The COVID–19 vaccine is now available for anyone living or working in Alaska who is age 16 or older.
Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and the benefits of taking the vaccine by visiting the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) online.
Acting Anchorage Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson issues “Emergency Order 20: Do It for Summer.” This Emergency Order emphasizes the core measures of vaccines, masks, and physical distancing in public, while strategically loosening other restrictions, especially in outdoor settings. EO-20 is the first Emergency Order to set a target vaccination rate for Anchorage — once 70% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated, EO-20 and its Attachments become advisory. EO-20 goes into effect at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 16, 2021.
Acting Anchorage Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson issues Emergency Order 19. This Emergency Order reflects the unique moment we are in; it carefully lifts capacity restrictions and eases gathering limitations while protecting core public health measures, including masking and physical distancing. The emergency order will take effect on Monday, March 8, 2021, at 8:00 a.m. and remain in effect until revoked.
We are working with our partners to reschedule events, as possible, and will be in touch with ticket holders as details become available. Updates will also be posted here to share information about cancelled and rescheduled events.
Help us keep in touch with you. Please update your contact information in your CenterTix account. We will send updates to all ticket buyers if and when the status of an event changes.
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Staff of the PAC is on site and working regular hours. Our doors may be closed, but we are doing everything we can to assist you by phone and email, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Ticket holders have a number of options available to them for events affected by mandated closures.
Donate Your Tickets — The ticket revenue stays with the arts organization that is putting on the show. It’s fast and easy with our online donation form.
Exchange Your Tickets — For the duration of this public health emergency in Alaska, CenterTix is waiving all exchange fees. Exchange options have also been expanded to include any event currently on sale for this season that is performing in the same venue as the show you are no longer attending. (This open exchange policy does not apply to Anchorage Opera tickets.) Differences in ticket price will be either collected or refunded depending upon the new ticket price. All exchange requests for tickets to shows that have not been cancelled or rescheduled must be processed prior to the day of your currently scheduled show. Begin your ticket exchange with our online form.
Give Your Tickets to Friends and Family — If you decide you cannot attend a show that is still scheduled to perform, you may know someone who would like to use your tickets instead. Need help getting your tickets into their hands? We’re happy to help. Contact CenterTix here.
Wait for a reschedule announcement — When an event is pending rescheduling, you can hold on to your tickets and decide what to do later. As new dates for shows are announced, we will be contacting ticket holders to alert them to the new date(s). Please check your contact information in your CenterTix account to make sure that we can stay in touch.
Refunds for cancelled or rescheduled shows — If you are holding a ticket for a cancelled or rescheduled show, please check the details on the specific event page for information or call us and we’ll be happy to help you.
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We want your return to live events to be as carefree and entertaining as possible. Keeping informed about the latest dos and don’ts when coming to a show can be a challenge. Please feel free to contact us with questions or to contact the event venue for their latest policies.