On March 12, City of Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer signed a proclamation stating limitations on organized assemblages on city-owned property.

As the Harrah’s Cherokee Center — Asheville is owned and operated by the City of Asheville, all events expecting 250 persons or greater through April 5, 2020 will be cancelled or rescheduled effective immediately. This restriction may continue further into the month of April.

“At this time we are focused on rescheduling events in the next three weeks,” center officials said in a statement.

Upcoming Ticketed Events

Sesame Street Live — March 18: Cancelled

Asheville Symphony — March 21: Cancelled

Jeff Dunham — March 21: Rescheduled to July 9, 2020 at 7 p.m.

Asheville Symphony — April 4: Cancelled

Rescheduled events:

All tickets for the previously scheduled show will remain valid for the future date. All ticket buyers will be emailed when a new date is announced. For additional information, please submit a Box Office & Ticketing Inquiry.

Cancelled Events:

For applicable events, tickets refunds are available at point of purchase.

If purchased from the Asheville Symphony box office, call 828-254-7046.

If purchased online from Ticketmaster.com, tickets will be automatically refunded within the next 5 business days, with questions please visit Ticketmaster Customer Service or call 800-653-8000.

If purchased at the venue box office, bring your ticket(s) to the venue box office for a refund.

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