BOURGIE HALL SUSPENDS ITS LIVE CONCERTS FROM OCTOBER 1 TO OCTOBER 28
All suspended concerts will be postponed to a later date,
this season or the following season
Following the announcement that the city of Montreal has been moved to the red alert level, and in order to respect the extraordinary measures put in place by the government, Bourgie Hall is unfortunately left with no option but to suspend its series of concerts scheduled from October 1 to October 28. Bourgie Hall is committed to honouring its programming and the artists that are part of it. Thus, these concerts will be postponed until a later date, either this season or the following season.
“It was with disappointment that we learned of the government’s decision to close all concert halls in the red zones for a duration of 28 days. This decision was difficult to accept, because our entire milieu, which is so rich, creative, hardworking, robust, indefatigable even, and which has proved its ability to respect public health guidelines, sees itself silenced. After months of being closed, we had just started to regain our momentum. And then, after presenting only 8 of the 57 concerts programmed for this autumn, we find ourselves back where we started.” Isolde Lagacé, General and Artistic Director of Bourgie Hall
The two performances of the vocal group Quartom scheduled for this Wednesday, September 30, will nonetheless take place before a live audience as planned. For the time being, concerts scheduled for after October 28 are not affected by these governmental restrictions and should take place. We invite you to keep abreast of this evolving situation via our Facebook page or on sallebourgie.ca.
Tickets for the affected concerts can be
- Retained and used for the new concert date
- Reimbursed entirely
- Transferred as a donation
For any further information, please contact our Box Office Manager,
Laurine Pierrefiche, at email@example.com