Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-07-16 13:45:00 –
Update (July 16) -Another Van Gogh exhibit will take some time to come to the Las Vegas Valley.
The show’s producer said the reopening of the exhibition would be postponed until September 15 due to “unexpected construction delays.” The producer said the delay was partly due to supply chain issues.
“As a producer of Immersive van Gogh, I was disappointed to announce that the opening in Las Vegas would be delayed twice,” said producer Corey Ross. “The cause of our delay is due to the problems we have in completing the construction, especially the supply chain problems related to the air conditioning unit being delayed due to COVID-19.”
The show’s producer said the county would not allow them to open in a temporary air conditioning unit.
“This delay longs to welcome you to the new venue at The Shops at Crystals, as well as our art team, who are very excited to hold their first Las Vegas show, but also start a new job. It’s also frustrating for our operations team to do, “Ross said. “Most importantly, it’s frustrating for ticket owners. I hope they stick to us and come back in September, where we promise to present an extraordinary immersive piece. I will. “
Original story: Las Vegas (FOX5)-Another Van Gogh exhibition is heading to Las Vegas.
“Immersive Van Gogh” will open along the Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, a new lighthouse at Shops at Crystals next to ARIA Resort & Casino.
At this exhibition, you can experience Vincent van Gogh’s work through 500,000 cubic feet of immersive projection, 60,600 frames of video, and 90 million pixels.
The exhibition is scheduled to open on July 26th, and new ticket blocks will be on sale to the public on Saturday, June 19th at 10am.
Ticket prices range from $ 59.99 to $ 99.99.Tickets can be purchased at VanGoghVegas.com..
This is a separate exhibition from the similarly named “Van Gogh: Immersive Experience” at AREA15. The exhibition is scheduled for July 5th in Las Vegas.