The SPOT attraction show was originally supposed to be a free event in Las Vegas, but now that it’s closed, there’s no way to watch it without paying a $20 fee.
The SPOTT event, which was a three-day event, was held at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and closed after a tragic incident.
The event was originally slated to be held at the Hyatt Regency, but the resort and Hyatt were unable to work out the cost of hosting it at Mandalahawkes.
The entire event cost $40 million.
The SPOT event had the usual lineup of stars including Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Dwayne Johnson, Tom Hanks, Scarlett Johanson, and Will Smith.
The show also featured celebrity guests including actors, musicians, actresses, and comedians.
The entire event was reportedly cancelled after a horrific incident in which the man died after falling into a pool of water.
He was later found to have an overdose of prescription medication, which he reportedly took while under the influence of a sleeping pill.
The man was reportedly an employee of SPOT and the show was a promotion for the resort.
The man died from cardiac arrest at the scene.