As COVID-19 puts concerts on pause, TIAA Bank Field and Daily’s Place are carefully evaluating each event on a case-by-case basis alongside our partner Live Nation and each individual touring artist with consideration given to the fan experience, safety, security and sanitary measures.
We look forward to sharing unrivaled live entertainment experiences with you again soon. Until then, we will continue to update ticket holders and fans of any changes made to our concert line-up. Guests are advised to hold on to their tickets for the time being. Please see below for the current status of events and a FAQ for further information on what to do in the event of a postponement, rescheduling or cancellation.
RESCHEDULED SHOWS – new dates listed below
10/02 Cole Swindell (from 4/17)
10/16 Kane Brown (from 3/28)
10/23 Kane Brown (from 5/16)
05/14 Maren Morris (from 7/25)
06/26 Tedeschi Trucks Band (from 6/26)
07/21 The Doobie Brothers (from 6/12)
POSTPONED SHOWS – new dates TBD
07/28 Alicia Keys
08/09 Matchbox Twenty
08/26 Goo Goo Dolls
CANCELED SHOWS – no new dates
05/19 The Lumineers
05/20 The Lumineers
06/08 The 1975
06/30 Melanie Martinez
09/06 The Black Keys
For the most up-to-date notice of event status, fans can visit www.livenation.com/eventstatus.
What if my concert is rescheduled?
Rescheduled shows are those that have a confirmed and announced new date.
Ticket holders who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will receive an email advising that refunds will be available for a 30-day window, with instructions on how to secure their refund. Refunds will be issued for the ticket price plus applicable service charges. The cost of UPS shipping and merchandise will not be refunded.
If ticket holders do not elect a refund within the 30-day window, their tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled date. Once the 30-day window has passed, tickets will no longer be available for refund.
What if my concert is postponed?
Postponed shows are those that are still in the process of being rescheduled and assigned a new date.
If the concert is not rescheduled within 60 days from the date the tour was announced publicly as postponed, the 30-day window for refunds will open at that time. Upon confirmation of the new date or expiration of the 60-day period, Ticketmaster will follow the same procedure for rescheduled shows mentioned above.
What if my concert is canceled?
Canceled shows are those that will not be rescheduled to a new date at this time.
Ticket holders will automatically receive a refund for canceled events. All tickets for canceled shows purchased through Ticketmaster are available for full refunds inclusive of service charges. The refund will be issued automatically, but will not include the cost of expedited shipping and merchandise.
- INFO SUBJECT TO CHANGE