COVID-19 UPDATE: King Center for Performing Arts Announces Postponements and Cancellations

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Ticket holders for shows that are canceled will be refunded to their original payment method

The King Center for the Performing Arts has been closed since March 17 and announced the following shows are either postponed or canceled.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The King Center for the Performing Arts has been closed since March 17 and announced the following shows are either postponed or canceled:

• Beginnings: The Music of Chicago, March 22 – POSTPONED

• Theatre for Youth – Vocal Trash, March 24 – CANCELED

• Hotel California, March 26 – POSTPONED

• Howard Jones, March 27 – CANCELED

• Buddy Guy/Kenny Wayne Shepherd, March 29 – POSTPONED

• Threatre for Youth – Gordon Gumshoe, March 31 – CANCELED

• The Music of Cream, April 1 – POSTPONED

• Brevard Symphony Orchestra, April 4 – POSTPONED

• Frankie Valli, April 5 – POSTPONED

• Tab Benoit, April 7 – POSTPONED

• A Bowie Celebration, April 8 – POSTPONED

• The Four Tops, April 10 – POSTPONED

• Bruce in the USA, April 18 – POSTPONED

• The Kingdom Choir, April 25 – POSTPONED

• Guitar G-Force, April 25 – CANCELED

• Brevard Community Chorus, May 2 – POSTPONED

• Peppa Pig Live, May 19 – POSTPONED

Ticket holders for shows that are canceled will be automatically refunded to their original payment method. Ticket holders for shows that are postponed may hang onto their tickets for now, and we will provide further information at a later date.

If you are unable to attend the rescheduled show date and would like to receive a refund or gift certificate, you will be able to do so.

The box office will remain open at this time with normal business hours, Monday through Friday, noon to 6 p.m., Saturday, noon to 4 p.m.

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