Cyndi Lauper Cancels Park City Performance
Park City Performing Arts Foundation anticipates show will be rescheduled
Citing personal reasons, Cyndi Lauper has cancelled her highly-anticipated performance at Park City’s George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, Sept. 24. Exchanges and refunds will be honored. 2.
"In 10 years as an organization, we have never had a show cancel," explains Teri Orr, executive director of the Park City Performing Arts Foundation. "While we are disappointed, we understand cancellations by artists are part of the business, and we are focusing on accommodating our patrons to the best of our ability."
Patrons will have the option of exchanging their tickets for a soon-to-be-scheduled future performance by Cyndi Lauper, or may apply the credit toward an upcoming performance of the ’06-’07 Eccles Center Main Stage season. Ticket holders may also request a refund.
Park City Performing Arts Foundation is also canceling the Feb. 10 Songwriters Tour performance featuring Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt, Joe Ely and Guy Clark due to a scheduling conflict. Refunds and exchanges are also available for these ticket holders. PCPAF hopes to bring the Songwriters Tour to Park City when additional tour dates become available, and is finding a replacement act for the Feb. 10 date.
The 2006-2007 Eccles Center Main Stage season opener will now be the Children of Agape’s "Never Stop Learning Tour" on Saturday, Oct. 7. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and features an uplifting choir of African children orphaned by AIDS singing, dancing and drumming in a celebration of life. A screening of the award-winning HBO documentary, "Ithetung" by Charlie and Willie Ebersol and Kip Kroger, is part of the performance.
For more information or to receive exchanges or refunds, call 655-3114 or 655-8252.
Upcoming ’06-’07 Main Stage Season Performances
Oct. 7: Children of Agape
Oct. 13: Teddy Geiger
Nov. 18: Barrage
Nov. 25: The Duhks
Dec. 9: Wynonna with the Utah Symphony
Dec. 29 (matinee), 30 and 31: Streb
Jan. 6: Complexions Contemporary Ballet
Jan. 13: East Village Opera Company
Feb. 3: V-Day
Feb. 17: Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats
Feb. 21: Wailin’ Jennys
March 24: Bernadette Peters with the Utah Symphony
March 31: Gaelic Storm
April 14: The Animal Guys
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