Mountain Stage Rescheduling May Live Events

Mar 24, 2020

Two Mountain Stage events scheduled for May have been canceled to comply with CDC guidelines regarding public gatherings. Refund details are below. We will work to reschedule each of the artists as soon as possible.

Tickets to May 10 purchased through Eventbrite will be automatically refunded. Please allow up to 7 business days for the refund to be credited to the account used to purchase tickets. Our local box office Taylor Books has closed as a COVID-19 prevention measure, therefore refunds for tickets purchased at that location cannot be offered at this time. If you purchased your tickets at Taylor Books, or directly from Mountain Stage staff at a live event, please send a photo of the tickets (including the full barcode), along with your mailing address, to live@mountainstage.org. We will send a gift certificate via U.S. Mail in the coming weeks, for an amount equivalent to the tickets purchased.

We are working to reschedule an appearance for Saving Grace feat. Robert Plant & Suzi Dian. Refunds for the May 17 show are available through the Clay Center, or you may hold on to your ticket until the rescheduled date is confirmed.
Credit Ian Burgess

Refunds for Mountain Stage scheduled for May 17 are available via the Clay Center. We are working to reschedule a date with Saving Grace feat. Robert Plant & Suzi Dian. In the interim you may choose to hold your tickets, which will be honored on the new date, or to request a refund.  If you request a refund before the rescheduled date is announced, your ticket cannot be redeemed for the new date.

Please call the Clay Center box office at 304-561-3570 to request a refund, or with any questions. 

*Note - In person inquiries are currently unavailable due to temporary closure at The Clay Center.  Please call the box office Monday - Friday between 9:00a.m. -4:00p.m. with questions and/or ticket inquiries. 

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