Today, the City of Jacksonville asked that all events of 500 or more people to postpone or cancel.
This effects these Florida Theatre performances:
Kenny G on March 13
The Orchestra on March 14 ( *rescheduled for July 11 at 8pm)
Pete The Cat for Schools on March 18
Pilobolus on March 21
Yes & The Alan Parsons Live Project on March 24
America on March 25
MasterChef Jr. Live on March 27
Brothers Again on March 28
Pablo Cruise at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall on March 28
The SteelDrivers on March 29
Florida Theatre President Numa Saisselin said, “The Florida Theatre responded by postponing all events through April 1. This is an unprecedented, global situation, not just a Jacksonville or a Florida Theatre problem. The Florida Theatre exists to bring people together, physically and spiritually, and we’re not used to asking people not to come here, but we all have to work together.”
Florida Theatre staff members are working to communicate directly with patrons who purchased tickets for these shows, and moving forward will communicate the status of individual shows.
Additionally, theatre staff is working closely with each artist to reschedule as many of the effected performances as possible.
The Orchestra performance that was schedule for Saturday, March 14 has been rescheduled on July 11 at 8pm.
We will continue to update our web site and social media platforms as new information becomes available.
For patrons who have questions, the Florida Theatre Administrative Office and Box Office are open for business. The box office phone number is 904.355.ARTS(2787).
The historic nonprofit Florida Theatre is sponsored by Community First Credit Union.
For a complete list of upcoming events or to buy tickets visit the Theatre’s official web site floridatheatre.com.
Kathryn Wills, Director of Marketing