Caesars Windsor Postpones Upcoming Shows Until Fall 2020, Early 2021

Wednesday May 27th, 2020

Posted at 12:49pm

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Caesars Windsor has announced further postponements to shows originally scheduled for the coming months at the Colosseum.

“As a follow up to the previous announcement of rescheduled shows due to the COVID-19 pandemic and our property’s current temporary closure, Caesars Windsor would like to provide additional updates,” officials said in a statement.

“We continue to closely monitor and follow government guidelines and look forward to restarting our Colosseum show programming when it is safe to do so under these government and health authority guidelines,” they said. “In the meantime, we are working diligently with the artists’ agencies to confirm new dates into the fall and early 2021.”

“Providing rescheduled dates will allow our valued guests the opportunity to plan these dates in their calendar.”

Caesars says the following shows have been rescheduled to Fall 2020/Early 2021 and they say specific dates will be announced at a later date:

  • Bachman Cummings
  • Jason Bonham
  • Sebastian Maniscalco (3 shows)
  • Pitbull
  • REO Speedwagon
  • Schitt’s Creek
  • Shinedown

Caesars says the following shows have now been cancelled:

  • Kesha
  • Steve Miller
  • Tash Sultana

Officials say previously purchased tickets for these shows are valid and will be honoured on the new show dates. “If you have already requested a refund and it has been completed and processed through Ticketmaster, your previously purchased ticket is now null and void,” they said.

Refunds for postponed shows will be available upon request through the original point of purchase, officials said, however they say Box Office refunds will only be processed once Caesars Windsor re-opens.  “Once a scheduled show date has been announced for postponed shows purchases will have 30 days to request a refund,” they said.

Caesars says all future Colosseum shows will remain scheduled on their original date until further notice and tickets remain on sale for these shows.

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