We here at the Riviera Hotel & Casino are thrilled to announce our new dog-friendly program, which includes a plastic mat, food and water dishes, and dog treats to welcome your furry friend.
The Riviera is one of very few hotelson the Las Vegas strip that welcomes animals…unless you count tigers and snakes in certain silly magic shows. We know that your pet is a part of your family, and we want to give you peace of mind so that you can focus on relaxing once you reach Sin City.
The area around Las Vegas is quite beautiful and conducive to hiking with your pet. See some of our posts – like this one – about daytrips you can make out of the city.)
If you do decide to bring your favorite canine to our hotel, please do let us know in advance when you make your reservation. To ensure comfort for all guests, we have designated dog-friendly areas and ask that you keep your pet supervised and on a leash while in public parts of the hotel. We also ask that your dog weigh 50 pounds or less, and that he or she be present at check-in.
If you’re looking for places in town that provide grooming, day care, boarding, toys or medical care for your pet, we’ll make sure to provide you with a list. And we’ll throw in a few treats!
We at the Riviera want to ensure you have a dynamite time here in Las Vegas, so bring Fido and ensure yourself a relaxing, winning time!
For more information, please give us a call at (855) 468-6748, or visit our homepage.
The Riviera Hotel Las Vegas has spent more than five decades as the fabled Strip’s unparalleled entertainment epicenter.
Here at the Riviera, we don’t do things halfway. With the help of the biggest Hollywood actress in the world at the time, Joan Crawford, our resort flung open its doors on April 20, 1955. The resort revolutionized Vegas architecture: as the first high-rise in town, it clocked in as hands down the tallest hotel in Las Vegas. That night, we hired the hottest name in showbiz, Liberace, to whirl his way around his piano, and we paid him an astronomical sum to consider us his permanent performance home. (We also gave him a red Mercedes Benz for his birthday one year.) He accepted.
Word got out: throughout the rest of the 1950s, people arrived here in droves, both because of our enormous casino and for the chance to see premium performers: not just Liberace, but Orson Welles (who performed in 1956), Dinah Shore, Ginger Rogers and Red Skelton, among many others. The sold-out Red Skelton shows were so popular that hundreds and hundreds of fans stood and waited outside, even after the performances had begun, hoping the maître d’ would find some space for them inside.
In the 1960s, the Riviera started attracting even bigger names, Elvis Presley being one of them. Marlene Dietrich, Louis Armstrong and Barbra Streisand all performed here, with Streisand making her Vegas debut opening for one of Liberace’s always sold-out shows.
The hotel even made a few stars. One night, Debbie Reynolds fell ill and couldn’t perform. So we brought in a little-known singer/actress named Kaye Stevens to fill in.
She was sensational.
Kaye Stevens’ album from that time, Ruckus at the Riviera, is now a cult hit: an Internet search shows vintage vinyl copies going for upwards of $75-$100. She made such an impression at the Riviera that Ed McMahon introduced her to Johnny Carson and the Rat Pack.
And that’s when things really started to get interesting.
The Rat Pack loved the Riviera. Dean Martin became part owner of the hotel at one point. Shirley MacLaine, another of the raucous group’s few female members, has frequently high-kicked her way across our stage in a red-sequined pantsuit. Sammy Davis Jr. is remembered in the Las Vegas Walk of Stars right in front of our hotel.
And then there was Frank Sinatra. After his first visit here, the Riviera quickly became one of his favorite mid-century hangouts. He stayed here so often, we redesigned his room to his specifications. The Riviera was also the site of Sinatra’s last permanent engagement in Vegas, and we dedicated his suite in his name after he died. You can stay there: it’s room 2902 in the Monte Carlo Tower.
Since our storied beginning, the Riviera has been the symbol of glamour, nightlife and enormous entertainment. Our plush rooms and huge, 120,000-square-foot casino have been featured in films such as:
The original Ocean’s 11
Martin Scorcese’s Casino
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
3,000 Miles to Graceland
Our shows, especially our sexy live show, Crazy Girls, are so popular that even luminaries such as Prince Albert of Monaco (Grace Kelly’s son) become huge fans. Prince Albert was so taken with the dancers that he and his entourage treated them to a night on the town, replete with limousines and champagne.
More than fifty years after its inception, the Riviera Hotel Las Vegas continues to attract the best in showbiz, and continues to strive for greatness. We are honored to have you stay with us, and to become part of our legendary story.
Iconic rock star and reality TV star Bret Michaels brings his current solo tour,” Get Your Rock On,” to the Royale Pavilion at the Riviera Hotel & Casino Saturday, October 29, at 10pm.
As frontman for the legendary rock band, Poison, the iconic rock band has sold over 30 million records worldwide and charted 10 Top 40 singles including “Talk Dirty to Me,” “Something to Believe In,” “Nothing But a Good Time” and the number one hit “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.”
