Showbiz411.com reports that poor ticket sales and reviews are to blame.
The planned engagements in Chicago, New York and St. Louis will be rescheduled, according to a press statement. The show had been scheduled to play the Park Avenue Armory in New York Aug. 13-30.
“It was great to see so many smiling faces taking pictures and enjoying The Marvel Experience in Philadelphia,” said Hero Ventures CEO Rick Licht, “though there is clearly more that we would like to accomplish with this unique endeavour. Rest assured that we’ll be back on tour shortly to bring this dynamic event around the country and around the world.”
Event organizers can confirm a refund of the ticket price and booking fee will be made to the original ticket purchaser beginning July 6. Ticket outlets will automatically handle this refund transaction to the customer’s credit or debit card. In the event of any issues arising related to the refund, customers should contact the outlet used to purchase the tickets.
The Marvel Experience is described as "an immersive, Domed attraction that features the world’s first-ever traveling 360-degree, 3-D stereoscopic full-Dome projection theatre. Along with the aforementioned, there is a state-of-the-art, thrilling motion ride and an interactive 'training center' that offers the opportunity for Marvel fans to actually become 'part of the adventure.'" Among the producers is Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark's Michael Cohl.