Amidst continuing health and safety concerns due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Tri-Cities Historical Museum has decided to cancel the 2020-2021 season of the Music at the Museum Concert Series and postpone making any decisions about future seasons.
With the safety and well-being of visitors, staff and artists as their highest priority, we are implementing policies and requirements for social distancing, limits on group gathering sizes, and regulations for visitors to the museum. We recognize that this is a disappointing decision for all parties involved and are working to offer an alternative option for supporting the many talented artists that we have worked with previously. These options will most likely include live video and audio stream virtual concerts to be announced at a later date.
We would like to thank Marianne Fischer and Jack Clark of Red House Concert Series who have worked tirelessly as our concert promoters for the past 5 seasons. As a direct result of their passion and creativity, we have been able to offer incredible performances by a variety of artists from across the country. We wish them well in their future ventures and hope that we are able to collaborate again at some point in the future to offer the Tri-Cities such an array of talented acts.
We will be offering refunds for a period of 60 days starting on Tuesday, July 14. Refunds requests must be submitted in person or through the mail at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum for tickets purchased to the cancelled March 13, 2020 Joshua Davis wsg Channing and Quinn show and the cancelled April 17, 2020 The Crane Wives wsg Earth Radio. Original tickets must be presented to receive a refund which will be issued in the form of a check payable to ticket bearer. We will also offer the option to donate the amount paid per ticket to the artist or to the Tri-Cities Historical Museum. For more information, please contact Julie Bunke at 616-842-0700 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org