Coronavirus and concerts: What no shows means for Weidner Center |  Herald Times Reporter

The Weidner Center at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay was just a few weeks away from announcing its 2020-21 season in April when the shutdown hit. The season would’ve launched in fall, but instead many of the performances — yet to be revealed — have been pushed back to next spring and some even to fall of 2021.

It started with a nearly sold-out Joe Bonamassa concert on March 12 that was canceled the morning of. Another 15 to 20 public spring performances were impacted, including a handful of shows rescheduled for fall that look increasingly more likely to have to be moved again into 2021. It became a giant puzzle of trying to make new dates fit.

Source: Coronavirus and concerts: What no shows means for Resch Center, Weidner Center, Meyer Theatre and Green Bay economy | Herald Times Reporter

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