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CU Presents public health update: the coronavirus (COVID-19)

April 3, 2020:

During the COVID-19 crisis, we’d like to reassure ticket buyers that if an event is canceled by CU Presents, we will reach out to ticket holders to offer refunds and other options.

As of Monday, March 16, the CU Presents Box Office is closed for walk-up service until further notice. We are available by phone Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

All Spring 2020 College of Music events have been canceled. This includes Eklund Opera, Artist Series, Takács Quartet, ensemble performances and all other public events. We will be in touch with ticketholders soon regarding next steps.

All Spring 2020 Department of Theatre & Dance events have been canceled. We will be in touch with ticketholders soon regarding next steps.

All 2020 Colorado Shakespeare Festival events have been postponed until summer 2021. We will be in touch with ticket holders soon regarding next steps.

CU Presents 2020-21 season tickets are currently on sale and performances are scheduled to be performed as planned.

Please consider a gift to CU Presents programs to help support their continuing work in this time of uncertainty.

CU Presents is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of everyone at our events.  To promote the safest possible conditions on campus, CU Boulder is providing enhanced cleaning throughout campus with increased attention to commonly touched surfaces. You can support these efforts by washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoiding touching your face with unwashed hands, practicing social distancing, and by isolating yourself from public spaces if you feel unwell.

We would also like to remind our campus community that any acts of discrimination, harassment or targeting against members of our Chinese or other Asian or Asian-Pacific Islander communities will not be tolerated. Treating all members of our community with respect is a baseline expectation of our campus. You can report any acts of harassment or discrimination on the Don’t Ignore It website.

Additionally, we would like to point you to updates and resources from the University of Colorado Boulder and Boulder County Health.