Operations suspended—March 23 through May 28, 2020
Western Michigan University has suspended all non-essential operations on campus as precautionary measures. If you need to contact us during this timeframe, please use our contact us form and someone will reach out to you. Thank you for your understanding during these unprecedented times.
The health and safety of Miller's patrons, performers, and personnel are of the utmost importance. Western Michigan University is monitoring the current COVID-19 situation and directives set by the State. Miller will continue to evaluate, follow established guidelines and make decisions as information is received. Patrons affected by these changes will be notified.
Postponed or cancelled events
That Golden Girls Show! Postponed
That Golden Girls Show!: A Puppet Parody has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. Ticket holders may hold onto their tickets to use on the new performance date. If the new date no longer works for you, our ticket office can process returns, exchanges or donations when operations resume.
Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra (3/13/20-4/5/20) Cancelled
WMU School of Music (3/13/20-4/5/20) Cancelled
The Color Purple Cancelled
Theresa Caputo Postponed
Theresa Caputo has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. Ticket holders may hold onto their tickets to use on the new performance date. If the new date no longer works for you, our ticket office can process returns, exchanges or donations when operations resume.
BLUE MAN GROUP Postponed
BLUE MAN GROUP has been rescheduled for Jan. 8-10, 2021. Ticket holders may hold onto their tickets to use on the new performance dates. If the new dates no longer work for you, our ticket office can process returns, exchanges or donations when operations resume.
Gordon Lightfoot in Concert Postponed
Miller Auditorium is working with the show producers to confirm a new date for Gordon Lightfoot. If you are a ticket holder, please hang on to your tickets. We will alert you when we have a new date to announce.
Ticket holders for cancelled Miller events may request refunds, but we do ask that you consider turning your ticket back in as a tax-deductible donation. To request a refund or donate the value of your ticket, please contact the Miller Auditorium ticket office once operations resume. If you purchased your tickets through a third party, you must contact them directly for refunds. If you have questions, you can reach a Miller staff member through our contact us form.
For more the latest on WMU's COVID-19 response please visit wmich.edu/covid-19