May 17, 2022

Charlie Doodle

Unique Art & Entertainment

Music conquers COVID by filling halls with performances

3 min read

Nearly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, performing arts organizations are still struggling to make a comeback and with surging numbers, several events are once again being canceled or protocols are changing.

The Michigan State University College of Music has canceled and postponed its first two events, originally scheduled for this Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. The Jack Rudin Jazz Championship has been moved to April 19-20. Still on the docket as of January’s first full week is the annual MLK event, a popular free event that always fills up.

The Wharton Center is now requiring proof of full vaccination and an ID for all its events—as are the other major entertainment and athletic venues on campus. When you go to a Wharton Center event, be sure to go early.

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