Jacksonville In-Water Boat Show cancelled

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The Jacksonville In-Water Boat Show, which was scheduled to run April 3-5 at TIAA Bank Field and the Metropolitan Park Marina in Jacksonville, Fla., has been cancelled.

“Amid the ongoing threat of the coronavirus and the Mayor’s suspension of all events at city facilities in Jacksonville, the 2020 Jacksonville In-Water Boat Show has been canceled,” said an emailed statement from Jackqui McGuinness, president of JBM & Associates, producers of the show.

“With the Stadium’s demanding schedule, we will not be able to reschedule for this year, however, we look forward to bringing the Jacksonville In-Water Boat Show back to the city in 2021,” said the show website.

Refunds will be processed for tickets purchased in advance.


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