of philly pops This weekend’s show at the Met Philadelphia has been postponed.
on thursday Orchestra announced It has postponed performances of “Get Up, Stand Up,” originally scheduled for Saturday, February 18, and has not announced when these shows will resume.
Karen Corbin, chief operating officer of Philly POPS, said: “Ticket holders who were scheduled to attend ‘Get Up, Stand Up’ on Saturday and the talent who put so much effort into preparing these shows. I apologize to a certain pop musician.” in a statement. “We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and will honor these commitments by rescheduling Get Up, Stand Up.
Philadelphia POPS promoted these performances early this monthas a return to form after the orchestra was forced to leave its home of many years Kimmel Performing Arts Center After missing over $500,000 in payments to rent a venue late last year.
“Get Up, Stand Up” was originally scheduled to play at Kimmel’s Verizon Hall in February.
Instead, the orchestra decided to move the show – “rhythm and rhythm through the power vocals and unparalleled dance moves of Hamilton/Disney rising star and three-time Tony and Grammy nominee Joshua Henry.” It’s described as a show that celebrates the blues – we met in Philadelphia.
The rescheduled shows were scheduled to take place on Saturday, February 18 at 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm, but those shows have been postponed indefinitely.
A Philadelphia POPS official said the show could soon be restarted as “the organization continues to work to implement a sustainable financial model following its sudden eviction from the Kimmel Center on January 20.” Said it would be scheduled.
In a statement, Philly POPS said new dates for “Get Up, Stand Up” will be announced “soon.”
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