RiverCenter for the Performing Arts to Extend Suspension Dates

Mar 20, 2020

For Immediate Release                                                                               

March 20, 2020                                                                                                     
CONTACT: Carrie Corbett

Director of Marketing


RiverCenter for the Performing Arts to Extend Suspension Dates
Columbus, Georgia- – RiverCenter announced today that it will extend its suspension of events through April 13.
RiverCenter’s lobby is closed to the public. Employees are working remotely to provide continuation of
services. The box office remains open for phone and email transactions, but out of concern for the health of
patrons and staff, has discontinued in-person transactions until the threat of COVID-19 has passed.
In addition to the extended period of event suspension, the previously scheduled dates for Complexions
Contemporary Ballet’s two-day educational residency with schools and other civic organizations on April 14 and 15, and public performance on April 16 will be rescheduled at a date yet to be determined.
All tickets issued for the April 16 Complexions performance will be honored for the rescheduled performance. The box office will be in touch with all ticket holders as soon new dates are confirmed and will discuss options with patrons at that time.
“We hope all of our ticket holders will be able to join us for the rescheduled performance, but if not, their
ticket purchase will be refunded at that time, or they may choose to donate their ticket and a tax letter will be issued to them to reflect their donation,” said Easterbrook.
Information on rescheduled performance dates are posted to RiverCenter’s website at
RiverCenter is the region's premier performing arts destination. An independent nonprofit arts organization, RiverCenter proudly serves the Chattahoochee Valley. For more information about RiverCenter performances, please contact Carrie Corbett at