Burlington Performing Arts Centre postponing several upcoming events due to COVID-19 restrictions

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Published January 5, 2022 at 10:16 am

The Burlington Performing Arts Centre has announced a rash of postponements and cancellations to upcoming shows.

In response to the new shutdowns announced by the Province, the BPAC will be closing its doors until at least Jan. 27.

The following shows have either been rescheduled or cancelled:

  • Air Supply, Jan. 13, rescheduled to Sept. 15
  • Live & Local hosted by The Mark Lalama Trio, Jan. 16, rescheduled to Feb. 20 with a livestream option added
  • Canadian Jazz All-Stars, Jan. 21, postponed, no new date
  • Piaf! The Show, Jan. 23, postponed, no new date
  • Sam Polley and The Old Tomorrows, Jan. 29, postponed, no new date
  • The Big Band Swing Era, Jan. 30, postponed, no new date
  • Rock Legends Live presents: The Essence of Cohen, postponed, no new date
  • Tom Cochrane with Red Rider, Feb. 10, postponed, no new date
  • The Original Wailers, Feb. 17, postponed, no new date
  • The Irish Rovers, Feb. 20, postponed, no new date

BPAC is currently working through refunding customers and asks you to be patient as they process the large volume.

For more information, visit the BPAC website.

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