In an arts season marked by the need to adapt to ongoing change amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Kravis Center announced tour cancellations for the 2020-2021 season. The following shows have cancelled their tours and will not be performing at the Kravis Center:
- The Doo Wop Project, scheduled for December 21
- Salute to Vienna New Year’s Concert, scheduled for January 1
- The Boy Who Cried Wolf, scheduled for January 16 as part of the Family Fare Series
- The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, scheduled for January 19 as part of the Regional Arts Classical Concert Series
- Michael Bolton, scheduled for January 26
- An Intimate Evening with David Foster Hitman Tour, scheduled for January 30
- The Philadelphia Orchestra, scheduled for February 16 and 17 as part of the Regional Arts Classical Concert Series
- Enra, scheduled for February 17 and 18 as part of the PEAK Series
- Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show, scheduled for April 13 to 15
- Quinteto Astor Piazzolla, scheduled for April 24 to 25
In August, the Kravis Center announced the cancellation and rescheduling of performances in its upcoming Regional Arts Classical Concert Series and Kravis On Broadway series. The following shows in the Kravis Center’s Regional Arts Classical Concert Series have cancelled their tours and will no longer be performing on the indicated dates: China Philharmonic Orchestra on November 15, George Li, Piano on December 9, Renée Fleming on January 3, Cleveland Orchestra on January 28, and Buffalo Philharmonic on March 22, all from the “MUSIC At Eight” series; and Internationale Bach Stuttgart on November 22 and Moscow State Symphony Orchestra on January 18, both from the “MUSIC At Two” series.
Jimmy Buffet’s Escape to Margaritaville’s Kravis On Broadway run was rescheduled from December 15 to 20 to January 5 to 10. The tour of My Fair Lady, originally scheduled for January 5 to 10, was cancelled.
Ticket holders for cancelled performances can receive a refund back to their original method of payment, receive a gift certificate to apply toward future ticket purchases, or donate the tickets to the Kravis Center as a tax-deductible gift to help support the Center through these challenging times.