Hylton Center and COVID
Fall 2020 Update
After much careful consideration in coordination with George Mason University, the Hylton Center made the difficult decision to suspend our presentation of traditional, live, professional performances inside our spaces through the end of 2020. Although the season will not begin this fall as we had originally envisioned, we are working with the artists who were supposed to grace our stages, in an effort to bring them back in the future.
Explore the reimagined 10th Anniversary Season which includes this fall's virtual programming and in-person outdoor performances as well as the Spring 2021 season.
Tickets for 2020-2021
Tickets for outdoor performances at Hylton on the Hill are on sale now. The Ticket Office reopened on August 25.
Access passes for digital performances in Fall 2020 and tickets for in-person performances in 2021 will go on sale later this fall. Information will be updated here as it becomes available.
Frequently Asked Questions
Tickets for outdoor performances at Hylton on the Hill are on sale now.
Access passes for digital performances in Fall 2020 and for traditional performances in 2021 will go on sale later this fall. Information will be updated here as it becomes available.
All outstanding tickets to canceled performances were refunded after June 1, 2020, or—if requested prior—were converted to an account credit or tax-deductible donation to the Hylton Center. Contact the Ticket Office.
The ticket office reopened on August 25 for in-person and phone transactions. Ticket Office hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. The ticket office may be reached at email@example.com or through this contact form. For more information, please visit the Contact page.
After much careful consideration in coordination with George Mason University, we have made the difficult decision to suspend our presentation of traditional, live, professional performances inside our spaces through the end of 2020. Learn more and watch the video message about this decision.
We will be presenting online events on the Hylton at Home platform this fall as well as in-person outdoor performances. We are pleased to announce a fall season full of safe and artistically satisfying arts experiences.
Our staff is working tirelessly to be ready to welcome audiences back at the appropriate time with safety measures in place. We will continue to follow the guidance of George Mason University, the Virginia Department of Health, and the CDC. Details about safety precautions for outdoor performances are available here. Updates about what to expect when indoor performances resume will be posted here.
Your support is more important than ever to ensure that when it is safe to gather together again, our stages will be bustling with world-class artists. Your donation of any amount makes a difference and is deeply appreciated. Make a gift.
While we can’t invite you into our spaces physically right now, we want to continue to share artistic experiences with you. On April 2, Hylton at Home launched with a highly attended livestream performance by American Roots Series artist, Bumper Jacksons. A variety of additional livestreamed and recorded offerings followed, featuring professional guest artists, talented alumni, students, and faculty of George Mason University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts. We invite you to enjoy these archived performances and check back for new content soon.
In coordination with George Mason University, the Hylton Center will not be renting the facility until 2021. For information and updates on rentals, please contact Susan Landess, Sales and Community Relations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hylton at Home brings you livestreamed performances, releases of previously recorded content, as well as interactive arts experiences.
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