Maximize entertainment at minimal cost with one of these great shows.
Worried you’ve lost that lovin’ feeling? Not to worry! The Righteous Brothers are back and they’re taking Vegas by storm with their incredible performances of classics you know and love. Join Bill Medley and Bucky Heard at Harrah’s for a night in rock ‘n’ roll heaven!
For a big top experience like you’ve never seen before, head over to Paris Las Vegas for Circus 1903. With amazing, lifelike model elephants, impressive puppeteers, and a talented crew of performers, this show is sure to transport you back in time.
This young, self-taught magician has been taking the Vegas stage since he was 15 years old. Now, at 28, Mat Franco is here to stay with a brand new show at The LINQ. Combining comedy with improv, he’s ready to surprise you with something new each night.
WOW (which stands for World of Wonder) harkens back to classic Vegas variety shows like Jubilee, but is updated to include aerialists and acrobats like you’d see in modern Cirque du Soliel performances. WOW incorporates dancing pirates, a plate-spinning chef, and an “America’s Got Talent” crossbow whiz.
The 90-minute production toured in Europe before landing at its venue at the Rio’s Penn & Teller theater. With its theater-in-the-round layout, there’s not a bad seat in the house, with tickets starting at $49.
If there’s one comedian who will go to great lengths to get a reaction out of his audience, it’s Tom Green. Prior to landing his new Vegas gig, he garnered a cult following through The Tom Green Show and is often remembered for his directorial debut, Freddy Got Fingered. Now, you can catch the comedian four nights per week at The BackRoom at Bally’s.
With tickets starting at $54, there’s no excuse not to take advantage of an opportunity to find out what ridiculous stunts Green has in store during his live show.