Barossa Arts Centre is open to general public
Customers are required to wear a mask when on-site, including attending the Box Office and the Theatre
in-line with current South Australia restrictions around Covid 19.
Barossa Arts Centre advises that public health measures are in place to keep patrons, artists and staff safe. This page is updated regularly to reflect the changes to current restrictions.
Patrons are currently required to wear a mask when on-site, including attending the Box office and the Theatre
If you have cold or flu symptoms, or feel unwell for any reason please do not attend the performance or the Box Office.
Patrons are reminded to
Keep Physical Distance
Please maintain 1.5m from other people where possible.
Avoid Physical Greetings
Patrons are reminded not to hug or shake hands while while attending the theatre
Wash Your Hands Please wash your hands and use sanitiser provided
A phone message can also be left on 08 8561 4299.
You can also contact us via email.
A phone message can be left on 08 8561 4299.
If you are unwell or have cold/flu symptoms
It is important if you are unwell, have any symptoms of a cold or flu, you do not attend any public events – including the theatre. If you cannot use your purchased ticket, please contact Barossa Arts Centre as soon as possible to arrange a refund. Barossa Arts Centre follows Live Performance Australia ticket refund guidelines.
Contact Tracing Requirements
The SA Government requires patrons use the COVID SAFE Check-In to enhance Contact Tracing.
• COVID SAfe Check-In is available at Barossa Arts Centre
• If you do not have the app, or do not have a smart phone, a paper record will be available for you to provide your details.
Parking and Entrance to the Theatre
Barossa Arts Centre encourages patrons to park on the Western side or on the Western Oval.
Entrance to the Theatre will be via the Western oval doors only
The doors will be open one hour prior to the performance, patrons are asked to follow the instructions of theatre staff.
Barossa Arts Centre events are held in accordance with SA Health direction and we will provide updates via website and direct communication with ticket buyers.
Event date change
Where a performance is changed to a new date, patrons are advised that their existing tickets are reallocated to the new date. If the new date does not suit patrons who have already purchased tickets then the ticket price may be refunded within a time frame patrons will be advised.
Where a performance is cancelled due to COVID-19, ticket-holders will be notified based on the circumstances of the cancellation.
Seating and Social Distancing
Barossa Arts Centre is committed to keeping its patrons and employees safe from the spread of COVID-19.
A COVID-SAFE Plan has been implemented and has directed us to ensure the following the maximum number of members of the public per separate room or outdoor area of publicly accessible space.
This therefore has limited the capacity of the Brenton Langbein Theatre.
Barossa Arts Centre advises that Brenton Langbein Theatre is required to comply with socially distanced seating requirements, ushers may direct patrons to sit in seats which may differ from the seat number printed on your tickets.
You will be advised about any COVID Safe requirements relating to the performance prior to being seated or if time permits a day or two before the performance.
Cleaning at Barossa Arts Centre
Barossa Arts Centre have increased cleaning across the site, with all surfaces and high-touch areas cleaned and sanitised frequently. The venues are cleaned before and after events to ensure the safety of all patrons.
We thank you for your support in keeping our theatre clean and safe
Please place your rubbish in the bin at the conclusion of performances. Please follow the directions of the staff.