June 21st

Coliseum Complex and Greensboro Symphony donated tickets for concerts to healthcare professionals

The Greensboro Coliseum Complex and Greensboro Symphony Orchestra saluted local healthcare professionals at Guilford County Health Department, Cone Health and StarMed Healthcare with a donation of tickets to three June concerts at White Oak Amphitheatre.

The Coliseum Complex and Symphony donated 500 tickets for each of the following three concerts to Guilford County Health Department, Cone Health and StarMed healthcare professionals who have staffed the COVID-19 vaccination clinics and testing sites at the Coliseum Complex:  

-Greensboro Symphony Orchestra with Steep Canyon Rangers (June 5)
-The Greensboro Symphony and Windborne perform The Music Of The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards 1969 (June 11)
-Rocky Mountain High | Jim Curry’s Tribute to John Denver with Greensboro Symphony Orchestra (June 19)

The Coliseum Complex has served as the site for COVID-19 vaccination clinics for Guilford County Health Department and Cone Health since January, 19, 2021. To date, over 162,000 vaccine doses have been administered at clinics at the Coliseum Complex.  COVID-19 testing has been held at Piedmont Hall since December, 2020, with StarMed staff having administered more than 14,300 tests to date.

“We see firsthand on a daily basis the dedication of the staffs at Cone Health, Guilford County Health Department and StarMed and all their efforts to help our community,” said Greensboro Coliseum Complex managing director Matt Brown. “We hope this donation allowed them to enjoy a night off to see the amazing Greensboro Symphony Orchestra perform with some incredible musicians in a beautiful outdoor setting.”