The show will continue for Tony Bennett in San Diego, but not as planned.
The 90-year-old vocal legend has postponed his Wednesday concert at the San Diego Symphony Bayside Summer Nights at Embarcadero Marina Park South. He will now perform at the same location on August 15. Tickets and parking passes for Wednesday’s concert will be honored on the new date.
No reason was given for the delay. As of this writing, Bennet’s Friday and Saturday concerts at the Hollywood Bowl are still scheduled to take place, along with his July 17-18 shows in San Francisco.
His most recent performance was on July 5 in Manchester, England, where he received rave reviews in the local press.
Those unable to attend Bennett’s new concert in San Diego on August 15 can redeem their tickets – free of charge – for any other Bayside Summer Nights show, except The Commodores, “La La Land in Concert” and “Hooray for Hollywood “. All three are exhausted.
A refund of any difference in ticket price, if necessary, will be made. Certain exclusions may apply.
Those unable to attend Bennett’s rescheduled performance also have the option of returning their tickets to the San Diego Symphony as a tax-deductible contribution.
Tickets can also be refunded by contacting the Symphony Orchestra box office at (619) 235-0804. Refunds must be made by August 7 to meet customer interest in tickets. No refund will be made after August 15th.
Bennett’s most recent regional concert was on November 4 at Harrah’s Resort SoCal. On December 20, he was greeted on a two-hour 90th birthday TV special on NBC, which featured him along with star admirers such as Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Aretha Franklin, Billy Joel, Diana Krall and Lady Gaga.