The Las Vegas Residency

 

Shania is returning to the Las Vegas Strip with Shania Twain “Let’s Go!” The Vegas Residency, opening at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. 

 

Shania will serve as creative director for her new Las Vegas show, combining her three decade-long career with inspiration from her iconic videos and elements from her 2018 sold out global NOW tour. This country rebel at heart will push the boundaries in Vegas, just as she always has done, taking fans on a journey of nostalgia and blowing them away with outside-the-box concepts and visual spectacles. 

 

Tickets for a string of show dates across the coming months are on sale now through Ticketmaster at www.shaniatwain.com or in person at the Planet Hollywood box office with prices beginning at $60 + applicable taxes and fees:

 

Dec. 2019: 6, 7, 11, 13, 14, 18

March 2020: 13, 14, 18, 20, 21, 25, 27, 28 

May 2020: 20, 22, 23, 27, 29, 30

June 2020: 3, 5, 6

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rpeddell's picture

I purchased tickets back in January, a government restriction to travel, and Las Vegas shutting down. We missed our show for March 20, 2020. I have called the ticket promoters both Ticketmaster and StubHub to clear this up. The fact that the promoters are sitting on this and holding on to peoples hard earned money for a show that people planned around there availability and trips. Not Shania controlling there schedule when promoters see fit. Refunding peoples money for an event not met is a no brainer and in the current world wide situation should be instant. Surely Shania is not hurting for the money vs her fans. 

anne_brandt56's picture

It is inexcusable that the event planner and/or artist is not canceling the shows for March and instead just postponing.  None of us are able to get a refund through our event insurance and/or otherwise because of this.  We also had tickets for ZZ Top and the Venetian did the right thing and canceled the shows so that we could all receive refunds.  The world has gotten harder for us, and you guys should not make it harder.  Please reconsider your position - it is the right thing to do.

carolynjones100's picture

I was unable to attend the March 14 show due to coronavirus exposure.  The government recommendation was to NOT be in large groups due to possible exposure.  My hotel and airlines refunded my money easily.  I have been unable to get a refund or credit from Ticketmaster.  What can I do? 

L_Armstrong's picture

I just read that your Vegas shows are postponed; however, per, Ticketmaster, refunds for postponed shows are up to the event planner.  So, will there be refunds offered for those of us that want a refund, as opposed to waiting for new dates?  Thank you.  P.S. We do love your work and have several CDs; nevertheless, we need to seek a refund.

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