Update: September 27, 2021
Health & Safety Information
The Peabody Auditorium is thrilled to resume live entertainment in Daytona Beach! Your health and safety is a priority at our venue and we want to make sure you’re comfortable when coming to an event.
The Peabody Auditorium is continuing to monitor COVID-19 with its event producers and artist management regarding the best practices for upcoming events. Current programming at the Peabody is being sold at full capacity.
The Peabody Auditorium is not requiring proof of a negative COVID-19 test, proof of vaccination, or the use of masks. However, there may be some events at the Peabody that will have additional health and safety protocols as required by the event producers and artists, please make sure you check specific event pages for more details on specific health and safety requirements.
By purchasing tickets to any upcoming event at the Peabody, you will be asked to follow the health and safety measures in effect at the time of the event that are set in place by the event producers and artist management, which may include, but not limited to, wearing masks, providing proof of a negative COVID-19 test or providing proof of vaccination status.
We advise all patrons to check individual event pages on peabodyauditorium.org often as guidelines are subject to change based off the event organizers and artist requirements. Guests will be advised prior to each event on health requirements.
Rescheduled, Postponed & Canceled Shows
A majority of shows have been either canceled, postponed or rescheduled. We kindly ask for your patience as we work through the process of notifying all patrons that hold a ticket to the performances affected.
If you have tickets to a show that has been postponed, please hold on to the tickets at this time. Once the performance has been confirmed canceled or rescheduled, we will notify you via email with the updated information. If you are not currently receiving our emails, please be sure to sign up here: https://bit.ly/30U3pHD. If we do not have an email on file for you, you will hear from our Box Office team via telephone.
If you have tickets to a performance that has been officially rescheduled, your original tickets will be valid for the new scheduled date. If you cannot make the rescheduled performance, please refer to the event page for refund request deadlines.
If you have tickets to a performance that has been canceled, you will be issued a refund directly from your point of purchase. All refunds have been issued at this time to the canceled performances listed below.
Rodney Carrington – rescheduled to October 23, 2021
1964 The Tribute – postponed, new date TBA
Menopause the Musical – rescheduled to March 3, 2022
Get the Led Out – rescheduled to March 12, 2022
The Happy Together Tour – rescheduled to June 6, 2022
Killer Queen - A tribute to Queen - rescheduled to October 22, 2022
Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Scared Scriptless - rescheduled to November 18, 2022
November 6, 2021 - Jeanne Robertson