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Reilly Arts Center announces schedule changes due to COVID-19 pandemic

The Reilly Arts Center has announced multiple postponements and cancellations due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Some of those include:

  • Saturday, April 4: WIND FM Fleetwood Max (canceled)
  • Thursday, April 16: CFMC American Spirituals and Folks Songs – (cancelled)
  • Friday, April 17: Gilbert Gottfried (postponed to Nov. 27)
  • Thursday, April 23: 10,000 Maniacs – (postponed)
  • Saturday, April 25 & Sunday, April 26: The OSO “The Meaning of Life” (postponed to June 20021)
  • Thursday, April 30: United Way Lip Sync Competition (postponed)
  • Saturday, May 2: WIND FM presents “Pure Heart” (postponed)
  • Friday, May 8: Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn (postponed)
  • Friday, May 15: Classic Albums LIVE Woodstock (postponed).

Visit https://www.reillyartscenter.com/covid19/ for more information regarding these events, real-time updates and instructions on what to do with your tickets. Things are changing at a quick pace and this is the most efficient to receive updates on the status of the Reilly.

All requests for ticket exchanges, refunds or credits must be made within 30 days of the performance you have tickets to attend. If we do not hear from you within 30 days, your tickets will automatically be donated back to the Reilly Arts Center and you will receive a note in the mail for your generous donation.

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