Cancellations and Postponements: The art world is still plagued by COVID-19

Due to the significant increase in COVID-19 cases and the new health restrictions imposed by public health, cancellations and postponements are on the rise again.

Read more: Schools, bars and gyms are closed from 5 p.m.

Initially the capacity of the rooms to be halved was closed for the whole of Monday.

The Les Cowboys’ Fringants have announced that they will postpone their scheduled concert on MTelus until Saturday, June 4, 2022, and the planned “La Grande fête des Cowboys fringants” on April 27 at the Bell Center until December 27.

The Les Grants Ballets announced the cancellation of their performances on Monday afternoon, meaning they are “sadly” obligated to cancel all performances of the production planned for “The Nutcracker, Le Voyage de Clara” on the Salle Wilfried-Bellettier. , We read on their website.

Ticket holders will be refunded, the organization said. More information will be sent by email.

Place des Arts has also stated that it will suspend all of its shows and activities indefinitely.

Louis-Jose Hout has postponed his scheduled performances at Cabaret du Lion d’Or until December 20 and 21 and January 6 and 7 until March.

In Quebec, 4,571 infections were reported in 24 hours on Monday, setting a new height unparalleled since the outbreak began.

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