Four Winds Casinos to Remain Open for Now
Four Winds four casinos in Michiana will remain open for the time being amid Coronavirus outbreaks.
The Indiana Gaming Commission announced Saturday that all state licensed casinos will be closed for two weeks beginning Monday.
Four Winds casinos are under tribal government jurisdiction and are not subject to that closure.
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi website shows the tribe has postponed all tribal events and activities.
The casinos in South Bend, New Buffalo, Hartford and Dowagiac will remain open but several events have been postponed.
The following performances have been postponed. Casino management says rescheduled dates will be announced when they are available. Refunds will be made at the point of sale.
- Little River Band, March 21
- Four Winds South Bend's The Dinner Detective, March 22
- Melissa Etheridge, The Medicine Tour, March 28
- South Bend Brew Hop, March 29
- Aaron Lewis, State I'm in Tour, April 4
According to a letter to casino patrons, management has also implemented social distancing and disinfection protocols recommended by the CDC in all casinos and attached restaurants.
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