Wilma Throws Florida Shows Off Track

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — In what seems to be an endless cycle of storms, Hurricane Wilma took her turn at battering the southeastern United States, and forced a few closings and cancellations along the way.

Cary Reichbach, Director of Entertainment and Events of the Legends Theater at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida, wasn’t taking any chances as the weather system approached.

“We’ve shut down all operations until Tuesday,” he told CelebrityAccess. “Hopefully, we’ll be up and running by then.”

Jon Stoll of Fantasma Productions gave us a full list of affected shows in the Florida area including Aimee Mann concerts at the Carefree Theatre in West Palm Beach and the Tampa Theatre on the 26th and 27th have both been postponed until February. A ZZ Top show has been postponed until December, and Trisha Yearwood dates have been pushed back until early next year. Jethro Tull and Nine Inch Nails dates in the area were still on at press time, pending any major interruptions.

John D. Wilkes of the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota was forced to cancel two daytime performances and Monday nights public performance of “Broadway Junior,” but other shows this week, including “Bjorn Again,” David Sanborn and Chris Botti, and Billy Idol will go on as planned.

Stay tuned to CelebrityAccess for additional news and info on our friends in the area as it becomes available. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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