TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – What had once been a hot ticket has now become nearly impossible to give away as many people who had planned to see Bill Cosby perform in Tarrytown this weekend have asked for a refund for their seats.
About 800 people were expected to attend each of Cosby’s two shows on Saturday, Dec. 6 at the Tarrytown Music Hall. However, on Friday, Cosby agreed to offer refunds for those who want to boycott the comedian's shows in light of recent sex abuse allegations.
As of Monday morning, there were 301 tickets available for Cosby's 4 p.m. show and 338 tickets up for grabs for the 7:30 p.m. show.
Cosby’s shows on Dec. 6 were booked by AM Productions, which in turn rents out the theater. If the Tarrytown Music Hall were to cancel, they would have owed AM Productions $120,000, according to a report earlier this week in Daily Voice.
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