The following policies represent our current efforts to mitigate risk of COVID-19 spread at Davis Arts Council events:
All events will operate at or below 30% capacity to allow sufficient space within the venue for physical distancing between households.
Patrons will be encouraged to attend events only with members of their own household.
Hand sanitizer will be made available near high-touch surfaces such as the ticket office and the front gate.
Touchless ticketing will be available via both print-at-home and mobile ticketing options.
Per Layton City rule, masks will be required for patrons over age 2.
Traffic patterns and queue separations will be marked where possible and appropriate.
We will partner with Layton City’s Parks and Recreation Department to regularly sanitize the Kenley Amphitheater as well as the Kenley restrooms in accordance with state and local health directives.
All event staff and volunteers will wear face masks and other personal protective equipment as appropriate. Staff, volunteers, and artists will be screened for COVID symptoms prior to the start of the event.
In 1995, the arts council partnered with Layton City, corporate sponsors and private sponsors to build the beautiful Ed Kenley Centennial Amphitheatre. The Kenley Amphitheatre now hosts a multitude of arts events and is home to a diverse number of local and out-of-town artists and performers wishing to express their talents and passion for the community of Layton.
403 North Wasatch Drive, Layton, UT 84041
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
All parking options are free! The closest places are the Layton City Building/Surf ‘n Swim parking lot, along the road on Wasatch Drive, or at Layton High School.