Performance Attendance Frequently Asked Questions
Updated November 9, 2022
The Bob Cole Conservatory of Music follows state, city, and campus health guidelines for COVID-19. Detailed, up-to-date university policy on COVID-19 is available at the CSULB COVID-19 Information page.
Tickets are available online only. There will be no ticket sales at the door. Online sales will be available up to 30 minutes after the scheduled start time of the performance. Advanced ticket purchases strongly encouraged.
Tickets are available by direct links on each event in the BCCM events page.
Ticket revenue for BCCM events fully supports student learning and scholarships.
Parking has changed: There will not be a parking attendant in the lot for assistance. You must first purchase a timed permit via ParkMobile App using your mobile device or pay at the yellow kiosk. Download the app and use Parking Lot G12 for the appropriate zone number. More info at ParkMobile App.
Please note, daily permits are only valid in the lot purchased.
No. Our campus strongly recommends but no longer requires facial coverings in indoor spaces. We will revisit this policy as appropriate with the guidance of public health agencies.
The Bob Cole Conservatory of Music follows state, city, and campus health guidelines for indoor public gathering and may institute stricter guidelines based on coronavirus conditions. Please check our website and this page for our latest recommendations before arriving for a performance. To easily comply with late-breaking restrictions, you may wish to bring a mask and proof of vaccination or recent negative COVID-19 test with you.
Important: Please do not attend the Bob Cole Conservatory if you or anyone in your party has a fever or any other symptom of COVID-19, or has tested positive for COVID-19 within the last two weeks, or has had close contact with anyone suspected or confirmed of having COVID-19 within the past two weeks.
By purchasing a ticket, you assume all risks, hazards, and dangers arising from or relating in any way to the risk of contracting COVID-19.