(HHT Announces Response)

In response to the national health emergency, the Historic Hemet Theatre has canceled 2 concerts and closed the Ticket Office until Monday April 6th.

The Tribute to Tom Petty scheduled for Saturday March 21st was nearly sold out when it became obvious that the event would have to be canceled. Also canceled was the April 4th Tribute to Metallica, featuring Eliminator. In addition, the Hemet Woman’s Club has canceled the Wizard of Oz Sing-Along on Friday March 27th.

The Tribute to Abba scheduled for April 18th has not been canceled at this point.

When the Ticket Office reopens, HHT will offer a ticket exchange for any shows canceled during the emergency closing. Patrons must return their tickets to the Ticket Office in order to process the exchange.

As the virus emergency progresses, the community can keep track of the situation on the HHT website, www.HistoricHemetTheatre.com or the Facebook page, www.facebook.com/HistoricHemetTheatre. Email subscribers will receive updates at the situation changes (enroll on the website). Call and leave a message for additional information, (951) 658-5950.

Meanwhile, the Foundation will be working hard to manage the financial strain of paying its bills without any show revenue. Supporters are asked to help in any way that they can. Donations can be made on the HHT website.

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