COVID-19 Updates

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Updated 3/26/20
Narrows Music News

Hello Friends,

I hope all of you are doing well. We miss all of you. Here at the Narrows, we have been rescheduling shows, adding some killer new shows we can’t talk about yet, and hoping to get back in business soon. The more we practice social distancing and stay at home, the sooner that will happen. We are rescheduling or cancelling all shows through the end of May.

We know these times are strange and uncharted. Even though we can’t be together, we must unite in spirit and cooperation to help each other to get through these trying times. There are some great musicians putting on live-stream concerts, etc. Check out and support some of these events. They will make you feel good and you will be helping out some people who really need it. Very few industries have been hurt as bad as the concert industry. We all know that live music is essential for the soul. Rest assured live music will be back. Until then stay safe, listen to the music, and be kind to one another.

See You at the Shows

 

Updated 3/25/19
JD McPherson 5/1 show rescheduled to 8/22.
Asleep at the Wheel 4/11 show cancelled.
Songwriter’s Circle ft. Joshua Radin, Son Little, and Nicki Bluhm 6/4 show cancelled.

 

Updated 3/23/20
Martin Sexton 5/15 show rescheduled to 10/24.

 

Updated 3/19/20
The James Hunter Six 3/27 show rescheduled to 6/19.

 

Updated 3/18/20
Shemekia Copeland 4/10 show rescheduled to 6/26.

 

Updated 3/17/20
The Schemers cancelled.
Steve Forbert 4/17 show rescheduled to 12/3.
An Evening With Jonathan Edwards 4/25 show rescheduled to 7/10.
Colby James & The Ramblers 5/9 show rescheduled to 6/12.

 

Updated 3/15/20

The Narrows Box Office and Gallery will be closed until March 31st for the safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors. Emails and phone messages will be monitored remotely.

 

Updated 3/14/20
Narrows Center COVID-19 Update:

Hello Friends of the Narrows,

We realize that everybody’s world has been turned upside down by recent events. We hope you are all well; we want to let you know that we are good. The health and well-being of our friends, family and society at large is everyone’s utmost concern. This will be a good time to read that book you were hoping to get to, dig deep into those great music collections you have and spend some downtime with loved ones.

The Narrows Center is suspending our concert schedule until further notice. We are currently rescheduling all our shows thru mid April and will continue to evaluate the situation as we move forward. Hopefully, we will get a handle on the situation quickly and we can all go back to what we were doing before this. Thanks to your generous support over the years, our great volunteers, staff, and our Board of Directors, the Narrows Center has the financial stability and organizational resilience to survive these events. This too shall pass. Think of how much fun and great music we will have to enjoy together soon. Stay well, calm and positive.

See You at the Shows

Sincerely,

Patrick Norton
Executive Director

 

Updated 3/14/20
Pousette-Dart Band 3/20 show rescheduled to 6/20.
The James Hunter Trio 3/27 show to be rescheduled. New date pending.
Journeyman – A Tribute to Eric Clapton 3/28 show rescheduled to 10/9.
David Wax Museum 4/2 show rescheduled to 8/20.
George Winston 4/5 show rescheduled to 10/30.
The Carol Campbell Concert for Charity 4/19 show to be rescheduled. New date pending.

 

Updated 3/13/20
Kat Wright 3/14 show rescheduled to 7/18.
Howard Jones Trio cancelled.

 

Updated 3/11/20
A Message from the Narrows Center about the Coronavirus:

The health and safety of our staff, volunteers, audiences and performing artists is of utmost importance to us. Due to the public health concerns of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Narrows is taking precautions by increasing cleaning and disinfecting our public spaces. We encourage everyone to follow best hygiene practices regarding hand washing, avoiding face touching and covering sneezes and coughs. We ask any patron who may have been exposed to COVID-19, or is exhibiting symptoms, to please stay home. Symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath. All staff, volunteers and audience members who are not feeling well are encouraged to stay home.

In light of this, the Narrows is amending our “No Cancellations” policy. Until further notice, tickets already purchased will be available for cancellation and a credit will be issued toward a future ticket purchase. Contact the office by phone or email to request the cancellation.

The Narrows Center will continue to monitor CDC advice and will follow the recommendations of local and state authorities. All upcoming concerts will take place as scheduled unless we are advised otherwise. Further updates will be made via email as well as posted on our website, Facebook and Instagram accounts.

We are committed to bringing you Music that Matters and Art that Inspires and will do so while maintaining health and safety as our highest priority.

Thank you for your understanding and your help in our efforts. We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming show.

Sincerely,

Patrick Norton
Executive Director

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