Performances at Kirkland Fine Arts Center, Millikin College of Fine Arts events canceled

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[September 16, 2020]  Due to Governor J.B. Pritzker's mandate to cancel or postpone all events with 1,000 or more attendees, Kirkland Fine Arts Center has adjusted its operations in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The A Cappella Live! performance on March 27 and The Official Blues Brothers Revue concert on April 4 at Kirkland Fine Arts Center have been canceled. Additionally, all Millikin College of Fine Arts events through April 30, including School of Theatre & Dance and School of Music performances as well as Art Department receptions, regardless of venue, have been canceled.

Ticket purchasers will be contacted regarding the status of performances. If ticket holders wish to forego a refund, or a credit for future shows, Millikin University is offering the opportunity to apply the refund as a donation to the arts on Millikin's campus or to Millikin as an institution.

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In the event that Kirkland Fine Arts Center is able to reschedule an event, ticket buyers will be notified of the new event details as soon as possible.

The arts at Millikin thrive through your patronage and support. We appreciate your patience as well as your generosity and understanding in the challenging days and weeks to come.

For further information on Millikin University's response to the coronavirus pandemic, please visit coronavirus-and-covid-19. 

[Millikin University Director of Media Relations and Publications Dane Lisser]

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