CONCERT CANCELLATION

What to do now that the show has been canceled

Hey Marseilles event cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances

We regret to inform you that, due to unforeseen circumstances, we’ve had to cancel the HEY MARSEILLES event this weekend, Sat., Aug. 4. We’re as disappointed as you are but, that said, we have a range of solutions that we hope will satisfy you AND get you back out to Icicle Creek for one of the many upcoming events still ahead. 

If you are a ticket holder for this event, below you fill find four options for exchanging or refunding your ticket(s):

Ticket Return Options

Please feel free to contact Patron Services by email at alex@icicle.org or by phone at (509) 548-6347, x.1

  • Exchange any ticket(s) you purchased for TWO tickets to see THE PAPERBOYS on the Meadow Stage the following Saturday, Aug. 11, 7 p.m.
  • Credit your ticket purchase price toward any future performance at Icicle Creek.
  • Donate your ticket purchase price back to Icicle Creek. This option, of course, supports the arts and comes with full membership benefits for you for a year.
  • Request a refund. Ouch (if we’re honest), but it’s the right thing to do and if you want your money back, you’ll get it.

WHAT TO DO NOW:

Please respond to this email with your preference. You may also contact Patron Services Coordinator Alex Weirich at the box office by calling (509) 548-6347, x.1. Again, our sincere apologies for this inconvenience, but please know that we remain committed to presenting the best possible performances and the highest quality arts education experiences available to the students, families and communities of North Central Washington.

Thank you for your understanding and we sincerely hope that we’ll see you back here at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts at your next opportunity.

Kindest regards,

Your friends at Icicle Creek

P.S. To see what other shows are coming up at Icicle Creek, click here.

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