Please be advised that Bikini Kill originally scheduled for the Wang Theatre on November 23, 2020 has been rescheduled to a new date on October 8, 2021. Your original tickets will be automatically transferred to the new date October 8, 2021. For shows that have been postponed or rescheduled due to the impact of the coronavirus AEG Presents will be offering ticketholders the opportunity to obtain refunds. Refund requests will be honored for any postponed show, once the rescheduled date has been announced. Ticketholders will have 30 DAYS to request a refund on all rescheduled shows. To contact Ticketmaster customer service, please call 800-982-2787.
Please note that there will be a delay in refunds with Ticketmaster due to the volume of refund requests they have right now across the country. At this time, our box office is closed. For tickets purchased in-person with a credit card at our box office, please email email@example.com for a refund. We will be able to issue refunds for patrons that purchased their tickets with cash at the box office as soon as we are allowed to re-open. We appreciate your patience.
The health and safety of our patrons, staff, and performers are of the utmost importance to us. This is a unique time in our community and we appreciate your understanding of this matter. With the changing nature of the response to coronavirus, please check our emails, social accounts, and visit https://www.bochcenter.org/COVID19 for updates.
The arts are fundamental to a healthy community. While the full financial impact of COVID-19 is to be determined, we know we will be impacted in unprecedented ways. We are also confident that with your ongoing support we will emerge from this with a renewed resilience and unwavering commitment to bringing the very best live entertainment and award-winning free arts programs to the community. Please consider supporting the arts, education, and live performance through a donation at https://www.bochcenter.org/donate.
We will be open soon! Please be safe and stay healthy.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wang Theatre has housed the performing arts since opening in 1925, developing from a movie “cathedral” and home to vaudeville musicals and big bands, to today’s role as an impressive venue for world-class theatre, music, Broadway, and dance.