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Havasi Symphonic concert show rescheduled to October 24, 2020

Hollywood — It was announced that the classically trained virtuoso pianist Havasi will bring his first North American Symphonic Concert Show to Hard Rock Live, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casinoon October 24, 2020, rather than the originally scheduled date of March 21, 2020.

“Havasi’s North American Symphonic Show debut will feature the global premiere of a special cultural presentation. This musical and video composition is a collaboration that conveys a historical portrayal of the journey of Florida Seminoles,” said S. R. Tommie, Founder and President of Redline Media Group, promoters of the show. “In an effort to deliver an unforgettable experience, and in consideration of the International artists that play an integral role in the show, traveling from various parts of the globe, we have rescheduled the date of the Havasi Symphonic Concert Show to October 24th. This event will serve as a kick off to Native American Heritage Month in November with the release of this cultural tribute. Many thanks to the team at Hard Rock Live for accommodating our new date. Our goal for collaboration with Havasi remains the same: an unrivaled musical experience across North America with the Symphonic Show for many years to come.”

Havasi’s musical style blends classical tradition with the diversity of world music, soft rock and the spectacle of high-energy performance. The program will feature original composed works by Havasi. “I’m looking forward to our October date,” said Havasi. “The show will provide different moods for the audience in a memorably intense experience, like a thrilling ride on a rollercoaster. And Hard Rock Live, with its great sightlines and state-of-the-art acoustics, provides the perfect environment for both our performers and the audience to enjoy.”

Rescheduled show date is October 24, 2020 at 8 p.m. Ticket pricing is the same: $229, $189, $159, $129 and $89. Tickets will remain on sale through as well as