Hundreds of events worldwide have been cancelled in order to prevent the spread of covid-19, more commonly referred to as coronavirus, to large groups of international travelers. The first major event to cancel was Ultra Abu Dhabi, followed by the brand’s flagship festival in Miami. Coachella and Stagecoach have not been ordered to close as of yet, and EDC Las Vegas and promoter Insomniac have made no mention of the virus on their social media channels. (Insomniac’s Okeechobee, also in Florida, is currently underway.)
Pete Townshend’s Instagram tease was indeed prophetic.
The Who are performing six shows at the Colossuem at Caesars Palace on their “Moving On” tour. The dates are May 5, 7, 9, 12, 14 and 16. Tickets starting at $69 (minus fees) are on sale to the general public 10 a.m. Dec. 13, at starting Friday, Dec. 13 at ticketmaster.com or at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace box office.
Led by as always by legendary vocalist Roger Daltrey and Townshend on guitar, The Who played six shows at the Colossuem in July-August 2017. The new set of shows have been formally announced Wednesday morning.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (KGTV) — Guests were forced from the fastest ship in the galaxy at Disneyland Friday, after a massive earthquake struck Southern California.
The magnitude 7.1 quake hit the Ridgecrest area about 160 miles east of the theme park just before 8:20 p.m.
Video from Disneyland after the earthquake showed guests being evacuated from the park’s Millennium Falcon ride in “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.” Guests in other areas of the park also reported rides temporarily closed for employees to conduct safety inspections.
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake rattled Southern California on Thursday and officials said it was the largest to hit the region in 20 years. The quake struck near the city of Ridgecrest, which is located about 160 miles northeast of Los Angeles.
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Gene Simmons has confirmed to the “Lipps Service” radio show that KISS‘s upcoming “End Of The Road” tour will indeed be the band’s last. “The answer is yes, and I’ll tell you why,” he elaborated,”It’s always interesting marketing when you say, ‘I promise,’ and all that. KISS is the hardest-working band in show business — period. It doesn’t mean we’re the best, although we call ourselves that. But I wear about seven-inch platform dragon boots. Each one weighs 10 or 11 pounds. That’s 20-plus pounds on the legs. It’s like working out with bowling balls. Then on top of that, there’s another 30 pounds or so between the armor [and the rest of the outfit]. And so if you put [Mick] Jagger and Bono — [who are] both great — in my outfits, they’d… like little girls, they’d fall down… They can’t do this. And I’ve gotta spit fire and fly through the air and all that. It is physically exhausting… So the idea is go out with some dignity.”