Missoula Symphony Youth Concerts Postponed Thanks to COVID Surge
With the Omicron variant of COVID still very much present and raging across the country, we've had a few events that were supposed to happen over the next few weeks decide to postpone in the interest of caution. One of the more high-profile ones was the Dierks Bentley concert which was scheduled to be at the Adams Center on February 4th; that'll now take place on September 11th of this year.
Also scheduled for February 4th were the annual youth and family concerts sponsored by the Missoula Symphony Association. But, in a press release, the Missoula Symphony has announced that this year's concert - Once Upon a Symphony - is now going to be postponed, due to the ongoing surge of Omicron. They feel that, in the interest of safety for everyone involved with the production and everyone attending, it would be best to postpone and reschedule.
So When Will the Missoula Symphony Youth Concert Actually Take Place?
Luckily, a new date has already been selected - you can expect Once Upon a Symphony to premiere on Sunday, May 1st, 2022 at 3 PM at the Dennison Theatre.
If you've already purchased your tickets for the Feb. 4th show, they've laid out a few different options for you:
OPTION 1: KEEP YOUR TICKETS - Your tickets will be automatically transferred to the new date for our Family Concert. There will be no need to receive replacement tickets—just use the one(s) you have!
OPTION 2: DONATE YOUR TICKETS - If you are unable to make our new postponed concert date, you can donate your ticket amount back to the Missoula Symphony Association. Your donation helps keep symphonic music alive in our community!
OPTION 3: RECEIVE A FULL REFUND - If you are unable to make our new postponed concert date and wish to receive a refund, you can do so by contacting the Missoula Symphony Association at 406-721-3194 or email@example.com.
For more info, you can check out the Missoula Symphony's website.
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