Events At The Aronoff Center And Music Hall Cancelled Due to COVID-19

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Yesterday, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued an order banning public gatherings of 100 or more people until further notice to slow the spread of the virus. This directive remains in effect until the State of Emergency is lifted or the Director of Health rescinds the order.

The Cincinnati Arts Association, as well as the resident companies at the Aronoff Center and Music Hall, began to take action on Governor DeWine's directive immediately following the announcement.

FOR INFORMATION ABOUT EVENTS PRESENTED/PRODUCED BY ARONOFF CENTER AND MUSIC HALL RESIDENT COMPANIES, please contact the individual arts organizations or visit their websites: Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Cincinnati, presented by TriHealth; Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops Orchestra; May Festival; Cincinnati Ballet; Cincinnati Opera; Cincinnati Boychoir; Cincinnati Music Theatre; Cincinnati Playwrights Initiative; Contemporary Dance Theater; Exhale Dance Theater; Mamluft&Company Dance; Revolution Dance Theatre.

Currently, they are working to reschedule as many events as possible through April 12. This process may take some time. For the events able to be rescheduled, ticketholders will be notified of the new date and ticket information/options. The most up-to-date status of these events is available on the website.

If an event cancels, all tickets and fees will be automatically refunded to the original method of payment. Cash purchases will be refunded by check. If you have questions, contact CAA Ticketing Services at (513) 621-2787 [ARTS] or NOTE: CAA cannot refund tickets purchased from a ticket reseller. Contact the reseller directly regarding its refund policies.

If the status changes for events scheduled after April 12, we will notify all ticketholders by email and/or phone before the event. The latest updates will be posted on the website and Facebook event pages.

The company will continue to follow the guidance of the State of Ohio, the City of Cincinnati, Hamilton County, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and local health officials, and make future decisions based on the most current directives and in response to changing conditions/timelines.

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