The Opéra de Lausanne is introducing the so-called "2G" rule

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Following the announcements of the Federal Council on December 17th, 2021, and in compliance with the applicable health regulations, the Opéra de Lausanne is introducing the so-called “2G” rule (cured and vaccinated): this means that from now on, public access to the Theatre is only possible for those who have been vaccinated or cured and who have a QR code.
PCR and antigenic tests, even with a QR code, are no longer accepted.

Wearing a mask is mandatory from the age of 10, from the moment you enter the Opera until you leave, including during the performances.

At the entrance to the Opera, our staff will ask you to present an identity card (or passport) and your Swiss or European COVID certificate with QR code attesting
– that you are fully vaccinated.
– that you are cured after having contracted the virus.

Please note:
→ We invite you to prefer the presentation of the QR code on a smartphone or on a new paper copy.
→ Persons under the age of 16 do not need to present a COVID certificate, but an ID card may be requested to verify age.
→ Any other COVID-19 document without a Swiss (or European) certificate with a valid QR code will not be accepted and entry will not be possible.

As these measures require a longer check than usual, we will open the doors of the hall 1 hour before the beginning of the show to ensure a regular flow in the theater. Our bar in the Salon Bailly will also be open 1 hour before the start of the show to welcome you with seats.

Everything is organized to avoid you arriving at the last minute and to avoid long lines. The show can also start at the scheduled time.

We thank you in advance for respecting the instructions and recommendations, and we look forward to seeing you at our next shows!

Status as of January 3rd, 2022, subject to change.