Winter Storm Quinn Hit New York City on 03/07/18 No Broadway Shows were Closed Due to the Blizzard, Extreme Snow and Dangerous Ice Conditions


Blizzard, extreme snow, and ice conditions are forecast for New York City, so it's a great time to revisit the policies and practices of what happens to Broadway shows during a winter storm. Below we attempt to answer all the latest weather status questions and give you a brief history into what has happened in the past, so you know what to expect in the future.

winter storm Quinn weather and snow forecast 03/07/2018


At present, all shows will play as scheduled on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 despite the forecast. It is unlikely that performances on Thursday, March 8 will be cancelled, but the situation will be updated if there are any changes. If you purchased tickets from Telecharge or Ticketmaster, ADVANCE EXCHANGES can now be performed ONLINE for most types of purchases without having to call Customer Service. Simply visit your Order Status page on a desktop computer where you’ll be guided through an exchange online. ADVANCE EXCHANGES must be done before the start of the original performance.

Advance Ticket Exchanges

All Broadway shows are offering ADVANCE EXCHANGES (before the performance) for customers who are unable to attend any MATINEE and/or EVENING performance on Wednesday, March 7, due to the winter storm: If you purchased tickets at the box office call their Customer Service to exchange your tickets. If you did not purchase your tickets from Telecharge or Ticketmaster directly, please contact your original point of purchase. Some types of purchases are not available for exchange online.

Broadway Ticket Sales Contact Phone Numbers:

  • Telecharge Customer Service 212-239-6210 or 800-543-4835 (9am-9pm EST)
  • Ticketmaster Customer Service 877-250-2929 or 212-307-4100 (9am-9pm EST)
  • Roundabout Theatre 212-719-1300 (9am-8pm EST)
  • Manhattan Theatre Club 212-399-3040 (9am-6pm EST)