Apr 28

Information On Rescheduled Events

Statement Regarding COVID-19

Updated April 24, 2020


A Message From Ticketmaster Regarding Live Event Refunds: 

"As the entire world continues to navigate the impact of COVID-19, tens of thousands of live events around the globe have been canceled or are being rescheduled. Fans are understandably frustrated and confused. Let me start by assuring you that Ticketmaster, with the support of our clients, intends to honor our longstanding practice of allowing refunds on canceled or postponed shows." Read More...

Updated March 15, 2020

Link to Ticketmaster's Guidelines to Postponed Events

Updated March 13, 2020 

The world’s leading forces in live entertainment have come together to form a global task force to drive strategic support and unified direction ensuring precautionary efforts and ongoing protocol are in the best interest of artists, fans, staff and the global community. As such, several large scale tours are re-scheduling and we suggest checking the individual event page on our website for the latest information.

Updated March 11, 2020

By emergency order, Governor Inslee mandated social distancing measures including prohibiting mass gatherings and large community events expected to draw more than 250 people until March 31 to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community.


Tacoma Venues & Events top priority is the health and safety of our guests, clients and employees. We will adhere to this mandated order and follow the expert guidance of public health authorities.


We are reviewing each scheduled event due to happen during the month of March and will provide an update on new dates for these events as quickly as possible. Tickets will be honored for the new dates. Purchasers unable to attend rescheduled dates should contact their point of purchase. 


We will continue to follow the guidance of the CDC, local and state authorities. 


Thank you to our guests, promoters, event planners and partners as we navigate this challenging time. 


For more information about COVID-19, visit the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department's website.