Major entertainment events that had been scheduled for upcoming weeks at venues throughout the Inland Empire, including Center Stage Theater in Fontana, have been cancelled or postponed until at least April 6 due to the coronavirus crisis.
"We ask for your patience as we navigate these unprecedented situations," said Todd and Jennifer Vigiletti, the executive producers at Center Stage, in a message on the theater's website.
"Rest assured that all guests who have purchased tickets will receive not only full credit for their purchase toward another show, but additional incentives as well. If you are able to allow us to transfer your tickets or deposits to a future event, it will go a long way in aiding our team of entertainers and support staff in being able to continue to take care of themselves during this challenging time in our lives. We are currently working on determining what our next steps are in relation to re-scheduling upcoming events. I assure you the show will go on as soon as we are able to do so."
For more information and updates, visit www.centerstagefontana.com.
----- AT TOYOTA ARENA in Ontario, the March concerts featuring Post Malone, the Roadshow 2020, and Brantley Gilbert have been cancelled.
A King of the Cage "Eliminator II" event on April 5 and the Disney On Ice show planned for April 16-19 have also been called off.
The LIT AF Tour hosted by Martin Lawrence is scheduled for April 10.
For more information and updates, visit www.toyota-arena.com.
----- AT LEWIS FAMILY PLAYHOUSE in Rancho Cucamonga, several previously scheduled events have been cancelled through the end of April.
On May 9, a Spring Time Tea Party is planned at the Playhouse. On May 16, the Chipper Experience featuring comedian/magician Chipper Lowell is scheduled to take place, followed by a performance by the Starlets on May 17.
For more information and updates, visit www.lewisfamilyplayhouse.com.