BROOKS, CA – Out of an abundance of caution, the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation and Cache Creek Casino Resort executive leadership have decided to delay grand opening plans originally scheduled for September. Concerts will also be postponed until further notice. This difficult decision was made with the health and wellness of guests and employees as top priority.
The concerts postponed include: Train, the Beach Boys, Clint Black, and Boyz II Men. New dates will be announced once confirmed.
Although these events are postponed, the casino, hotel, and its amenities – including the South Tower with its luxury suites, Ensō sushi, and the newly reconfigured C2 Steak and Seafood – remain open at this time with appropriate COVID-19 protocols in place.
“We take our responsibility as leaders in Northern California’s hospitality industry seriously,” tribal and casino executive leadership stated. “The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation and Cache Creek Casino Resort will remain vigilant on behalf of the health and safety of guests and employees, as we have done throughout the pandemic.”
Even before public health officials called for it, Cache Creek Casino Resort was among the first properties to close in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation continued to provide full pay and benefits to staff for months, throughout that closure. And once vaccines became available, the Yocha Dehe Fire Department hosted several on-site vaccine clinics, providing more than 2,000 vaccine doses to casino and tribal employees, as well as the rural Capay Valley community.”
Tribal leadership and resort management will continue to work with county and state public health officials to inform future decisions regarding events, ticketed entertainment and all other operations at Cache Creek Casino Resort.