Revving up for events at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum

The Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi is setting the stage for the return of some popular events for people all across the board.

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned everything upside down over the past year, but some things are returning somewhat back to normal.

The Mississippi Coast Coliseum will come to life again on April 8th with a show by Comedian Brian Regan and his performance is just breaking the ice when it comes to events now on the Coast Coliseum lineup. Coast Coliseum Director Matt McDonnell said, “Disney on Ice will be here on April 8, 9, 10 and 11th with seven performances spread out over Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Lots of options where you can come and see your favorite Disney characters on ice. Then we follow it up with the Crawfish Music Festival on April 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18th.”

Monster Jam is set to roll out at the Coliseum on Friday, April 30th to Sunday, May 2nd. Tickets for the general public go on sale March 30th. “You can get them here at the Coast Coliseum box office, or at ticketmaster.com or go to our website at mscoastcoliseum.com and there will be a link to take you to ticketmaster.com.  Four performances, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of that weekend.”

Plenty of events to choose from no matter what your taste, but be sure you check out each event’s guidelines before showing up. “For now, we will still be under social distancing guidelines with Disney on Ice and Monster Jam. They are requiring masks to come into the facility. Our Crawfish Music Festival is outdoors, so masks won’t be required. If you choose to wear one, we are fine with that, but we will try to have everything socially distanced for the Crawfish Music Festival, as well as the other events we are going to be promoting in the coming weeks. We’re starting to see a lot of interest for events in June, July and August so we think our summer is going to be really good, and it looks like we’re turning the corner where business will be coming back.”

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