Events at Frank Erwin Center, Bass Concert Hall postponed due to coronavirus concerns
AUSTIN, Texas – The Frank Erwin Center has announced that all events have been postponed in response to growing concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Thusday, during a press conference held by UT leaders, it was announced that all events at the Frank Erwin Center would be postponed immediately. According to a Facebook post from the Center, no immediate decision has been taken on whether the events will resume.
“For the health, safety and well-being of all of its patrons, artists and staff, we have decided to postpone upcoming events at the Erwin Center for the near future,” said the vice president and sports director of UT, Chris Del Conte. “After discussion with university officials and the management of the Erwin Center, we believe it is in the best interests of all involved to proceed with great caution in events at this institution.”
The Center also said ticket holders will be contacted directly for any postponed events.
At the same press conference, UT Austin President Gregory L. Fenves announced that events at Bass concert hall will also be postponed at that time.
The decision to postpone events comes a day after the University announced it would extend its spring break for students and that classes will resume on campus on Monday March 30 and students should plan to return before this date.
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