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Human Nature Out At The IP, Err, Quad

November 27, 2012 at 12:09 AM | by | ()

It was a show we always talked about wanting to see if it weren't at the IP, but now we've lost our chance when it comes to Human Nature.

The Aussie singing group held their final performance Sunday at Imperial Palace (soon to be The Quad). It had been their home since 2009. Caesars Entertainment says the group will now tour Florida before returning to the outback. No word on whether this was a mutual decision or more of a 'well, it's been nice having ya.'

Earlier this month, Vegas entertainment columnist John Katsilometes foretold HN's departure, and pegged Recycled Percussion (formerly of the Tropicana) as their replacement. It's not official just yet but, according to Kats, it is a certainty. Here's what else is making headlines about Vegas:

●Steve Wynn prepares to give it another go when it comes to an east coast resort (Boston Globe)
●The Plaza has lost some of its Cools factor, the downtown bar by hypnotist Anthony Cools has closed (Fremont Street Bars)
●Come on, ride the train, the Vegas to LA party train, hey, and ride it (LA Times)

(PHOTO: zimbio.com, Ethan Miller/Getty Images for SPI Ent.)

Archived Comments:


HUMAN NATURE puts on such a good Show...you shouldn't have waited so long VC...IP ambiance aside, once in the showroom and the lights go down...you could be any where.
(you'll get a second chance)

HUMAN NATURE have been mentioning for several months now about their 'move', even thought they were hard pressed for details at their Shows.
The 'rumor' has been...after a few tour dates, and Christmas back home...their next Vegas home will be either Venetian or Palazzo.

Too much construction

HUMAN NATURE was one of the few positives that IP had, and they let them slip away.  Jeff Civillico has dropped his performances in the same theater from 7 days a week down to 3. All the chaos and mess from building the Linq seems mighty wasted.  As evident from the struggles going on at the PLAZA downtown, once you chase your base customers away, they rarely return.