Last weekend, Friday July 9th and Saturday 10th 2021 marked the full tilt resumption of ticketed entertainment in Las Vegas. High demand events were everywhere, but tickets were gone. I was in town for the World Ticket Conference, where ticket markets, suppliers, and vendors were all stunned to see the degree to which demand had reappeared after a Covid-19 shutdown which had lasted nearly sixteen months.
Normally, this is a pretty well connected group who knows how to get into an event. However, demand was so high that folks who run mega-million ticket dollar companies were scrambling to find any ticket for Chappelle, Garth, Bruno or even Cirque du Soleil. The town was
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