COVID-19 Updates

Event Updates: (March 27, 2020)

Please know that your safety is our #1 priority! We are partnering with Ticketmaster to address all fan questions regarding the cancellation and rescheduling of live events at the CAJUNDOME & Convention Center.

Ticketmaster has created a Help Center to provide fans guidance about what to do in the case that an event is cancelled or being rescheduled: http://bit.ly/2WqJw98. You can also see a full list of event updates here: https://www.ticketmaster.com/discover/eventupdates. Be sure to check back regularly or contact Ticketmaster Help Center at 1-800-653-8000 for additional information. For Ragin' Cajuns ticketing questions, visit ragincajuns.com.

With Governor Edward's Stay at Home Order in mind, our box office and Administrative Offices will be closed, beginning at 4pm March 23, until further notice.

We will also continue to make updates on any changes through the CAJUNDOME & Convention Center's website - https://www.cajundome.com/plan-your-visit/covid19, social media accounts and with the help of our media partners. Thank you to everyone who has supported us in the past and we look forward to creating many more wonderful memories in the future.

Thank you and stay safe,
CAJUNDOME & Convention Center Team

KISS

Please be advised that the MARCH date for KISS are being postponed to Wednesday, October 7th at Cajundome. 

 

Toughest Monster Truck Tour

THE TOUGHEST MONSTER TRUCK TOUR DATE HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO MAY 29 AND 30. 

Louisiana Comic Con

Louisiana Comic Con 2020 canceled due to abundance of caution over COVID-19.

Cirque Du Soleil OVO

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL OVO CANCELS ALL PERFORMANCES DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

Kane Brown

The Kane Brown Worldwide Beautiful Tour with special guest Russell Dickerson has been moved to August 6th at CAJUNDOME.

All tickets will be honored on the new date.

Lauren Daigle

In light of ongoing public health concerns, the Lauren Daigle show has been postponed.

 

Ticket holders should hold on to their tickets, which will be honored at the rescheduled date to be announced soon.

Screening Site Information:

Mayor-President Josh Guillory announced on March 17th the opening of a COVID-19 screening site which will be housed at the CAJUNDOME. The CAJUNDOME screening facility will be open from 9 am to 12 pm daily for as long as there is a need within the Parish.

Participants are asked to bring a photo ID and insurance information. Screening is free. If a participant requires a Flu and/or COVID-19 test and does not have insurance, there will be a charge associated with the private lab that processes the sample collected. This fee will not be collected on site.

Participants at the screening site will first be tested for the flu. If flu negative, specimens will be sent for COVID-19 testing.

LCG is in the process of expanding its 311 call center with medical professionals available to answer questions and pre-screen citizens over the phone. The call center is open for medical calls.

Citizens are encouraged to only go to the screening site if:

1. They are experiencing symptoms of acute viral respiratory illness (coughing or shortness of breath) and/or a temperature greater than 100.4°
2. They are experiencing symptoms and are pregnant or considered high-risk*

*High risk individuals are:

1. Heathcare workers with direct contact with confirmed/suspected COVID-19 cases
2. Pregnant Women
3. Patients with immunocompromised conditions
4. Age 60 years or older
5. People living in communal settings such as (Nursing Facilities, Shelters, etc.)
6. Infants less than 10 weeks of age

“We all want this public health emergency to be over as soon as possible. As a result, we are taking steps in manageable time frames – two weeks to a month, where possible. At the same time, we are prepared to fight this battle as long as necessary to be successful. We are working to protect our healthcare system from overload that could result in contagion hot spots and a spike in mortality rates - as have been seen in other places.” stated Mayor-President Josh Guillory

There are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Lafayette Parish. This is expected to change within the coming days. According to the Louisiana Department of Health, the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing and good hygiene.