Please scroll below our list of event updates for updates from Iowa Events Center Partners on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their business and how you can still support them. We appreciate them today and everyday.
Currently, the Iowa Events Center offices will be closed until further notice.
We are currently working with each event planner and promoter to determine the status of their event and/or reschedule meetings, conferences, and live event performances that fall between the Governor’s recommended mass gathering restrictions.
- For the latest news on our event schedule, visit IowaEventsCenter.com
- To purchase tickets for upcoming events, visit Hy-VeeTix.com
- For questions or to gain access to the facilities, call our security office at (515) 564-8100
Please utilize this page to see the status of upcoming public events. If the event you have a question on is not listed below, please CLICK HERE to email us for an update or question.
The safety and well-being of our employees, partners, performers, athletes and guests is our top priority. We will continue to follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local authorities as the situation develops.
Your patience and understanding is greatly appreciated. The most up-to-date status for each event will be available at IowaEventsCenter.com.
It is the highest priority of Spectra, the Iowa Events Center and our event partners to ensure the health and safety of our event attendees, visitors and employees. As we continue to closely monitor the situation, we remain focused on upgraded daily cleaning of the building and preventative measures in the front- and back-of-the-house. We have been thoroughly and frequently disinfecting and sanitizing the building, including elevator buttons, escalator handrails, and bathrooms. We have also heightened food service policies to reflect a proactive approach to housekeeping, sanitation, hygiene and food handling.
Our staff, partners and guests are encouraged to follow standard health precautions, such as consistent hand washing and covering coughs and sneezes. We encourage individuals who are sick to stay home.
Moving forward, we will remain in close contact with our local and state health departments, and also monitor daily advisories from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to update and adjust our protocols according to their recommendations.”