1.Login in to your DAMAC.com (https://www.damai.cn/) account , or click on the Ticket button on the right side for online immediate purchase.
2.Use mobile phones to scan the QR code of DAMAC.com to enter the purchase page.
1、All persons entering the concert stage must register with real names, show their health code, wear a mask and complete a temperature test. Those found to have an abnormal body temperature (above 37.3°C) will be discouraged from entering, taken immediately to a temporary isolation point in accordance with the regulations and reported to the local health authorities in a timely manner.
2、Prepare your health code and itinerary code in advance. Before entering, please fill in the health pledge form, and present your ID card and paper ticket for verification.
3、Each ticket is limited to one entry on the day. One person per ticket, full admission for children.
4、If you do not have your ID card with you, please follow the volunteers' instructions and complete the on-site registration process with the help of the on-site security staff in the designated area.
The performance is not open to people identified with the following:
A history of residence outside of China within the previous 28 days, or a history of residence in a medium to high risk area within 21 days.
Persons with a confirmed case of COVID-19 and a history of contact with asymptomatics within the previous 28 days.
Persons with yellow or red Sukang Code (heath code)/Immunization Health Code (for incoming persons).
Cured and discharged confirmed cases and asymptomatics who have been released from isolation medical observation who are still under follow-up and medical observation.
Persons in close contact such asliving with persons under home health surveillance within the previous 14 days.
Persons with symptoms such as fever and cough.
Persons with a history of travel and sojourn in low-risk areas of the municipality (county directly under the Central Government) where medium and high-risk areas are identified within the previous 14 days of the event.
HOW TO ENJOY YOUR CONCERT
WHAT TO WEAR
There is no need to be overdressed for a forest concert. Clean and neat is all. However, it is best to avoid revealing, flip-flop or dramatic outfits. It's a good idea to bring an extra jacket.
According to pandemic prevention requirements this year, you must bring your ID card with you and wear a mask. Best if you arrive around 30 minutes before the concert starts.
Quiet listening is a minimum concert etiquette.Be sure to turn off mobile phones and other electronic devices that may make noise beforehand. You should not talk, doze off, drink water, eat or move around during the performance. If you are not satisfied with a program, do not whisper to each other or comment on the program with the audience around you. Please comment when the performance is over and you have left the stage.
WHEN TO APPLAUD
Applause is a big part of listening to a concert, so appropriate applause is the audience's response to the performer. However, over-enthusiastic or untimely applause can disrupt the mood of the performer. Therefore, when applauding, note that：·At the beginning of a concert. Applause to greet the conductor on stage. However, applause should also be given to the soloist who comes on stage. ·Do to applaud between Intermissions. There are many sections in a piece of music, and the relationship between them is sometimes very subtle, and the quietness between movements ensures both the integrity of a grand work and the continuity of our thoughts. No matter how exciting the preceding movement is, we should simply save all our heartfelt gratitude at the end of the piece.·Applauding at the end of a piece. This is a sign of your appreciation to the performer, who may return for an encore in response to your enthusiasm. The number of encores depends on how enthusiastically the audience applauds and cheers. The audience should not stop applauding until the conductor or performer has retired, as a sign of respect for them.·Shouting and whistling are extremely rude to the performers. You should not play with the orchestra with your hands or mouth, unless the conductor has given the audience a clear signal to participate in the performance, such as high-fiving to the beat.
DO NOT OFFER FLOWERS AT WILL
In general, the audience is not allowed to offer flowers to the performers during the performance. Should special circumstances occur, you can contact the staff in advance and they will arrange for the offering of flowers.
NO SMOKING AND PETS ALLOWED
Please note that smoking is not permitted throughout theconcert. In addition, for the safety of the group, pets, dangerous goods or food are strictly prohibited.
USE OUR SPEICAL MINI PROGRAM
Following last year, the Nanjing Radio and Television Group continue to optimize the Concert Guide mini program for better concert experiences. This Concert Guide mini program allows you to access our daily program, live videos and professional interpretations of the highlights.