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Parx Casino Changes the Schedule of Casino Shows Due to COVID-19

Parx Casino, the world-class casino in Pennsylvania, has made an official announcement informing its global customer base about the rescheduling of casino shows and events with an intention to safeguard customers and employees from coronavirus pandemic.

The news was circulated amongst the people and the current guests through a chain of tweets on the casino’s official Twitter handle. What started in Wuhan, China, has now become one of the most challenging diseases across all the major countries and regions. The aggravating situation triggered the World Health Organization to categorize the disease as a pandemic. One of the prime reasons for the widespread outbreak is social interaction because of which authorities are encouraging people to practice social distancing and living in quarantine. The government authorities and global social and health organizations are putting in their best strategic efforts to channelize efficient relief operations to curb the pandemic spread.

Given below is the list of the casino shows that have been rescheduled by the Parx Casino authorities to aid the precautionary measures taken by the organizations around the world. Have a look:

  • The Michael Carbonaro show will now be organized on December 10, 2020, instead of the earlier march 15, 2020 schedule. The tickets for the show will be honored on the new rescheduled date.

  • The Andrew Dice Clay show that was scheduled to take place on March 21, 2020, has been slated to take place on September 19, 2020, due to the depressing conditions prevailing in and around the country.

  • The new date for the Ron White show, which was slated to take place on March 27, 2020, is November 21, 2020.

  • The Tony Bennett’s show at Parx Casino that was slated to be organized on March 29, 2020, has been shifted to July 10, 2020.

  • Parx Casino has rescheduled The Revivalists’ show to July 25, 2020. The show that was to be conducted earlier on March 20, 2020, has been shifted because of the corona outbreak.

Michael Grant

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