Summer Mummers Shuts Down Remaining Shows Due to COVID-19 Spike
Summer Mummers has had to shut down their remaining shows because of the COVID-19 spike.
According to the Midland Reporter-Telegram, the Summer Mummers board decided to keep their volunteers and staff as well as the audience members safe from the spike in COVID-19 cases by shutting down the remaining performances for the 2021 season.
If you are someone who has already purchased tickets for one of the upcoming shows that has been canceled, you can contact the box office at 432-570-4111 from noon to 5pm Tuesday through Friday to make a decision on what you want to do with those tickets.
Since there are no plans to reschedule the performances, if you have purchased a ticket, you have some options on what you want to do.
Options are to turn the ticket purchase into a donation to Midland Community Theatre, get a code to turn the canceled ticket into a 2022 Summer Mummers ticket, or just receive a full refund.
You can also contact the box office by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You need to keep a watch on other concerts and things that you have purchased tickets for that are upcoming to make sure the event is going to continue as planned or if you need to get a refund on that as well.
With the spike in the Delta variant of the coronavirus spreading through the community like wildfire it looks like cancellations are going to be the norm once again like it was in early 2020.