Welcoming You Back
We’re looking forward to seeing you back in our sanctuary and online. As events go on sale, information indicating whether the event is virtual, in-person, or in-person with a virtual attendance option will be noted on each individual event page.
Your health and safety remain our top priority. Effective September 6, 2021, proof of vaccination will be required at all Sixth & I programs in our building. Please review our health and safety policies prior to purchasing your tickets:
- Everyone 5 years old and above must show proof that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 any time you enter Sixth & I’s building. We will accept either a physical vaccination card or a photo of the card on your phone. Per the CDC, people are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine.
- If you have medical conditions or closely-held religious beliefs preventing vaccination, you must (1) provide proof of a negative PCR or antigen COVID-19 test administered no more than 24 hours before the event’s start time and (2) provide documentation of a medical exemption, such as a note from a medical provider, or documentation of a religious exemption, such as an attestation from the attendee that they have a closely-held religious belief.
- For children under the age of 5, we will accept the following documentation:
- Ages 2 – 4: Negative PCR or antigen COVID-19 test administered no more than 24 hours before the event’s start time
- Under 2: Tests are not required
- Masks will continue to be required for everyone ages two and over. To maximize protection, your mask must completely cover your nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of your face without gaps. Bandanas, gaiters, and masks with exhaling valves are not permitted.
The above policies reflect protocols at events held in Sixth & I’s building. For offsite events hosted by Sixth & I, mask and vaccination policies will be noted on the individual event page.
Requirements are subject to change at Sixth & I’s discretion. With questions, contact Amanda Loerch, Director of Patron Services.
Programs, prices, and dates are subject to change. To purchase tickets, please refer to the “How to Purchase” section located on each event’s page. Additional fees may apply.
Seating is general admission, first come, first served. We encourage you to arrive early to allow enough time to move through security and to have the best seating options.
All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. There are no refunds unless an event is canceled.
- If you are unable to use your ticket, you may transfer the ticket to another person. Click here for step-by-step instructions.
- To switch your in-person ticket to a virtual ticket for the same event (if applicable), click here for step-by-step instructions.
We do not keep a wait list for sold-out events. We do not condone purchasing or re-selling tickets through third-party sites. Invalid tickets sold through third-party sites will not be honored by Sixth & I.
Ticket age limit: All guests two years and older are required to have a ticket. Unless specified on the event page, events are all ages.
With virtual programming, you’ll always have a front row seat! We leave it to you to negotiate with family and roommates for the best seat in the house. We encourage you to log on to programs a few minutes early to settle in and resolve any home internet issues. To make your virtual experience as seamless as possible, please review our frequently asked question guides for Zoom and for Facebook live prior to your events.
If you are experiencing technical difficulty during any virtual event, please email our virtual help desk or reply to the Eventbrite confirmation email you received prior to the event.
Event Policies & Services
- Photo Policy: Photo policies are at the artist’s discretion and vary for each event. Flash photography, professional cameras with detachable or zoom lenses, video equipment, Go-Pros, selfie sticks, and tripods are not allowed. Generally, photos are permitted with non-professional point and shoot cameras and cell phones; restrictions may apply.
- Video/Audio Recording: Video and/or audio recording of events by audience members is strictly prohibited.
- Sixth & I Video/Audio Recording and Photography: Sixth & I programs may be filmed, audio recorded, and/or photographed for archival and/or other purposes. Your attendance in the audience shall be deemed your consent to appear in such recordings/photography without compensation of any kind.
- Press: If you are a member of the press interested in covering an event, submit your request at least 24 hours in advance to Michelle Eider. Press passes are limited and subject to the approval of the artist and Sixth & I. Press passes are not granted on site without prior approval.
- Accessibility: Sixth & I is ADA accessible. Our accessible entrance is located at 606 I Street, NW. It is helpful to call ahead, 202.266.4867, or email Amanda Loerch to make arrangements.
- Sign Language Interpreter: If you would like to request a sign language interpreter for the event, contact Amanda at least two weeks before the event date.
- Lost and Found: If you lost an item, please call 202.408.3100 during business hours to see if it has been turned in. Lost items are kept for a maximum of 10 days.
- Directions and Parking: Sixth & I does not have a parking lot. For information on how to reach us and suggestions for nearby paid parking lots, click here.
- Pets: Only service animals are allowed inside the building.
Sixth & I is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our guests. We reserve the right to refuse entry, or remove anyone from our premises, at our sole discretion. This includes, but is not limited to, anyone who is intoxicated, disruptive, threatening, or refuses a security check.
- All guests and bags will be searched upon entry.
- Guests may be asked to provide identification, remove hats, coats, scarves or to empty pockets for examination.
- To speed up the security screening, please leave prohibited items (see below), valuables, large bags, and other unnecessary items at home.
- Due to the historic nature of our building, food, beverage, and water container restrictions apply (see below).
- Prohibited items will be denied or confiscated.
- All alcohol and narcotic laws will be strictly enforced.
- No smoking or illegal substance use of any kind is permitted on the premises, including the use of e-cigarettes and vaporizers.
- Law enforcement personnel should contact Brian Graber prior to the event.
- Sixth & I reserves the right to alter our security procedures, policies, and prohibited items at any time.
- Weapons of any kind (including firearms, knives, pepper spray/mace, fireworks, or items that are deemed to be potentially dangerous including jewelry or clothing that could inflict harm)
- Replicas of any type of weapon
- Alcohol, illegal drugs or substances (including drug paraphernalia)
- All glass items
- Luggage and bags over 18”x12”x8”, camelbacks, Bota bags, and flasks
- Professional photography or video equipment (e.g. cameras with detachable lenses, tripods, zooms, or commercial-use rigs)
- Personal video cameras, Go-Pros, selfie sticks, or drones
- Masks, laser pointers, air horns, or whistles
- Signs, flags, banners, posters, or balloons
- Flammable liquids or aerosol cans
- Stuffed animals and wrapped gifts
- Other items as deemed inappropriate by Sixth & I security or event staff
Food and Beverage Policy
- As we continue to host programs during the pandemic, food and beverage items will only be for sale at select events.
- No outside food is allowed to be eaten in the building. Only water bottles with a secure lid are allowed into the sanctuary. Reusable water bottles must be empty upon entering Sixth & I and when being scanned at security. They can then be refilled at our bottle filling station just outside the social hall.
- Food allowed: Unopened factory-sealed snacks, whole fruits, gum, candy, and empty plastic food containers as long as they fit in the guest’s bag.
- Food not allowed: Anything that could be easily opened and eaten during the event, such as to-go containers, opened snack items, as well as any allowed food items that do not fit in the guest’s bag.
Policies may differ for specific religious programs and classes. If you have questions, please contact the Jewish Life team.