Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino announced today that Fall 2020 performances of Barry Manilow: The Hits Come Home will be postponed.
Barry shared the following message with his fans:
“I hope this note finds you safe, healthy and wearing a mask. Just like you, we are dealing with the uncertainty of the future and processing information as quickly as we can. As you probably already know, the State of Nevada is currently operating under the Governor’s State of Emergency Order. That means that none of the state’s entertainment venues, including Westgate’s International Theater, are allowed to operate.
Trust me, there is nothing that would make my heart happier than to be back home at Westgate and in the International Theater performing for you, my friends. But for everyone’s health and safety, that just has to wait. In the meantime, out of an abundance of caution and respect for all the plans that everyone has to make…and change…and make again…we are going to postpone the planned Fall 2020 concerts.
The great news is that we have put together new show dates throughout 2021. Your current tickets can be rescheduled or transferred for any of the dates below in 2021.
One thing this pandemic has taught us is that there are a lot of kind people in the world. Your patience and understanding bring bright spots to my days and remind me that there is more than music that binds us together.
When the good times come again, we’ll meet again. Thank you.”
Those who have already purchased tickets for the rescheduled performances are encouraged to return to their point of sale for rebooking options.
All 2021 show dates will be available for rebooking within the next 30 days.
Tickets for MANILOW: LAS VEGAS – The Hits Come Home! tickets range in price from $54.75 to $355.00 plus tax and applicable fees.
More information will be available on their website.