What to Expect When You Visit a Landmark Theatre
Landmark Theatres Covid protocols comply with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local and state public health guidance, as well as the CinemaSafe™ program. Landmark Theatres is tailoring its requirements for health and safety requirements to local guidelines. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us keep everyone safe.
SAFETY for our guests and staff, is our highest priority. All public spaces (e.g. auditoriums, seating areas or tables, restrooms, high-touch surfaces), will be wiped down at regular intervals with EPA-registered disinfectant, following the manufacturer’s instructions (e.g. safety requirements, protective equipment, and contact time). Examples of high-touch surfaces are countertops, doorknobs, faucets and touch screens.
A limited concessions menu will be available.
SHOWTIMES AND DAYS OF OPERATIONS
Each Landmark theatre may have fluctuating days and hours of operations. Check showtimes frequently for the most updated information.
Seating capacity is not limited per state and local guidelines and seating is not physically distanced.
GET LOCAL INFORMATION
For more information about the status of re-opening policies in your specific city, you can visit your local public health department’s website or use the CDC’s tracking page.
City of Cambridge (Boston)
The City of Cambridge has implemented an indoor mask mandate unless you are eating or drinking at your seat. Click here for details.
Please arrive Early: Effective November 8, 2021, The City of Los Angeles will require proof of full vaccination & picture ID for all theatre and lounge guests ages 18 older. Guests with exemptions are required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of entry. Click here for details.
The City of San Francisco requires that all guests ages 12+ show proof of vaccination (including a photo ID) in order to purchase food and beverages at the concession stand. Click here for details.
City of Berkeley (S.F. East Bay)
The City of Berkeley requires proof of full vaccination for all theatre guests ages 12 and older. Please be prepared to provide proof of vaccination (including a photo ID) upon entry. Click here for details.
Seattle (King County)
Effective 10/25/21, King County requires proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result for all theatre guests ages 12 and older. Click here for details.