LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The show must go on, but not until after Jan. 15, 2021.
MGM Resorts International has canceled its shows through Jan. 15 in accordance with Gov. Sisolak's extension of the "Nevada pause" to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
A spokesperson for MGM Resorts told 13 Action News:
"In accordance with Governor Sisolak’s extension of the statewide pause, MGM Resorts will continue following all guidelines as set forth and will be canceling all live entertainment shows on sale through January 15. The health and safety of our employees and guests is our greatest priority and we remain committed to the comprehensive safety programs in place throughout our operations."
The top of MGM's entertainment website currently reads, "World-Class Entertainment is Expected to Return to the Stage January 16, 2021."
MGM says customers who have tickets not purchased through the venue directly are advised to contact their provider.
For a full list of canceled shows visit MGMResorts.com.