Check back often for updates!
Update July 9, 2020
JoJo Siwa announced the tours rescheduled date of July 24, 2021. Please click HERE for more information.
Update May 1, 2020
As for today the event cancellation refund policy has been updated to account for the closure of the SNHU Arena Box Office and to ensure all patrons and staff remain safe. Please click HERE for the update.
Update April 6, 2020
As of this afternoon the postponed Monster Jam orginally scheduled for March has canceled. Refunds will be issued automatically for purchases made at Ticketmaster.com. Purchases made at the Box Office can be refunded in person when the Box Office reopens following the global pandemic. For more information click HERE.
Update April 3, 2020
As of this evening the Jurassic World Live Tour scheduled for November has canceled. Refunds will be issued automatically for purchases made at Ticketmaster.com. Purchases made at the Box Office can be refunded in person when the Box Office reopens following the global pandemic. For more information click HERE.
Update March 26, 2020
As of this afternoon the JoJo Siwa concert scheduled for May 6, 2020 has been postponed. Tickets for the rescheduled date, when announced will be honored. Please visit the event detail page for more information by clicking HERE.
Update March 23, 2020
As of this evening, the SNHU Arena Box Office will be closed for the safety of our loyal fans and staff. As information changes for the Box Office it will be posted under the Tickets section of our website by clicking HERE.
Update March 16, 2020
- Harlem Globetrotters, March 21 ~ POSTPONED
- Monster Jam, March 28-29 ~ POSTPONED
- Easter at the Arena - April 12 ~ CANCELED
- Manchester Home Show, April 24-26 ~ Moved to April 23-25, 2021
Update March 13, 2020
- CHaD Battle of the Badges, March 13 ~ Streaming online at wmur.com
- NHIAA High School Hockey, March 14 ~ CANCELED
Update March 12, 2020
In response to growing awareness and concern, the SNHU Arena continues to follow the precautionary guidelines of the CDC and WHO, which include:
Increased signage outlining advisable precautions (e.g. frequent handwashing, safety recommendations, etc.)
Regular cleaning of facility public spaces and restrooms.
Adding additional hand sanitizer stations in various locations throughout the facility.
Consistent with local public health officials and the City of Manchester’s precautions, older adults, people who have severe underlying chronic medical conditions, or are at a higher risk for infection or for those that are pregnant or experiencing any flu like symptoms, it is recommended that you not attend large public gatherings until further guidance is issued.
Providing a safe environment for our clients, visitors, guests and staff is our top priority. Through public health organizations such as, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) we are staying abreast of the latest updates and developments as they occur. We are also in close communication with our local public health and government officials to determine what additional safeguards may need to be implemented.
We understand there are many questions around our current event schedule and the decisions that our clients need to make regarding the status of their events- continuation as scheduled, postponement until a further date, or a cancellation- and we appreciate the understanding and patience of our fans during this unprecedented time. While we are in regular contact with the upcoming event producers and the situation continues to evolve, please continue to visit our website to learn of any changes that may occur.