After 18 months in the dark, The Flynn is back.
Curtains go up in less than a month on a reopening celebration set for October 23 that promises a night of tributes, stories and music.
Four-time Grammy winner Angélique Kidjo will be headlining. And to ensure price isn’t a barrier to admission, the theatre had launched a pay it forward campaign.
“We are inviting people who can afford to buy tickets to do a buy-one-give-one campaign,” Jay Wahl, the Flynn Executive Director I said. “So that if you can buy a ticket, we hope you do, that will allow us to give tickets to our community.”
The theater will require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination from ticket holders, who will also be required to wear a mask while inside.