Michaels has branched out as an accomplished solo artist and multi-talented songwriter, producer, actor and director and is also enjoying an extremely successful run as a reality star, businessman and activist. Michaels’ most recent solo release, “Custom Built,” shot to number one on Billboard’s Top Hard Rock Album chart, while his smash VH1 shows, “Rock of Love“ and “Bret Michaels: Life as I Know It,” catapulted him into the limelight. Additionally, Michaels appeared on Donald Trump’s NBC hit, “Celebrity Apprentice 3,” last year and was the winning contestant, earning $640,000 for the American Diabetes Association. With philanthropy as another significant facet of Michaels’ career, Michaels, a lifelong diabetic, partnered with American Diabetes Association, acting as a spokesperson and sponsor.
Tickets are $38 for reserved seating, $48 for preferred seating and $64 for VIP seating. All prices are exclusive of tax and fees. Tickets are available at the Riviera Box Office, online at ticketmaster.com or by phone at 800-745-3000. Tickets purchased at the Riviera Box Office will not be subject to a service fee.
Actor and comedian Paul Rodriguez, along with special guest, Murray Langston, The Unknown Comic, will be bringing his quick wit and hilarious standup style to the Riviera Hotel & Casino’s Starlite Theatre, performing Wednesday-Sunday, August 31-September 11.
Revered as one of the first Latin Kings of Comedy, Rodriguez has spent over 40 years making audiences laugh all over the world in English and Spanish. His first big break came while doing comedy warm-ups for Norman Lear’s show “Gloria” and has had a successful career since then with starring roles and featured appearances in more than 40 films and countless television shows and comedy specials.
As an accomplished writer, director and producer for television, motion pictures and feature shows, Rodriguez executive produced in the comedy concert film “The Original Latin Kings of Comedy,” in which he starred with Cheech Marin, George Lopez and Carlos Mencia. In addition to many other successful television and film projects, Rodriguez also wrote, directed and starred in the comedy, “A Million to Juan” and six comedy specials for HBO including “Loco Slam,” “Live in San Quentin” and “Idiots and Armadillos,” which he also executive produced.
Langston is best known for his comic performances on “The Gong Show” usually appearing with a paper bag over his head and thus became “The Unknown Comic.” Langston’s career began in 1970 when he appeared on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” and proceeded with appearances on many more series, including “The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour,” “The Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show,” “The Wolfman Show” and “The Bobby Vinton Show.” Additionally, Langston wrote material for Joan Rivers, Jim Carrey, Ruth Buzzi and many other comedians as well created comedic situations for “Candid Camera” and appeared in several of his own segments.
Shows will run nightly Wednesday through Sunday at 7:30pm in the Starlite Theatre. Tickets are $39.95 for preferred seating and $59.95 for VIP seating. All prices are exclusive of tax and fees. To purchase tickets, visit tickets.rivierahotel.com, call 702-794-9433 or visit the Riviera Box Office.
Upcoming Entertainers in the Starlite Theatre
David Brenner – October 26 through November 6
The Village People – November 9 through November 20
Gary Lewis & The Playboys with special guest Dennis Tufano, the original lead singer of The Buckinghams will hit the stage in the Starlite Theatre at Riviera Hotel & Casino July 20 through July 31.
Gary Lewis like his father, comedian Jerry Lewis, skyrocketed to fame at a young age. While playing in their first job at Disneyland, Gary Lewis and The Playboys were discovered in the summer of 1964 by producer Snuff Garret. Soon after, they produced their first hit single “This Diamond Ring.” Continued success ensued for Gary Lewis and The Playboys with several more Top 10 hits including “Count Me In,” “Save Your Heart for Me,” “Everybody Loves a Clown,” “She’s Just My Style,” “Sure Gonna Miss Her” and many more. In addition to appearing on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” “American Bandstand,” “Hullabaloo,” “The Tonight Show” and other shows, Lewis was named Cash Box magazine’s “Male Vocalist of the Year,” winning the honor against other nominees Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra in 1965.
As a part of the great 60s band The Buckinghams, Dennis Tufano, the original lead singer of the group, had a string of five Top 10 hits including “Kind of a Drag,” “Don’t You Care,” “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy,” “Hey Baby, They’re Playing Our Song,” “Susan” and “Back in Love Again.” Following his success in The Buckinghams, Tufano was part of the song-writing duo, Tufano and Giammarese, and recorded three albums with Lou Adler’s custom label, Ode Records. He has also performed and co-written with Elton John’s lyricist, Bernie Taupin, and renowned composer and musician Tom Scott. Tufano continues to perform with a ‘tip of the hat’ tribute to Bobby Darin in “I Remember Darin.”
