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The Public Assembly Facilities of the City of Winston-Salem, including The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds and Annex and Bowman Gray Stadium, is preparing for all scenarios of the potential impact of the coronavirus, specifically COVID-19, for our events, guests, clients, and employees.
We internally have developed a COVID-19 task force to look at key areas that impact our clients, guests, and employees and will implement best practices out of this.

The safety of our guests, clients, performers, and employees is our top priority and we will make thoughtful decisions in collaboration with the City of Winston-Salem as the situation continues to develop. We like many other in our industry believe that all decisions related to producing events should be rooted in facts, not fear, and that we will work closely with the local Health Department and City/County Emergency Management through this time.

At this time based on the statement from Governor Roy Cooper and Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines we are canceling any public events through April 30th..

Events and activities in this time frame that are notably being canceled are the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Farmers Market, Public Ice Skating at the Annex Ice Rink, and Carolina Thunderbirds Hockey.

The Fairgrounds and Annex Box Office will also close during this time.
For questions regarding Fairgrounds events please visit our website or call 336.727.2236

For questions on Carolina Thunderbirds hockey please call 336.774.(GOAL)4625.

During the next two week time frame we will significantly increase the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in all indoor public areas, and we have added alcohol-based sanitizer dispensers for public use throughout indoor public spaces. We will remain vigilant, and we are prepared to make decisions based on current and future recommendations, as well as in the response to ever changing conditions.

For the most accurate and factual information regarding updates concerning COVID-19, visit websites such as:

Forsyth County Public Health https://www.co.forsyth.nc.us/PublicHealth/

NC Public Health https://publichealth.nc.gov/ CDC

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Ready Forsyth http://www.readyforsyth.org/

We have activated a website link for clients and the public to receive updates specifically for our facilities and events.

COVID19

Update: June 30th, 2020 Due to ongoing restrictions from public health and government entities related to the coronavirus pandemic, and for its concerns for the health and safety concerns of its patrons, staff and musicians, the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds has rescheduled a few of our 2020 concerts. Below you’ll find an update on notable events: Montgomery Gentry – September 4th, 2020John Michael Montgomery – May 14th, 2021Joe Nichols – postponed (Date is TBD)Rend Collective – postponed (Date is TBD)Switchfoot – Rescheduled for July 18 2021Mark Chesnutt – Still as ScheduledCarolina Classic Fair – Still as Scheduled   Update: May 12th, 2020         The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Farmers Market will reopen Saturday, May 16.  The market will be located at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds and will be held each Saturday from 6 am to 1 pm.  The market will take place outside of the Farmer’s Market building.  Special rules of operation will be followed and we encourage anyone with an underlying health condition, or currently feeling sick not to attend the market.  Market staff encourage pre-ordering and vendors are working hard to keep personal contact to a minimum.         The following vendors will be selling at the market: Allen Farm, Dunning Farm, Grace Meadow Farm, Hillcrest Farm, James Farm, Jillies Jams, Jugo Bar, Lisa’s Homemade Baked Goods, Magic Beans Coffee, Mill River Farm, Mockwood Farm, Pepper Man, Saura Creek, Sungold Farms, Tedder Farms, The Philospher’s Garden. The market will be accepting SNAP/EBT.         The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds has worked with City staff to create guidelines on the safest way to reopen the market. All patrons of the market will be required to wear a mask or face covering. The market will be one way for all foot traffic. Vendor’s tables will be spaced more than 6ft apart. Staff will be onsite to monitor and control the number of people allowed in the market at any one time, and will make sure we can easily maintain social distancing at all times. All patrons attending the market are encouraged to place a preorder from our vendors before the market for pickup on Saturday, a list of vendors and preorder information will be available at WSFairgrounds.com/farmersmarket Update: March 18th 2020 The Public Assembly Facilities of the City of Winston-Salem, including The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds and Annex and Bowman Gray Stadium is preparing for all scenarios of the potential impact of the coronavirus, specifically COVID-19, for our events, guests, clients, and employees.  We internally have developed a COVID-19 task force to look at key areas that impact our clients, guests, and employees and will implement best practices out of this. The safety of our guests, clients, performers, and employees is our top priority and we will make thoughtful decisions in collaboration with the City of Winston-Salem as the situation continues to develop. We like many other in our industry believe that all decisions related to producing events should be rooted in facts, not fear, and that we will work closely with the local Health Department and City/County Emergency Management through this time.   At this time based on the statement from Governor Roy Cooper and Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines we are cancelling any public events through April 30th. Events and activities in this time frame that are notably being canceled are the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Farmers Market, Public Ice Skating at the Annex Ice Rink, and Carolina Thunderbirds Hockey.   The Fairgrounds and Annex Box Office will also close during this time.  For questions regarding Fairgrounds events please visit our website or call 336.727.2236 For questions on Carolina Thunderbirds hockey please call 336.774.(GOAL)4625.  During the next two week time frame we will significantly increase the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in all indoor public areas, and we have added alcohol-based sanitizer dispensers for public use throughout indoor public spaces.  We will remain vigilant, and we are prepared to make decisions based on current and future recommendations, as well as in the response to ever changing conditions.  For the most accurate and factual information regarding updates concerning COVID-19, visit websites such as:  Forsyth County Public Health https://www.co.forsyth.nc.us/PublicHealth/ NC Public Health https://publichealth.nc.gov/   CDC https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-