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Four Winds Casinos reschedule several concerts due to COVID-19

DOWAGIAC — The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi’s Four Winds Casinos recently announced several concerts that were postponed at Four Winds New Buffalo’s Silver Creek Event Center have been rescheduled due to the impact of the coronavirus.

Tickets are valid for the rescheduled concerts, and for those guests who are unable to attend, refunds will be available at the point of purchase. Tickets for these and all other upcoming concerts, can be purchased online at fourwindscasino.com.   

“We are pleased to have been able to work with all of the entertainers to reschedule their events that so many of us were looking forward to. We are excited to provide our guests with these concerts later this year,” said Frank Freedman, COO of Four Winds Casinos.  “Guests who have tickets to other upcoming events can check our website and social media pages for announcements of other rescheduled concerts.”

The rescheduled concerts include:

• Damon Wayans, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, April 18, will now take place on Saturday, Aug. 8.

• The Alan Parsons Live Project, which was originally scheduled for Friday, May 1, will now take place on Saturday, Aug. 29.

• Little River Band, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, March 21, will now take place on Friday, Sept. 4.

• Aaron Lewis, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, April 4, will now take place on Friday, Sept. 18.

• Melissa Etheridge, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, March 28, will now take place on Friday, Sept. 25.

• The Million Dollar Quartet, which was originally scheduled for Friday, April 24, will now take place on Saturday, Oct. 24.

• Gladys Knight, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, May 9, will now take place on Friday, Nov. 13.

On Friday, March 27, the Pokagon Gaming Authority extended the closure of all of its Four Winds Casino locations until further notice to prevent the spread and minimize the potential impact of COVID-19.

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