THE WOODLANDS, Texas — The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion will be postponing or canceling previously-scheduled events and activities through early June. The list includes the Brooks and Dunn, Jimmy Buffet and Chicago concerts, which have been rescheduled.
Current impacted events include:
- 4/12: The Woodlands First Easter Service (see church site for more info) – CANCELED
- 4/22: Musical Scores (Educational Outreach Event) – CANCELED
- 5/1: Houston Ballet (Performing Arts Event) – POSTPONED
- 5/8: Houston Symphony: Music of Queen (Performing Arts Event) – POSTPONED
- 5/16*: Jimmy Buffett and The Coral Reefer Band (Live Nation Co-Promoted Concert) – RESCHEDULED TO 6/27/20
- 5/20*: Houston Grand Opera: Rigoletto (Performing Arts Event) – CANCELED
- 6/6 The Brooks and Dunn concert has been postponed to Thursday, October 29, 2020. All tickets for the original date will be good for the new date.
- 6/27*: Chicago with Rick Springfield RESCHEDULED TO 6/26/20
The Pavilion administrative offices will close beginning Tuesday, March 17 with an anticipated reopen date of Wednesday, April 1. Additionally, the Box Office originally scheduled to reopen for the season on Monday, March 23 will now remain closed until further notice. Fans can still get information and their questions answered by emailing email@example.com or by messaging one of our social media channels.
The Pavilion is working on new date options with our partners and will share as information becomes available. Current ticketholders are encouraged to hold on to their original tickets as they will be honored for any rescheduled date.
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