Brampton’s Rose Theatre postpones shows due to COVID-19 restrictions


Published January 10, 2022 at 3:45 pm

Some performances at Brampton’s Rose Theater are being put on hold due to Ontario’s latest batch of COVID-19 restrictions.

In post on Facebook, the Rose said it is delaying the start of its winter/spring 2022 season in accordance with the province’s most recent guidelines for performing arts venues.

The new rules came into effect last week, and the Rose says following performances will be rescheduled:

  • 6 Guitars – originally scheduled for Jan. 22
  • B-Jazzed: Salsa In The Snow – originally scheduled for Jan. 25
  • Tom Cochrane and Red Rider – originally scheduled for Jan. 27
  • The Washboard Union – originally scheduled for Jan. 29
  • The Original Wailers – originally scheduled for Feb. 4

The Rose said it is working with the artists to reschedule events and to ensure all patrons will still have a chance to attend.

“Current ticket holders will be contacted directly by a member of The Rose Brampton’s Box Office team with further details and alternate ticketing options,” the theatre said in a statement.

Tickets to the winter/spring 2022 season are still on sale at 50 per cent capacity, and the theatre said new dates will be announced in the near future.

“We look forward to welcoming you back to The Rose to experience the power of live performance,” the statement reads.

Ticket holders can contact [email protected] for refund details.

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