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Blue October

This Is What I Live For Tour

Blue October

Blue October

This Is What I Live For Tour

Additional Ticket Information

Tickets are reserved seating, meaning all though all tickets are the same price, you are still picking your seat and must sit in the seat associated with your ticket the night of the show. 

COVID 19 Prevention & Policies

A Message from Blue October:

We are so excited to be bringing Midland/Odessa and the surrounding communities live shows again. The live music experience means everything to us and to so many of you. Blue October will be performing live at the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center on November 10, 2021, and we can't wait to see you there!  

All ticket holders attending Blue October's This Is What I Live For Fall 2021 tour will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of entry to the venue. If a patron chooses to do so, a proof of vaccination card is acceptable. Please check wagnernoel.com for updated entry protocol, along with any local policies. 

You can locate COVID-19 testing in our area by using this resource from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.  

Blue October is grateful to be heading back on tour. We can’t wait to see you there!


To Clarify:

  • Documentation must be shown to a Wagner Noël PAC staff member to gain entry
  • All persons over the age of 18 must show a matching photo ID with their negative COVID-19 test (taken within 72 hours prior to entering this event). Or a COVID-19 vaccination card with a matching photo ID.
  • Documentation may also be presented in digital forms, such as a screenshot or photo, on a phone.
  • For any vaccine documentation in reprinted form (printed copy, phone screenshot, etc.), the entire vaccination card must be visible, or it will not be accepted.

If you are unable to provide the documentation requested to attend this event you can request a refund using the link below.

The deadline to request a refund is Friday, October 1, 2021, at 5 PM.


To prevent the spread of COVID-19, Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center will have the following policies in place until further notice. Please read thoroughly.

  • This is a full capacity event
  • In accordance with the recommendation by the CDC the face mask policy for patrons of all ages is optional. Wagner Noël PAC highly encourages masks for those who are immune comprised. We ask that patrons be respectful of each other’s choices.
  • Patrons who feel they may have been exposed to COVID-19 or another communicable disease should remain at home.
  • Many tours or events may choose for reasons of their own to continue to ask patrons to wear a face mask when in the facility. This information will be released at the time tickets go on sale so that patrons may make a choice about their attendance.
  • Touchless hand sanitizing stations will remain throughout the facility for patron use.
  • Patrons are encouraged to social distance when possible.
  • Tickets can be purchased online at wagnernoel.com and can be downloaded and displayed on a mobile device to encourage a touchless entry process.
  • Only small handbags are allowed in the venue. Bags should be no larger than 8x10x6 inches in size. No backpacks or tote bags allowed. Diaper bags will be searched and tagged. A small clear bag is recommended. The intent is to limit the touchpoints for our employees performing the bag check process.
  • The Wagner Noël PAC continues to spray a disinfectant barrier every 60-90 days in addition to daily cleanings.

If you are purchasing tickets for a group of people, please share the above information with everyone in your party. 

Wagner Noël staff will continue to wear a face mask for the protection of its patrons, tour guests, crew members, and artists.