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Human Nature ends long-running Las Vegas residency

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Posted at 6:11 PM, Jun 10, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Australia’s Human Nature, who have been Las Vegas residents for over a decade, announced Wednesday they will be ending their seven-year residency in the Sands Showroom at The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas amid the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The residency was the longest-running headlining show at The Venetian Resort to date.

“We are very sad that we will not be returning to our amazing Sands Showroom at the Venetian Resort,” said Andrew Tierney of Human Nature. “The Venetian Resort has been an amazing partner the last seven years and we will miss working with our fantastic band, crew, ushers, and executive team who have been supportive of us and our show from day one.”

“I am so proud of Human Nature and to be a part of this outstanding group of men that I can proudly call friends,” says Adam Steck of SPI Entertainment. “We are grateful for the wonderful opportunity that The Venetian Resort has provided us with over the last seven years and we look forward to the next endeavor with this amazing group here in Las Vegas.”

Human Nature says they look forward to their next chapter as soon as live performances are able to withstand a revitalized approach to regular business.

For now, the group says they are excited to let fans know there will be announcements soon about various online livestream experiences to provide their fans with the level of fun, excitement, and musical experiences that will be announced shortly.

“Though we are sad to be ending our Venetian residency, we look forward to doing what we do best – inspire, entertain and bring joy and love to our audiences through our music and live shows,” says Toby Allen of Human Nature. “Las Vegas has been our home for over a decade and though the world is in the middle of massive change, we are excited about the future and are confident that we will all get through this together and embrace what will become our ‘new normal’ – whatever that may be right now.”

Ticket holders can receive refunds at the original point of purchase location.