Terms and Conditions of Admission contain a Waiver and Release of Liability, and Indemnification agreement. You may view the Terms and Conditions of Admission HERE 

We ask our staff and our guests to follow the precautions below:

  • Do not come to the Riverwalk Center if you are feeling sick.
  • Wash hands often and use hand sanitizer where available. Hand-sanitizing stations have been installed for your convenience
  • Summit County recommends that you wear a mask if you are not fully vaccinated.

Here is what you need to know upon arrival:

  • Venue capacity is currently limited until further notice.
  • The Riverwalk Center does intend to increase venue capacity later in the summer season.
  • For events with greater than 100 attendees, parties will continue to be seated 6ft from other parties as required by Summit County.
  • All individuals, whether they choose to wear a face-covering or not, will be welcomed and respected.
  • Concessions are available for purchase from the bar. 
  • Bring your own empty water bottle. Water will be available for use to fill water bottles only. Factory sealed water bottles will be allowed. No other outside food or drink is allowed in the venue.
  • Outside Alcohol is not permitted due to liquor license restrictions, please do not bring it to the theater!

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION TO RIVERWALK CENTER EVENTS

The following are the terms and conditions of admission to events at the Riverwalk Center. In consideration for the opportunity to attend an event, and by entering the premises, each entrant agrees to such terms and conditions, which apply regardless of the form of any ticket or other invitation to an event, or where or by whom such ticket or invitation is held, stored or displayed.

RULES, INSTRUCTIONS AND DIRECTIONS: The individual (“Attendee”) admitted to the Riverwalk Center (“RWC”), and any minor(s) accompanying Attendee, must follow all rules and policies of the RWC, and all posted and/or verbal directions and instructions of RWC staff, while present on the RWC premises. See  https://www.breckcreate.org/buy/policies-faqs/ for certain RWC policies. Failure to abide by RWC rules, policies, instructions and directions may result in removal from the premises and revocation of any ticket or invitation without refund.

WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY; INDEMNIFICATION: In exchange for admission to the RWC premises, Attendee hereby forever and irrevocably releases and discharges Breckenridge Creative Arts; Breck Music; National Repertory Orchestra; Town of Breckenridge; any individuals or entities associated in any capacity with the event or activities at the RWC (including, without limitation, staff, officials, performers, sponsors, advertisers, promotors, suppliers, vendors and contractors); the parents, subsidiaries and affiliates of each of the foregoing; other RWC event attendees; and all of their respective owners, directors, officers, volunteers, employees, agents, contractors, representatives and insurers; and the successors and assigns of each of them (each a “Releasee” herein), to the fullest extent permitted by law, from any and all liabilities, claims, demands, losses, damages, injuries (including injury, illness or death), costs or expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs) (collectively, “Losses”) arising out of or in any way related to Attendee’s (or any accompanying minor’s) attendance at the VPAC premises; attendance at, observation of and/or participation in any event at the RWC premises; or any related activities; including, without limitation, Losses related in any manner to COVID-19 or the negligence of any Releasee. In further exchange for admission to the RWC premises, Attendee (1) covenants not to sue (or assist any person in suing) any Releasee regarding any matter released above, and (2) agrees to indemnify and hold harmless any and all Releases from and against any and all Losses related to any of the foregoing, or any acts or omissions of Attendee (or any accompanying minor(s)).

MINOR ATTENDEES: If Attendee is accompanied by any minor to the RWC premises, by allowing the minor(s) to accompany attendee, Attendee makes and agrees to all the foregoing assumptions, releases, indemnifications and agreements on behalf of such minor(s). If Attendee does not wish to or is not authorized to make such assumptions, releases, indemnifications and other agreements on behalf of the accompanied minor(s), Attendee should not allow the minor to enter the RWC premises.