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 At this time, McIntyre Hall PACC requires negative test or proof of vaccination for entry to McIntyre Hall. Those individuals unable to be fully vaccinated, including children under 12, must have proof of a negative COVID test* (taken within 48-72 hours of performance). McIntyre Hall will check for proof of vaccination/negative COVID tests at the doors as a condition of entry. Additionally, MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL PERSONS AGE 2 AND UP ENTERING MCINTYRE HALL

regardless of vaccination status.


Fully Vaccinated Patrons

A patron is considered “fully vaccinated” two weeks after the final dose of a COVID vaccine. Documentation of vaccination status must be shown with valid I.D. upon entry to the venue and available upon request at any time.


The following are acceptable as proof of full vaccination:

Matching photo ID, AND vaccination card (which includes name of person vaccinated, type of vaccine provided, and date last dose administered) OR a photo of a vaccination card as a separate document OR a photo of the attendee’s vaccine card stored on a phone or electronic device OR documentation of vaccination from a healthcare provider electronic health record or state Immunization Information System record


Self-reported vaccination records that are not verified by a health care provider cannot be accepted.


Unvaccinated Patrons

Patrons unable to be vaccinated, including children under 12, will be required to show proof of a negative COVID test within 72 hours prior to the performance or a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to the performance.


The following are acceptable as proof of a negative COVID-19 test result:

Matching photo ID, AND printed document (from the test provider or laboratory) OR an email or text message displayed on a phone or electronic device from the test provider or laboratory.


The information provided should include name of person tested, type of test performed, and date of negative test result (for PCR test, date of negative result must be within prior 72 hours; for antigen test, date of negative result must be within prior 48 hours).


Self-reported negative test results that are not from a test provider, a laboratory, or a health care provider cannot be accepted.



The protocols currently in place are subject to change in compliance with revisions to national and local guidelines regarding COVID-19. While we will provide the most upto-date public health procedures to improve patron safety, they are not an absolute protection against contracting COVID-19. Patrons assume their own risk by entering the facility. The COVID Pandemic is a serious and ever changing public health situation and we appreciate your support as we work towards a return to normalcy.


Regular Box Office Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 10am - 2pm

& three hours prior to any ticketed performance.




The Brothers Four

McIntyre Hall Presents

Friday, October 8           7:30pm


An Evening With The Brothers Four The Brothers Four were pioneers in the musical movement that came to be known as the “Folk Revival”. Today their all-acoustic presentation continues… guitars, banjo, upright bass, and of course the trademark rich blend of their four voices.


An evening with this quartet is a time of pure entertainment. A joyful, sing-along experience!


“The Brothers Four now reign supreme amongst folk boom survivors, true to form carrying their trademark geniality and rich vocal harmony on an unprecedented half century run.” ~ Blitz Magazine


“The Brothers Four… In perfect harmony with the acoustic traditions of a magical era.”


Tickets: Reserved $35 - $45

On Sale September 7.





Paris: The City of Lights

Skagit Symphony

Saturday, October 23           7:30pm


It’s time for an adventure – All Aboard the Orient Express! Come away with Skagit Symphony as we trace the original route of this storied locomotive over the course of this season. Our three-concert journey begins in the incomparable city of Paris. Experience “The City of Lights” through the music of the masters who knew it best, including Ravel, Berlioz, Satie, Debussy, and Saint-Saëns. The soaring voice of our guest artist, Natalie Buickians, is sure to make this an unforgettable start to the Skagit Symphony's 42nd season.


Pre-concert lecture in the concert hall at 6:45 pm


Tickets: Reserved $10 - $45

On Sale September 7.





La Traviata

Pacific Northwest Opera

Friday, October 29 7:30pm

Sunday, October 31 1:30pm

Friday, November 5 7:30pm

Sunday, November 7 1:30pm


One of the most romantic, brilliant and tragic scores of all time, Verdi’s ever popular masterpiece contrasts spectacular grand opera choruses with scenes of indescribable tenderness and love.


La Traviata is the story of the tragic love between the courtesan Violetta and the younger, passionate Alfredo Germont. Played out against the hypocrisy of upper-class society, Alfredo and Violetta’s love threatens to ruin his family. His father appeals to Violetta to give up Alfredo for the sake of his family. Knowing that she is ill and she can never marry Alfredo, she relinquishes her one chance of happiness in an ultimate act of self-sacrifice.


Sung in Italian with English supertitles.


Pre-concert lecture in the concert hall 45 minutes before the performance. Learn about the performance, history, costumes, and more.


Tickets: Reserved Seating $25 - $75

On Sale September 7.





Four Guitars

McIntyre Hall Presents

Friday, November 19           7:30pm


Will Ackerman is recognized as the preeminent pioneer in the New-age music movement and the founder of Windham Hill Records. The Grammy award winning guitarist and New-age pioneer presents an evening of acoustic music bliss featuring four distinct acoustic guitarists. Hear the Four Guitars perform in solo, duet, trio and quartet configurations in a special treat for lovers of acoustic guitar.


Featuring Will Ackerman - Acoustic Guitar

Trevor Gordon Hall - Acoustic Guitar & Kimbala

Todd Mosby - Imrat Guitar

Vin Downes - Acoustic Guitar


“This is beautiful music. It takes me back to the best part of the 1980’s, when instrumental music was alive and part of the cultural consciousness. These four musicians have captured the spirit of that time, with writing and playing that engages the mind and heart. Bravo ‘Four Guitars’!” ~ Andrew York


“Four very talented men who truly love guitars making wonderful music together. The playing on this album is beautiful.” ~ David Crosby


Tickets: Reserved $35 - $45

On Sale September 7.







Thank You!

McIntyre Hall values our community partners who join us in providing priceless experiences for audiences and artists. We are very grateful to the following agencies, foundations, businesses, and individuals for their commitment to the inherent value of the performing arts and McIntyre Hall.

Skagit Valley College, the Skagit Regional Public Facilities District,

Washington State Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts,

The City of Mount Vernon, the City of Burlington, Skagit County,


Hampton Inn & Suites Burlington, Skagit Publishing,

Choice Grounds Care, Foothills Toyota,

Skagit Valley Food Coop, All About Hearing,

Skagit Community Foundation, Skagit Valley College Foundation,

Whidbey Weekly, Cascadia Weekly,

Northwest Public Broadcasting, KAPS Radio, KBRC Radio,


The Friends of McIntyre Hall

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