COVID-19 Updates/Schedule Changes

 
All programming at the Palladium Theater has been has been suspended through the end of May in response to the rising public health threat posed by COVID-19. For the safety of our employees and patrons, the building and the box office will be closed to the public until further notice.
 
We are working with performers, promoters, and rental clients to reschedule as many dates as possible. The Palladium Box Office staff are contacting ticket holders for affected shows with show-specific details.
 
Be sure to check here for updates, or follow us on social media:
 
  


SCHEDULE CHANGES AS OF 5/28/20 2:30p
 
New information will be highlighted with yellow text.


Mar. 12 – Willy Porter – CANCELLED. Refunds have been issued for all ticket holders.
Mar. 15 – Irish Comedy Tour – CANCELLED. Refunds have been issued for all ticket holders.
Mar. 16 – Keith Goree Memorial Ethics Lecture – CANCELLED.
Mar. 20 – Nate Najar’s Jazz Samba Celebration – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Mar. 21 – BLUE: Queenie Sings Joni Mitchell – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Mar. 22 – One Day University – RESCHEDULED. New date: Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020.
Mar. 22 – Chopin Project – CANCELLED. Refunds have been issued for all ticket holders.
Mar. 23 – Omega Psi Phi Talent Hunt – CANCELLED.
Mar. 25 – Palladium Chamber Players – CANCELLED. Ticketholders are being contacted.
Mar. 26 – Nellie McKay – CANCELLED. Refunds have been issued for all ticket holders.
Mar. 27 – Listening Room Festival Showcase – RESCHEDULED. New date: Friday, Nov. 13, 2020.
Mar. 28 – NY Rockabilly Rockets – CANCELLED. Refunds have been issued for all ticket holders.
Mar. 29 – Howard Jones Acoustic Trio – CANCELLED. Refunds available at point of purchase.
Mar. 31 – Cathy Lopez – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
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Apr. 2 – Tampa Bay Blues Fest Kickoff – CANCELLED. Refunds available at point of purchase.
Apr. 3 – BEACON – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Apr. 4 – Earl David Reed – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Apr. 9 – Synia Carroll – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Apr. 10 – Peter Asher – CANCELLED. Refunds have been issued for all ticket holders.
Apr. 11 – Buffyfest – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Apr. 15 – Palladium Chamber Players – CANCELLED. Ticketholders are being contacted.
Apr. 16 – Ignite! 2020 – CANCELLED. Refunds available at point of purchase.
Apr. 17 – Ona Kirei Beatles Jazz Tribute – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Apr. 18 – Damon Fowler – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Apr. 19 – Dailey & Vincent – RESCHEDULED. New date: Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021.
Apr. 21 – Scotty Wright & Helios Jazz Orchestra – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Apr. 23 – La Lucha – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
Apr. 24 – Eva Ayllon – CANCELLED. Refunds have been issued for all ticket holders.
Apr. 28 – Tampa Bay Symphony – CANCELLED. Refunds available at point of purchase.
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May 2 & 3 – St. Petersburg Ballet Company: Spring Dance Concert – RESCHEDULED. New dates: Jun. 6 & 7, 2020. Ticketholders transferred automatically to the new date.
May 6 – Chopin Project – CANCELLED. Refunds have been issued for all ticket holders.
May 7 – Kick the Bucket List Show – RESCHEDULED. New date: Thursday, Jul. 30, 2020.
May 8 – Brandon Robertson: Bass’d on a True Story – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
May 9 – Fred Astaire Dance – RESCHEDULED. New date: Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020.
May 14 – Nicki Parrott, Rossano Sportiello, and Ed Metz – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
May 17 – St. Pete Dance Center (SPDC) 3rd Annual Spring Concert – CANCELLED. Refunds are in process, ticketholders will be contacted.
May 29-June 7 – St. Pete Opera – POSTPONED. New date TBD.
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Jul. 30 – Byrne and Kelly – CANCELLED. Ticketholders are being contacted.


REFUNDS/EXCHANGES/DONATIONS

In regards to your ticket, you have a few options available to you right now:

  1. For shows that are postponed, patrons should hold on to their tickets. Once the new date is announced, you will have the option to keep your tickets or request a refund.
  2. Exchange your ticket purchase for a gift certificate to use to any show at the Palladium in the future (never expires).
  3. Refund your ticket purchase, with a credit back to the card used at the time of the purchase.
  4. Offer the amount of your purchase as a donation to the Palladium to help the theater deal with two months of lost revenue. Ticket holders who donate in this way will be given a voucher for two tickets to a future Palladium Presents show of your choice.

A Note About Cash Purchases
Tickets purchased with cash will be converted to a gift certificate (never expires!). Patrons will need to provide original tickets or proof of purchase in order to receive the newly issued gift certificate.
 
If a patron opts for a refund instead, they will need to provide their name, address, and a copy of their confirmation number/email/original ticket. Refunds of cash purchases will be issued via check, which will be mailed from St. Petersburg College.


CONTACT THE BOX OFFICE

Box Office Phone: (727) 822-3590
Box Office Email: pal.tix@spcollege.edu
Megan Byrne, Box Office Manager: byrne.megan@spcollege.eduThank you in advance for your patience as we work through a large volume of calls and emails.


A MESSAGE FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, PAUL WILBORN
 
March 16, 2020


Like other venues around our community and around the country, the Palladium has suspended shows and events for the time being in an effort to keep our patrons and our staff safe and healthy. Some shows are canceled, others are being rescheduled for a future date.

 

We do not have a specific reopening date at this time. We will be following the guidelines set by health officials and our St. Petersburg College leadership. Keep an eye on our website and our social media platforms for news.

 

Given the swiftness with which this situation unfolded and the uncertain duration of the shutdown we are asking ticket holders to give us a few days to put some plans in place before we begin issuing refunds or exchanging tickets. If you are holding tickets for a canceled or rescheduled show at the Palladium, please know that we will make sure that you are 100 percent satisfied with how your situation is resolved.

 

For the safety of our employees we will not be opening our building and our box office windows to the public until further notice. We WILL be responding to emails and telephone calls.

 

These are unprecedented circumstances and we ask for your patience and support as we all work our way through this difficult time.

 

I promise to share more news as we have more to share. Until then I send best wishes and thanks to all Palladium donors and audience members for your ongoing support. I look forward to celebrating the reopening of this theater with all of you very soon.

 

Paul Wilborn/Palladium Executive Director


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