Coliseum show was going to be one LA's biggest New Year's Eve show
The production company that was mounting the biggest millennium celebration in the city of Los Angeles, focusing on LA's families on New Year's Eve, just announced a decision to cease preparations for the big night.
"This is the most difficult decision I ever had to make," remarked Mark Poncher, Executive Producer for Turn of the Millennium Corporation in a press release. "Our dreams and vision were greater than the dollars available to make it a reality."
The production, scheduled for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, was envisioned as a celebration of children, life and the human spirit. To that end, Poncher had involved many community church choirs, the Los Angeles Unified School District and the USC Marching Band. Also slated to appear were Los Lobos and Howie Mandel. "We are all saddened by this turn of events and hope everyone has a healthy and prosperous New Year/New Millennium," Poncher concluded.
Ticket sales were handled by Ticketmaster and anyone who has purchased tickets for this event are encouraged to call them for a refund at 213-381-2000.
Turn of the Millennium Corporation was formed in 1994 as a producer of one-of-a-kind, spectacular events and has other projects in development
Source: LA 2000 Press Release
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