The Peace Center has announced that the Holiday at Peace concert series with the Greenville Symphony Orchestra has been canceled due to a spike in COVID-19 incidents.
The Greenville Symphony Orchestra’s “Holiday at Peace” concert was expected to take place between Dec. 18 and Dec. 20.
“Extensive operational safety protocols have been put in place, and major modifications have been made to (The Peace Center’s) theaters to create the healthiest buildings possible. However, based on the recent aggressive surge in COVID-19 cases, the Greenville Symphony has made the difficult decision to cancel Holiday at Peace, and everyone is deeply saddened by this cancellation,” said Julianne Fish, Executive Director of the Greenville Symphony, in an e-mail to the members of the Greenville Symphony Board.
One performance of Holiday at Peace will be recorded and will be available soon, according to Fish.
Ticket holders will receive a full refund of the value of the purchased tickets, which will be credited to the original payment form and processed on Tuesday, December 22.
Ticket holders also have the option to donate the value of their tickets to the Greenville Symphony by calling the Peace Center Box Office at 864-467-3000 before Monday, Dec. 21 at 6 p.m.