I searched the forum and did not see this news. I have tickets for the 1st week in August so hopefully it is still around then.
Well. Cosmo maybe closing soon if things don't get better for them. They are losing money yearly and aren't they looking for someone to buy them out or something?
Well Cosmo was just sold so new management has not yet made the changes needed
I dont think the publicity for the show was at all successful in getting over what the show was. Even going to the official website doesnt leave you much the wiser.
Maybe if it goes to SLS, then SLS will be more successful in marketing it.
Maybe they should market it like YOU are part of the show, and interact with the characters
essentially its a meal or club and they have acts during the meal dont they?
Im looking at their youtube video and i still cant work it out.
this is how its described on the website:
"Conceived and produced by the creative minds at Spiegelworld, Vegas Nocturne arrives nightly with two distinct shows at 7:30PM and 9:30PM. Elusive, intriguing and unexpected, Vegas Nocturne brings together an eclectic blend of world-class talent. The performances unfold over the course of the evening with a unique balance of choreographed and unscripted acts deeply ingrained with live, unconventional music."
Jekyll and Hyde is a similar concept restaurant but describes its self as
"A restaurant and club...offering continuous live entertainment and spooky special effects."
A description thats a bit simpler, less pretentious and you find out exactly what youre buying into.
Maybe if Rose Rabbit Lie wasnt trying so hard to sound grandiouse and actually just plainly said what it was then more people would have gone.
Anyone have any experience with buying tickets for a show and having the show cancelled before the event? I assume they would just refund me but you know what they say about assuming...
I think it would be a good match for SLS. But not in a tent, it has to be in the building.
SLS has to give people a reason to come see the place, and this could work. It doesn't have to make money, and probably wouldn't for some time. It would still be a good fit if it brings enough people to the property.
Think of the good Star Trek did for Hilton for many years. This could do the same.
"Anyone have any experience with buying tickets for a show and having the show cancelled before the event? I assume they would just refund me but you know what they say about assuming..."
A few years ago, we were at a Carrot Top show, and about 5 minutes into the show, he suddenly wasn't feeling good and he was losing his voice, so the show was cancelled. We were told we could go to the box office to receive a refund or Criss Angel tickets, however, the line was way too long. We went back the next day and were told that a refund had already been issued. They said that in cases like this, they always to a mass refund.
So, my assumption would be that if this show were cancelled before the date you have your tickets booked, you would be issued a refund. However, just to be sure, you could always call the box office and ask them.Edited: 12 July 2014, 01:30
Jacob: We've only had two show cancellations in recent years. One was a show in the Miracle Mile Mall, in which the tickets were purchased either from Travelzoo or Groupon. I went to the box office and had the tickets switched to another night.
The other was a show with Lee Ann Rimes at TI. It was a one night only performance, so even if I wanted to we couldn't change tickets. That was booked directly through TI, who I believe used Ticketmaster. We received a text a few hours before the show notifying us of the cancellation, and the money was credited back to the card used for the purchase that day.
Obviously the answer depends on who you purchased the tickets from, and how you bought them.