Performances for 2020

All Performances are Free to the Public

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Socially Distanced Outdoor" Concert

All Concerts are Free to the Public.  No Ticket Needed.

"Socially Distanced" Outdoor Concert:  Sunday, October 18, 2:00pm, Central Park

NOTE:  All social distance State and Local guidelines must be followed when attending this concert.  Please see below for Naperville Park District COVID guidelines, which must be followed by all attendees.  Thank you.

"Socially Distanced" Outdoor Concert:  Sunday, September 6, 4:30pm, Central Park

NOTE:  All social distance State and Local guidelines must be followed when attending this concert.  Please see below for Naperville Park District COVID guidelines, which must be followed by all attendees.  Thank you.

Phase 4
Participation Guidelines - Naperville Park District

Outdoor Events
(Children’s Lunch-Hour Entertainment; Concerts in Your Park; Night at the Movies; Midday Spray)
The following participation guidelines apply to Naperville Park District outdoor events during the 2020 Summer Program Season. The Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity Phase 4 Indoor & Outdoor Recreation Guidelines, in addition to information from public health organizations, was used in the development of the guidelines. The guidelines are subject to change as new information becomes available.

 

Event Staff
• Event staff will be provided instruction/education on COVID-19 prevention.
• All staff must perform a self-assessment daily and not report to work if they are ill or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. If an individual begins to exhibit symptoms during the program or shift they must be isolated from others.*
• If a staff member has symptoms they must wait to enter the premises until they have had no fever for at least 72 hours, other symptoms have improved, and at least 10 days have passed since their symptoms first appeared, OR until feverless and feeling well (without fever-reducing medication) for at least 72 hours OR confirmed to not have COVID-19 via 2 negative COVID-19 tests in a row, with testing done at least 24 hours apart.*
• Staff should maintain a minimum 6 foot distance from other staff and participants. When outdoors staff are required to wear a face covering if a minimum 6 foot distance cannot be maintained from others.
• Hand washing or hand sanitizing is recommended before and after activities.


Attendees
• Attendees must conduct a self-assessment daily and not attend the event if they are ill or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. If an individual begins to exhibit symptoms during the event they must be isolated from others until they leave the premises.*
• If an attendee has symptoms, they must wait to enter the premises until they have had no fever for at least 72 hours, other symptoms have improved, and at least 10 days have passed since their symptoms first appeared.
• Maintain social distancing of a minimum of 6 feet from people residing in other households.
• If a minimum 6-foot distance from others cannot be maintained, attendees are required to wear a face covering.
• Attendees must provide their own face coverings.
• Personal items should have proper separation and should not be shared with other attendees.
7/8/20
*Per the CDC, symptoms include cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle or
body aches, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell congestion or runny nose, nausea or
vomiting and diarrhea.
• Handwashing or hand sanitizing is encouraged often.
• Attendees should travel to the event location alone or with a member(s) of their immediate household, if possible. No carpooling.


Spacing, Capacity, Numbers
• Gatherings should not exceed 50 total people while Naperville remains under Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan. Multiple groups of 50 or fewer people is permitted at once as long as:
o Social distancing is maintained at the venue.
o 30 feet of distance is maintained between groups.
• Lost and founds of non-valuable items will be eliminated from park and facility operations.
• Additional participation guidelines may apply to specific events.
Public Restrooms
• Public restrooms within parks will be cleaned at minimum once daily using EPA-registered disinfectants, particularly on high-touch surfaces such as faucets, toilets, doorknobs and light switches.
• Supplies for handwashing, including soap and materials for drying hands will be checked and stocked every time the restroom is cleaned.
• Event staff and attendees will be required to wash hands with every restroom visit.
• The number of attendees permitted to use the restroom at any one time will be limited based on the facility size and current social distancing guidelines.
*Per the CDC, symptoms include cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle or body aches, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea.

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