Cary Shuts Down Facilities, Cancels Programs in Response to COVID-19
All Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resource facilities, which includes Koka Booth Amphitheatre, continue to be closed until further notice. This action follows Gov. Roy Cooper's Safer at Home Phase 3 executive order. We will continue to update you as the situation continues to evolve.
- Facility rentals are also canceled. Full refunds will be issued for any registered camps, classes, facility reservations, and ticketed Town events canceled due to COVID-19.
- This action follows Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order restricting public gatherings and is taken to encourage social distancing.
The Town of Cary is under a State of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The State of North Carolina is currently under Phase 3 of Governor Cooper's plan to coordinate the state's response and manage activities that promote the spread of infection. Executive Order 147, issued June 26, requires face masks in both indoor and outdoor public spaces where physical distancing of six feet is not possible at all times, and remains in effect throughout the current phase.
As COVID-19 puts events on pause, Koka Booth Amphitheatre and the Town of Cary are carefully evaluating each event on a case-by-case basis alongside our event partners with consideration given to the fan experience, safety, security and sanitary measures.
We look forward to sharing unrivaled live entertainment experiences with you again soon. Until then, we will continue to update ticket holders and fans of any changes made to our event line-up. Please sign up for our eNewsletter for event updates and announcements.