The complete list of postponed, rescheduled, and canceled spring performances:
Postmodern Jukebox - Wednesday, March 18 - will be rescheduled, TBD
An Evening with C.S. Lewis –
rescheduled to Sunday, September 27 - This performance is being rescheduled to a date in 2021, TBD
Whose Live Anyway? – Wednesday, April 15 - will be rescheduled, TBD
Amir Elsaffar’s Rivers of Sound – April 23 - Postponed
The Lift Concert Series presents The Westerlies – April 29 - Canceled
An Acoustic Evening with Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt - May 6 - Canceled
Howie Mandel, Live! -
Rescheduled to September 23, 2020 - This performance is being rescheduled to a date in 2021, TBD
The Moth, True Stories Told Live -
Rescheduled to October 6, 2020 - This performance is being rescheduled to a date in 2021, TBD
Zero -Steve Kimock, Greg Anton, Melvin Seals, Pete Sears, & Hadi Al-Saadoon -
Rescheduled to November 20, 2020 - This performance is being rescheduled to a date in 2021, TBD
If you are a ticket holder to a show that is postponed, you may hold on to your ticket, it will be valid for the rescheduled date. If you cannot use your tickets for a rescheduled performance, you can apply the balance to a Music Hall gift card or consider returning them to us as a tax-deductible donation to help us survive this difficult situation. A measure in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act grants taxpayers an above-the-line deduction for up to $300 in charitable donations starting in 2020. So, even if you don’t normally itemize your charitable contributions, you can get credit for this gift on your taxes.
We’ll keep you informed on additional changes to our performance schedule. If you have any questions, please contact the Box Office at 518-273-0038 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. There may be a delay in our response, we thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
Music has the power to shine light into darkness. The future is bright but only if we stay strong, stay connected, and work together.