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UPDATED March 18, 2020 at 8:45 AM

With the best interests of the South Florida community in mind, all public performances at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts and Parker Playhouse will be postponed or cancelled through April 16, 2020. This decision was based on the mandate from our local officials on March 13, 2020 to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

"The well being of our guests, artists, staff and volunteers is of paramount importance," said Kelley Shanley, Broward Center President & CEO. "Our mission is to serve the community through engagement in the arts, and in these challenging times, our community will be best served by postponing our performances. We appreciate the continued leadership of our public officials and we remain prepared to respond to evolving circumstances."

Keeping your tickets guarantees your same seat* and price. You always have the option for a refund when the new date is announced. With very few exceptions, most performances are postponed, not cancelled. We are working diligently with presenting partners and artist management to reschedule performances that were originally scheduled through April 16, 2020. Please give us the next few weeks to announce new dates before requesting a refund. 

For the most up-to-date status on each event scroll below or click here


SHOW STATUS: UPDATED March 23, 2020 at 11:00 AM

Manhattan Transfer, March 13  – Rescheduled date TBA

Brian Regan, March 14 – Rescheduled TBA

Geoff Tate, March 18 – Rescheduled date December 3, 2020 in the Amaturo Theater

Whindersson Nunes, March 19 – Rescheduled date TBA

Choir of Man, March 20 – Reschedule date TBA

Paula Poundstone, March 21 – Rescheduled date TBA

Gino Vannelli, March 22 – Rescheduled date TBA

Bruce Hornsby, March 23 – Rescheduled dateTBA

Steve Hackett, March 24 – Rescheduled date TBA

Little River Band, March 26 – Rescheduled date March 13, 2021

Music of Cream, March 25 – Rescheduled date TBA

Everly Brothers, March 27 – Cancelled

Village People, March 28 – Rescheduled date TBA

Spanish Harlem Orchestra, March 29 – Cancelled

Under the Streetlamp, April 1 – Rescheduled date TBA

Santino Fontana, April 3 –Rescheduled date TBA

Jackie Evancho, April 4 – Rescheduled date TBA

Mary Chapin Carpenter/Shawn Colvin, April 5 – Rescheduled date TBA


PLEASE NOTE: At this time, we are only processing requests on tickets purchased from Ticketmaster, the Broward Center and Parker Playhouse for performances scheduled through April 16, 2020. This allows us to service the high volume of guests holding tickets directly impacted by the paused performances through April 16. Your patience allows our team to direct our resources where it most benefits you, our customers.

Contact Us online for the most efficient response time. Please provide all requested information via the form. Your question or concern will be logged and communicated to the appropriate staff to ensure a swift response while call volume remains high at this time.

954.462.0222 | Broward Center’s AutoNation Box Office
Monday–Friday, 10:00 AM–5:00 PM. Note, call volume is extremely high at this time. 

WHAT ELSE CAN I DO?
Please log in to your Ticketmaster account or your subscriber Account Manager and make sure your contact info is up to date and includes your current email, mail address and the best phone number to reach you. We will remain in communication with you during this unprecedented hiatus with more details about new dates for the postponed performances. Thank you for your patience while we diligently work to reschedule many artists and performances.

*In the rare case where a performance changes venue, for example, moves from the Parker Playhouse to the Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center, current ticket holders will be reseated with priority into comparable reserved seat locations. Should this occur, current ticket holders will be contacted directly by Broward Center’s AutoNation Box Office with further instructions.

 

POSTED March 13, 2020 at 11:45 AM