Mar 27, 2020
TD Garden Updates Regarding COVID 19
A Statement From Delaware North | March 25, 2020
2:00 PM (EST): Delaware North today announced temporary business stabilization measures relating to Boston Bruins and TD Garden full-time salaried associates due to the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 crisis on our operations.
Effective April 1, 2020, 68 of our full-time salaried associates will be placed on temporary leave, receiving one week of paid leave and eight weeks of full benefits. Additionally, as of April 1, 2020, 82 of our full-time salaried associates will receive an indefinite salary reduction. Those associates not impacted by the temporary leave or salary reduction have employment contracts.
As relayed to our associates today, none of these decisions were reached without difficult and painful deliberations. These measures are intended to be temporary with associate employment and compensation returning once our business resumes to its normal state from this unprecedented stoppage.
Jacobs Family Announces Fund for Part-Time Associates | March 21, 2020
10:00 AM (EST): The Jacobs Family has established a $1.5 million fund for the Boston Bruins and TD Garden parttime gameday associates who will be financially burdened if the six remaining regular season Bruins games are not played. We thank our associates for their patience and understanding while we worked through the complexity of this unprecedented situation.
TD Garden Statement Regarding COVID-19 | March 12, 2020
5:30 PM (EST): In response to the developing situation of COVID-19, the NBA and NHL have announced suspensions of their seasons. Additional upcoming TD Garden events are announcing postponements and cancellations, which will be added to the list below.
*Updated as of 5/20/2020
- MIAA Hockey, March 15 | CANCELED
- Billie Eilish, March 19 | POSTPONED
- Hockey East Championship Games, March 20 & 21 | CANCELED
- Michael Bublé, March 25 | RESCHEDULED March 8, 2021
- Sturgill Simpson, May 15 | CANCELED
- Camila Cabello, September 11 | CANCELED
- Roger Waters, July 28 | POSTPONED
- Laver Cup, September 25-27 | POSTPONED
- Bon Jovi, July 16-17| CANCELED
- Dude Perfect, July 23 | POSTPONED
- Janet Jackson, July 18 | POSTPONED
- The Weeknd, July 11 | RESCHEDULED July 2, 2021
For postponed events, ticketholders should retain their ticket for a future date to be announced. For announced canceled events such as Hockey East, guests may receive refunds at point of purchase. We appreciate the understanding and patience of our fans, guests and partners during this unprecedented time.
Statement Regarding March 6 Celtics vs. Jazz Game:
TD Garden and Boston Celtics have talked with health officials who assured us that based on the affected players’ health statuses, it is highly unlikely that anyone from the Celtics team came into contact with them while they were contagious. Furthermore, the risk is low for guests, players and associates who were at the Celtics game on Friday, March 6 and events thereafter.
TD Garden Preventative Measures for Coronavirus | March 5, 2020
4:29 PM (EST): We take matters of public health very seriously and are closely monitoring the situation as it evolves. We are continuing to look to the CDC for guidance and are actively collaborating with local authorities and industry associations (International Association of Venue Managers) to implement best practices to help ensure the health and safety of our guests. Based on the guidelines provided, we are implementing additional measures, including:
- CDC signage detailing proper hand washing and hygiene procedures installed throughout the arena.
- Additional hand sanitizer dispensers in common areas.
- Increased cleaning and sanitizing procedures.
We will continue to monitor the situation and communicate updates accordingly.