Stride Bank Center postpones gatherings of 50 or more people through April 13

Ponca City Now - March 17, 2020 12:11 pm

ENID – Monday night, the City of Enid urged that gatherings of 50 people or more be canceled or postponed to help slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

As a result, the Stride Bank Center will be canceling or postponing all gatherings over 50 people through April 13,

The center is working to reschedule all performances from March 17 to April 13 and will provide updates as quickly as possible. The following events have been postponed:

• PRCA Xtreme Bull Riding – originally scheduled for March 28
• Chicago – originally scheduled for April 1
• Land Run Beer Fest – originally scheduled for April 4
• Flying Aces vs Omaha Beef – originally scheduled for April 11.

Please note patrons are encouraged to retain their tickets until new dates are announced. At this time, all events after April 13 are still scheduled as planned.

The safety and well-being of our employees, partners, performers, athletes and guests is our top priority. We will continue to follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local authorities as the situation develops.

Your patience and understanding is greatly appreciated. We will email patrons directly regarding the status of each performance as details are confirmed, and the most up-to-date status for each event will be available on our website and social media platforms.

Upcoming Events at Stride Bank Center:
Ron White – April 16
Professional Wrestling When Worlds Collide III – April 19
Charlie Daniels, Marshall Tucker & Sawyer Brown Band – April 23
Flying Aces vs Amarillo Venom – April 25
Rodney Carrington – June 6

Follow Stride Bank Center on Facebook for the latest show announcements.

 

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