Dionne Warwick is ending her residency in Las Vegas after six shows
Dionne Warwick the residency at the Stirling Club in Turnberry Place was due to run until December. It closed after two weeks and six performances.
The entertainment legend made the call herself. Warwick informed Stirling Club officials that she was canceling all of her shows at the newly refurbished Stirling Hall.
“Due to unforeseen circumstances, the producers of ‘An Intimate Evening’ with Miss Dionne Warwick, have canceled all performances with immediate effect with no update on her upcoming public performance at the Stirling Club.”
Efforts to reach Warwick on Thursday were unsuccessful.
Warwick had mentioned on her opening night show that she fell and injured her shin, and was taken from the stage in a wheelchair. Warwick also told UNLV officials on Monday that she would not be able to attend the UNLV College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame induction dinner on Tuesday, where she was honored with another legend. . Paul Anca.
club manager Debbie Kelleher said on Thursday afternoon that she was “very open” to artists headlining the Stirling Room. The venue had been refurbished and extended for the Warwick shows. “We built it and know we know we can do it,” Kelleher said.
Those interested in following Warwick’s brief run can contact Kelleher at [email protected]
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