A Message from The Black Jacket Symphony
The good news is…THE SHOW WILL GO ON! We are currently in the midst of rescheduling all of our performances through at least the end of April, including our April 4th performance of “The Wall”. While it’s a bummer, let’s focus on the positive! We will perform Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” live at the BJCC Concert Hall! Even more good news…not only do we have one contingency plan, but we have three contingency plans depending upon how long this lasts. We are going to continue to monitor the situation and communicate the new dates to you when we are confident the timing is firm. We feel this is the most responsible course of action.
What does this mean? It means your tickets will be valid for the rescheduled date. We are a small business full of working musicians and hope that in this time of chaos, you will be patient with us and are excited to see the shows when they are performed. It also means that the shows are going to kick even more ass than they already would have, because all we have right now is time at home and in the office to perfect our musicianship and our production.
What do we need from you? We need your patience, we need you to stay healthy, and we need you to come celebrate some of the greatest albums ever made. Thanks for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you soon!
-The Black Jacket Symphony