Renowned comedian Jo Koy’s show at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (GSR) has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 6, 2021, due to Governor Steve Sisolak’s recent directives of no more than 50 people allowed at public gatherings for at least the next three weeks beginning Tuesday, Nov. 24.
The performance was booked in accordance with Nevada Guidance for Safe Gatherings and would adhere to the resort’s health and safety protocols developed in collaboration with health experts ahead of reopening in June. GSR stands ready to safely host shows in the 2,400+ seat Grand Theatre when permitted.
Guests will be advised of any revisions to Washoe County’s COVID-19 restrictions. Refunds will be available for 30 days through point of purchase. As of December 25, 2020, all tickets will be valid for the new date of March 6, 2021. GSR apologizes for any inconvenience this causes ticketholders.
GSR and the Grand Theatre are committed to doing our best to provide a safe and healthy environment for our valued guests and devoted team members. At this time, tickets for shows are grouped into and sold as "pods" to promote social distancing between groups. There will be a capacity limit of 249 people per show. No casino comps will be offered or mailed, though, casino guests can as always use comps and points. Ticket purchases online will be STRONGLY encouraged and the box office desk will NOT be reopening at this time for normal hours of operation. All ticketing will be digital, no physical tickets will be issued. All "in person sales" will be handled over the phone, no cash sales will be permitted and no walk up sales day of show will be permitted per GCB regulations
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