The Bowery Presents will be offering ticketholders the opportunity to obtain refunds on shows that have been postponed due to the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus. Refund requests will be honored for any postponed show, once the rescheduled date has been announced. Ticketholders will then have 30 DAYS to request a refund on all rescheduled shows.
For shows that have already announced a rescheduled date, you will receive an email from the ticketing company beginning May 1 with instructions on how to refund your tickets. You will have 30 DAYS from the time the email is sent to you to request your refund. Tickets purchased AFTER the rescheduled date has been announced will not be eligible for this refund. If you purchased tickets in-person at the box office, you will have 30 DAYS from the date the box office re-opens to request a refund in-person (the box office will re-open when deemed safe to do so by local officials).
If your show hasn't announced a new date yet, please hold on to your tickets. You will be receiving an email notification from the ticketing company when the show is rescheduled, along with information on how to request a refund should you choose not to attend the rescheduled event. Note that if you wish to attend the rescheduled show, your original tickets will remain valid for the new date.
An updated list of The Bowery Presents & AEG Presents shows that have been rescheduled can be found HERE. As a reminder, all original tickets will be valid for the rescheduled dates. As usual, for any canceled events, you will receive an automatic refund. We realize that a delay for refunds on shows that have yet to be rescheduled is an inconvenience, but this process enables us to provide refunds fairly, and hopefully without disruption. We also know how frustrating it can be to wait for answers, so thanks for bearing with us.
Stay well, stay safe, and we will see you all soon.
Forest Hills Stadium in Queens is a New York gem in the middle of a renaissance.
During its first heydey in the 1960s and 70s, the stadium hosted The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Barbra Streisand, and Simon and Garfunkel. Today, icons such as Paul Simon, Alabama Shakes, and Mumford & Sons are back onstage. Read more ›
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