Coronavirus

Response and Updates

Although the Center remains closed until further notice, we still want you to connect to important news, information, and FAQs about our response to COVID-19. During this time, look for updates on this page, via email, as well as on our social media channels.

Your safety and well-being is our priority. Under the University’s guidance, we began those safety measures on March 11, 2020, by canceling all events at the Center for the remainder of the academic year. [Read the announcement]

Through your support, you have shown that you believe in the power of live performance and the cinematic arts. Thank you.

 

FAQs

Questions About Upcoming Events

Will I receive a Presenting Series season brochure?
Due to these extraordinary circumstances, the 2020–2021 season brochure is only available online.

When do tickets go on sale?
Presenting Series season tickets are on sale as of May 11 and single ticket sales begin July 20. Currently, these are the only events on sale. Continue to visit our Events page for updates.

Will any additional shows be postponed or canceled?
At this time, events scheduled for the fall of 2020 are expected to proceed as planned. We’ll communicate any program changes via the Center’s website, email, and social media.

How do you handle refunds?
If a paid, ticketed event is canceled or postponed to protect public and community health you may request the Ticket Office place those funds on your DPAC account for future use or process a refund to the original method of payment. Refer to Ticket Information for details.

 

General Questions

How do I contact the Ticket Office while you’re closed?
Reach the Ticket Office by phone at (574) 631-2800 and leave a message or email performingarts@nd.edu. You’ll receive a response within one business day.

When will you re-open?
The Center’s closure is temporary. However, we can’t yet provide a date when the building will be open for the return of the faculty and staff working remotely or open to the public. The University is planning a phased re-opening of campus based on federal, state, and local health requirements.

How can I stay connected to the arts during this time?
You’re invited to stay connected by joining us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube where you’ll find artist highlights, streaming recommendations, trivia, and more. And, sign up to receive our weekly email here.

Where can I find additional information about the Coronavirus?
For additional information on the University’s response as well as links to other public health resources, visit Notre Dame Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response.

 

Last updated May 7, 2020.