Shawn Klush’s Elvis World Tour – postponed
We are extremely disappointed to announce that Shawn Klush’s Elvis World Tour tonight (Thursday 1st October 2015) at the Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow has been postponed. This was due to a mix up with Shawn’s booking with American Airlines. Shawn arrived at the airport for his flight from Philadelphia, but American Airlines did not have a seat for him. Even after explaining that he was due in Scotland for the opening night of his UK tour, they refused to do anything for him.
Shawn is currently awaiting the next flight to Glasgow but this would not arrive until after 10pm this evening.
We have arranged with his promoter and management for Shawn and his band to stay in the country an extra couple of days and the concert has now been rescheduled for MONDAY 12th OCTOBER @ 7:30PM.
Original tickets booked will still be valid for this new date. However, if customers are unable to attend and have paid by credit or debit card, we ask them to please call the box office on 0141-332-1846 to arrange a full refund. If customers paid by cash, a refund can be obtained from the theatre box office direct, bringing their original tickets with them. This must be done before Monday 12th October and unfortunately, no refund can be given after this time.
We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause and hope that customers appreciate that this is out with our control and have tried every way we can to try and remedy this and hope that they can hang off that wee bit longer and see one of the world’s best Elvis shows.
Promoter Brian Shaw says: “Shawn is devastated by this turn of events. He has made several visits for us over the past couple of years and always with massive success everywhere. The rest of the band, The Sweet Inspirations, sound lights and production team are already in town.
As a result of the mix up with American Airlines in Philadelphia, Shawn immediately transferred to JFK in New York to try and make it in time with an alternative airline, but to no avail.
We have now made new arrangements with everyone for him and the show to stay in the UK for an extra three days so that he can appear on Monday the 12th October instead. We sincerely hope everyone can still make it for what is guaranteed to be a very special event.”
Since it opened in 1904, the Pavilion has stayed close to it roots producing and providing a traditional venue for Comedy, Music, Variety and all other areas of Entertainment.
Situated in the heart of Glasgow’s Theatreland, the Pavilion is one of the oldest theatres in Scotland but is well equipped to produce the best in entertainment in the 21st century.
There is something for everyone at the Pavilion, come and see!
The Pavilion Theatre,
121 Renfield Street,
0141 332 1846