LOS ANGELES – As a world-leading organization which stages arena events globally throughout the year, GLORY has been closely monitoring the recent worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19.
This week, several national governments announced measures to combat the spread of the virus. Belgium has prohibited indoor assemblies of more than 1,000 persons and the United States has placed a moratorium on travel to and from the US from most countries in the European Union.
In light of this, GLORY has postponed its next two events: GLORY 76 ANTWERP, which was set to take place in Antwerp, Belgium on March 28, and GLORY 77 MIAMI, scheduled for May 30.
New dates for both of these postponed events will be announced in the near future.
“The health and safety of our fans, athletes, staff and the wider public are of paramount importance,” said GLORY CEO Marshall Zelaznik.
“Fans in possession of tickets will have their seats reserved for the rescheduled event, but if they are unable to attend on the rescheduled date, they are being given the option to receive a refund or have the value of their ticket used as a credit toward a future GLORY event.”
The GLORY event currently scheduled for June 20 in Rotterdam, Netherlands is as-yet unaffected but GLORY continues to closely monitor the situation and will update fans of any changes if that should become necessary
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