Cirque’s ‘Love’ postpones 4 shows at Mirage

It’s not a secret on the Las Vegas entertainment scene that “Love” at the Mirage has been struggling at the box office throughout the city’s pandemic reopening. The show has now canceled four shows, running Tuesday through Saturday.

The show’s official response is it is to adjust to “market conditions,” which entering this year have not been favorable to the Beatles/Cirque partnership productions. Those conditions are at least peripherally related to COVID concerns among ticket-buyers. Even so, no other Cirque show has cut its schedule from previously planned dark dates entering 2022.

Official word from Cirque spokeswoman Ann Paladie, “We regularly evaluate our performance schedules in order to offer our guests the best show experience. The postponed shows will be rescheduled later this year and we will resume the normal performance schedule on Tuesday, Jan. 11. Tickets for the rescheduled shows can be refunded Or rescheduled at the original point of purchase.”

Paladie also said, “We are being more flexible with our show schedules in response to market conditions.” Cirque marked its 15th anniversary at the Mirage last June.

{ SOURCE: Las Vegas Review-Journal }