Roth on Canceled residency in Vegas
UPDATE (1/5/21): David Lee Roth has since released a statement to EO on the canceled Las Vegas residency, which can be seen at the bottom of the page. In a statement similar to Fox News Digitalthe singer also said, “It’s not about me anymore.”
After first canceling his New Year’s and New Year’s Eve shows in Las Vegas, legendary Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth has now canceled his entire Vegas residency, which was to serve as his final performances. live before retirement.
the Las Vegas Exam Log reported that Roth confirmed the cancellation of the residency yesterday (January 3), according to a House of Blues representative at Mandalay Bay, the location where the singer’s callback took place after what was supposed to be a list of shows throughout January.
It’s unclear whether the singer plans to reschedule the residency and no further explanation for the cancellation has been provided.
In one Press release detailing the canceled New Year’s concerts, the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay said: “Due to unforeseen circumstances related to COVID and out of an abundance of caution for those working and attending the shows, David Lee Roth performances scheduled for December 31 2021 and January 1, 2022 have been cancelled. Refunds will be automatically processed and ticket holders will be notified directly.”
Roth, 67, ever the cryptic communicator, shared an image of a painting on social media that was accompanied by text that read, “A funny thing happened on the way to Vegas,” which presumably makes reference to Las Vegas news. cancellation of stay.
In early October, the Van Halen icon announced he was “throwing away the shoes” in an interview with the Las Vegas Review Journal and promised, “There is no passing of the torch. There is no another side of that coin. It’s classic, in your Van Halen face.”
David Lee Roth statement on canceled Las Vegas residency
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