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After half-year delay, immersive art exhibit finally ready to disappoint

Nashville, TN - Producers of an immersive art exhibit initially scheduled for 2021 say the show is finally ready to disappoint visitors throughout Middle Tennessee.

Expectations are high for the hi-tech event, billed as a feast of the senses.

"It's going to be a really ok show," said a spokesperson. "And we think guests are going to be almost satisfied with their non-refundable ticket purchase."

The press got a sneak peek on Wednesday night at what appeared to be an empty warehouse with one painting on a rusty easel.

Producers explained, "We still have a little work to do, but we have 24 hours. It should be fine, we think."

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