Songbirds Suspends All Shows Through March

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Due to the rapidly evolving concerns surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19), Songbirds has determined it is in the best interest of its employees, customers, and the community to temporarily close its doors beginning on Sunday.

All concerts and museum activities will be suspended. 

Songbirds officials will be monitoring the situation closely on a day-to-day basis and currently plan to resume regular events and museum activity on Wednesday, April 1.

They will take this time to ensure the facility is completely disinfected and ready when it will reopen on April 1.

For those that have purchased tickets to any shows through the remainder of March, Songbirds will contact them for a refund through its ticketing service. All museum entry tickets will still be honored if people desire to use them on April 1 or after, or if they prefer a refund please email info@songbirdsguitars.com or message them on Facebook.

Songbirds is currently working to reschedule all cancelled shows.


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