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Goldenvoice is announcing all of their events are being postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The organization is saying there is no information about rescheduling new dates for their concerts at the moment.
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Currently, they were set to have concerts from artists including the Killers, MewithoutYou, Rage Against The Machine, Bad Religion, Attila and tons more take place.
All of these shows are being put on hold for the time being. If they are rescheduled, originally purchased tickets will be honoured. In a scenario where the shows cannot proceed, refunds are automatically issuing to customers within 30 days.
This is a change from their previous stance saying all of their venues would be closing through March 31. At that time, all shows after that date were set to go ahead.
Due to the California Governor’s mandated capacity limitations on gatherings, some of our venues will be closed until March 31 subject to ongoing reassessment by state & local officials. Please continue to check https://t.co/jaex1Bq7zf for updated info. pic.twitter.com/fLslpalJmM
— goldenvoice (@goldenvoice) March 13, 2020
You can read their statement below.
“Due to COVID-19 all Goldenvoice events have been postponed indefinitely.
At this time there is no information on new dates. However, if new dates are announced there is nothing you need to do. Your tickets will be valid for the new date and you will be notified.
If the event cannot be rescheduled once the moratorium is lifted, a refund will automatically be issued to the credit card you used to purchase, within 30 business days.
We will follow the recommendations of local health authorities as to when each event may be rescheduled. Please check back here for updates.”
You can keep track of all of the events and tours canceling or postponing due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic here.
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