The Rialto Theatre announced today that April's Rodriguez show is moving to the AVA Amphitheater at Casino del Sol. So y'all can put down the pitchforks and torches. Your original ticket will be honored and more tickets will be available, in case you didn't get one before the Rialto sell-out.
Rodriguez, of Oscar nominated film Searching For Sugarman, will perform at AVA Amphitheater on 4/19.
Due to overwhelming demand, the performance is being moved to AVA Amphitheater at Casino del Sol. Details below:
—For all of you that have purchased tickets already, you will be given an assigned seat that should correspond very closely with your seat purchased for the Rialto show. Row A at Rialto will be Row A at AVA, and so on. There will be no extra charge whatsoever.
—If you purchased an upgrade after the original move announcement, it will be refunded automatically to your credit card. Please allow 72 hours for the credit to appear on your statement.
—If you requested a refund after we announced that we were moving the show, and would like to get your ticket back, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will arrange for this.
—If you would like a refund for any reason (related to the venue change or not), you have until Monday, March 18th to claim it. Please contact email@example.com.
—You do not need to exchange your tickets in advance — you will be able to do so on the night of show at AVA Amphitheater.
—However, you will be able to exchange your originally purchased Rialto tickets for the corresponding AVA tickets beginning Monday February 25th at noon at the Rialto Box Office, regardless of your delivery method. In other words, whether you have will call tickets or you already have your tickets in hand, you'll be able to exchange them for AVA tickets during regular box office hours (noon to 6, M-F).
—Patrons who purchased tickets at Bookmans locations don't need to do anything — just bring your ticket to AVA on the night of the show and you will be given a wristband for a seated section in the pavilion.
We appreciate your patience. We hope you all enjoy the show.
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