Another Virus Victim: Buckeye Country Superfest Has Been Cancelled

Buckeye Country Superfest, one of the biggest events on Ohio's summer concert schedule has become the latest entertainment victim of the Coronavirus. The announcement from organizers came today (Wednesday April 15, 2020). The official comments were delivered by Leslie Lane, Vice President Columbus Arena and Sports Entertainment which operates The Schottenstein Center and Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Lane writes:

It is with a heavy heart that we announce that Buckeye Country Superfest originally scheduled for June 20, 2020 at Ohio Stadium will not take place. During this time of uncertainty, we take the health and safety of our fans, staff, and community seriously. We raise our hats to all of you. It’s your enthusiasm and love for country music that drives us to produce the most memorable experience possible year after year. We can’t wait to once again pull up our boots and get back to work on Buckeye Country Superfest in the future. 

Refunds are available via point of purchase. Tickets purchased through or the Ticketmaster Mobile App will be refunded automatically. Due to the current volume of cancelations, you should expect to receive your refund within 30-45 days. Note that if the tickets were transferred to you, the refund will go to the credit card originally used for purchase. The Schottenstein Center Ticket Office is temporarily closed. If you purchased at the Ticket Office via cash or credit card CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.