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Purchase tickets or new subscriptions with confidence knowing that you will receive a full refund if the show is cancelled. If the show is postponed, you can retain your ticket to attend on the new, rescheduled date. If for any reason you cannot make the rescheduled date, you will also have the option to receive a credit or refund. Purchasing your tickets today allows the Broward Center to ensure that we will emerge as a gathering place for all and continue to fulfill our mission to build community through the arts. Additional terms and conditions may apply. Check your event for details.
While the theater lights remain dimmed due to the impact of COVID-19, we wanted to provide an update as we look to the future. The Broward Center continues to follow the guidance of local and state officials and remain prepared to respond and adapt to evolving directives. At this time, we do not know when our theaters will be permitted to open but we are preparing for a variety of scenarios based on the evolving science and guidance of health professionals.
We have prepared a reopening plan for submission to Broward County government which outlines new procedures and protocols we will follow. The plan has been developed in accordance with CDC guidelines and in collaboration with Cleveland Clinic. While the theaters remain closed, we continue to look at all aspects of the customer experience with the goal of providing the best possible experience within the new guidelines that will include physical distancing, required masks or facial coverings, extensive cleaning and sanitizing. The health and wellbeing of our guests, staff, volunteers, artists, cast and crew remains our top priority.
The practical considerations of the performing arts industry are uniquely challenging. National tours are not able to rehearse or make plans to go out ‘on the road’ and physical distancing requirements limit seating capacity in ways that make it difficult to viably open our theaters. These realities have created challenges for the Broward Center and our peers.
While our community may be starting to reopen slowly, it’s clear that large theater venues will be among the last facilities to reopen. We continue to reschedule many of the concerts and events we had slated for the summer and the fall. Below you’ll find the latest updates regarding the shows that have been cancelled or postponed as well as your options regarding your ticket purchase.
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Participants in classes in the Rose Miniaci Arts Education Center will receive information directly from the Registrar regarding individual classes. See updates here.
RESCHEDULED PERFORMANCES: If you have tickets to a performance that has been rescheduled, please keep your original tickets. All tickets will be honored on the new performance date. If you are unable to attend any of the performances listed below on the new date, you have options. Requests for refunds must be made before deadline by contacting Ticketmaster Customer Service at 800.653.8000 or by using email or live chat online. See your event for more details.
Broward College Speaker Series: Abby Wambach – Sept 8, 2020
Symphony of the Americas: Three Pianos ~ Eight Hands – Sept 16, 2020
South Florida Ballet Theater – Sept 26, 2020
Mary Gauthier – Oct 4, 2020
Under the Streetlamp – Oct 9, 2020 at Amaturo Theater
Alan Chamo – Oct 9 & 10, 2020
Broward College Speaker Series: Jose Andres – Oct 21, 2020
Jon McLaughlin – Oct 25, 2020
Jonny Lang – Oct 26 at Au-Rene Theater
Music of Cream – Nov 5, 2020 at Amaturo Theater
Justin Hayward – Nov 9, 2020
Bruce Hornsby – Nov 11, 2020 at Au-Rene Theater
Buddy Guy/Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Nov 13, 2020
Symphony of the Americas Merci Maestro – Nov 13, 2020
Damien Escobar – Nov 19, 2020
Men Who Dance – Nov 28, 2020
Dave Mason – Dec 2, 2020
Geoff Tate – Dec 5, 2020 at Amaturo Theater
Chris MacDonald Memories of Elvis – Jan 9, 2021
Randy Rainbow – Jan 9, 2021
Shen Yun – Jan 26 & 27, 2021
Santino Fontana – Feb 2, 2021
Neil deGrasse Tyson – Feb 2, 2021
Mary Chapin Carpenter/Shawn Colvin – Feb 27, 2021
Gino Vannelli – Mar 7, 2021
Little River Band – Mar 13, 2021
Manhattan Transfer – Mar 14, 2021
Paula Poundstone – Mar 19, 2021
Village People - Mar 20, 2021
Paul Anka – Mar 24, 2021
Ragtime – Mar 19 - Apr 4, 2021
Jonathan Antoine – Apr 16, 2021
Steve Hackett – Apr 20, 2021
BenDeLaCreme – Apr 21, 2021
Colin Hay – Apr 29, 2021
Jackie Evancho – May 1, 2021
One Night of Queen – May 16, 2021
David Archuleta – June 12, 2021
Atlantic City Boys – June 19, 2021
The Masked Singer National Tour – July 2, 2021
Alan Parsons live Project, TBA
POSTPONED PERFORMANCES: If you have tickets to a performance that has been postponed, please hold your tickets and wait for the new performance date to be announced. We understand you may not be able to attend, and we will contact ticketholders with information about receiving a refund or credit to attend another event.
Miami City Ballet: Program IV, Apr 25-26
Legally Blonde, Jr. - Youth Spring Musical, Apr 29 & 30
Florida Grand Opera: Rigoletto, Apr 30 & May 2
A Chorus Line - Teen Spring Musical, May 1 & 2
Scooby-Doo! and The Lost City of Gold, June 20 & 21
Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida, June 27 & 28
Squeeze – The Squeeze Songbook Tour, Aug 16
To Kill A Mockingbird, Oct 13-25
CANCALLED PERFORMANCES: If you have tickets to an event that has been cancelled, you will receive an email notification of the cancellation and you will automatically receive a refund. You can expect your refund within 30 days from the date of cancellation announcement.
Chris Botti, July 9, 2020
Eric Johnson, Aug 11
Footloose, Aug 21-Sep 6
The Choir of Man – Jan 29, 2021
These are challenging times for all in our community. The impact of these cancellations will have a dramatic impact on our entire Broward Center family. We are committed to getting through this unprecedented time, making every effort to minimize the negative impact on the people who bring the arts to you. As we look to the future, we know the arts will continue to unite and inspire us, and the curtain will rise again.
We are a resilient organization, but your help will be vital to our future. Please consider a gift to the Broward Center. With your support, we will emerge once again as a gathering place for all and continue to fulfill our mission to build community through the arts. If you are able to support the Broward Center, please click here to make a donation. If you choose not to make a donation, no action is required; your refund will be automatically processed.
Thank you for your loyalty and your support.
If there is anything else we can help you with, please use the Broward Center online contact us form to receive the quickest response. We appreciate your continued patience and your support as we work through this challenging time together and we look forward to welcoming you back soon. In the meantime, we hope you’ll be part of our online arts community as we find new ways to engage with the arts and each other. Stay connected with us during this intermission, we miss you.
Broward Center’s AutoNation Box Office: 954.462.0222
Monday–Friday, 10:00 AM–5:00 PM (Please note call volume is extremely high at this time.)
Group Sales: 954.660.6307 or email.
Monday–Friday, 10:00 AM–4:30 PM
Broadway in Fort Lauderdale Subscriber Service Center: 800.764.0700
Monday–Friday, 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
Slow Burn Theatre Co. Subscriber Service Center: 954.468.3280
Monday–Friday, 10:00 AM–5:00 PM
Information for Benefactors: 954.468.3289 or email.
Information for Entourage and Ghost Light Society Members: 954.468.2681 or email.
Information for class participants: Participants will receive information directly from the Registrar regarding individual classes.