Shows will run nightly Wednesday through Sunday at 7:30pm in the Starlite Theatre. Tickets are $39.95 for preferred seating and $59.95 for VIP seating. As a special offer, locals will receive 50 percent off tickets. All prices are exclusive of tax and fees. To purchase tickets, visit www.rivierahotel.com, call 702-794-9433 or visit the Riviera Box Office.
The multi-talented actress, producer and recording artist Connie Stevens will take the stage at Riviera Hotel & Casino performing with accomplished actor and comedian John Byner. Stevens and Byner will appear for a limited engagement July 6 through July 17 in the Starlite Theatre.
With a career in the entertainment industry spanning over 50 years, Stevens’ musical career began when she first sang in a group called The Three Debs at the age of 16 and then proceeded to record as a solo artist with the Warner Bros Records. Stevens recorded major hits in the 1960s including “Kookie Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb),” a duet with Edd Byrnes and “Sixteen Reasons.” In her starring role on the hit series, “Hawaiian Eye,” Stevens propelled to fame as of one of America’s teen idols in the ‘60s. Her television work also includes “Maverick” as well as “77 Sunset Strip,” “Wendy and Me” with George Burns and several other television roles.Over the years, Stevens’ film work included roles in films such as “Rock-A-Bye Baby,” “Parish,” “The Grissom Gang,” “Grease 2,” “Tapeheads” and many more.
Hailed as a “Man of a Thousand Impressions,” Byner’s stand-up comedy career began in New York’s Greenwich Village at Max Gordon’s jazz club, Village Vanguard. He then went on to open for some of the finest jazz greats and followed with opening and headlining stints across the country including Basin Street East, Copacabana, The Rainbow Room and at Las Vegas showrooms such as Harrah’s, The Sahara, The Sands as well as Riviera’s Comedy Club. Byner’s television career began on Merv Griffin’s “Talent Scouts Show” in 1964 and success ensued with appearances on “The Ed Sullivan Show” and “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson over the next 10 years.With starring television roles on “Bizarre” and “Comedy on the Road,” in which he won a CableACE Award for both, and “The John Byner Comedy Club,” Byner also made guest appearances on favorite shows including “Get Smart,” “Maude,” “The Odd Couple” and “Dharma and Greg.”
Shows will run nightly Wednesday through Sunday at 7:30pm in the Starlite Theatre. Tickets are $39.95 for preferred seating and $59.95 for VIP seating. All prices are exclusive of tax and fees. To purchase tickets, visit www.rivierahotel.com, call 702-794-9433 or visit the Riviera Box Office.
Las Vegas, NV. (June 1, 2011) – The premier Motley Crue Tribute Band, True 2 Crue, will be performing for one night only, June 17, in the Starlite Theatre at Riviera Hotel & Casino.
True 2 Crue brings a ‘true-to-life’ tribute experience to Motley Crue. In capturing the wild Hollywood Sunset Strip spirit of hits like “Girls Girls Girls,” “Dr. Feelgood,” “Home Sweet Home” and more, True 2 Crue will set the stage for a night with Vince, Nikki, Tommy and Mick in a transformation like no other.
The concert will be held on Friday, June 17, at 11pm in the Starlite Theatre. General admission tickets are $20, exclusive of taxes and fees. A free meet and greet with the band will be held at 9:30pm at the Starlite Bar, 3rd floor, and is open to the general public. For more information or to purchase tickets, please call the Riviera Box Office at (702) 794-9433 or visit RivieraHotel.com.
About Riviera Hotel & Casino Celebrating more than 50 years of non-stop entertainment, the Riviera Hotel & Casino is one of the iconic casino and hotel destinations in Las Vegas. With over 2,000 hotel rooms and 160,000 square feet of convention space, the Riviera brings a rich tradition of quality, service and hospitality excellence. Located on the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, the Riviera features exciting gaming action, a variety of restaurants and entertainment such as “Crazy Girls,” “Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show” and “Dr. Scott Lewis: Outrageous Comedy Hypnotist.”
For additional information, please call 702-734-5110 or visit rivierahotel.com. Stay up-to-date on the latest Riviera Hotel & Casino happenings by following us on Facebook or on Twitter.
Legendary performer, Mary Wilson of the Supremes, will headline for a limited engagement with her new show, “Life’s Been Good to Me,” in the Starlite Theatre at Riviera Hotel & Casino June 22 through July 3
As a founding member, Wilson along with Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, founded The Supremes – one of the most successful female singing groups in recording history. The Supremes recorded 12 number-one hits from 1964 to 1969, including “Where Did Our Love Go,” “Baby Love,’’ “Stop, in the Name of Love’’ and “Back in My Arms Again.’’
Wilson has written a best-selling autobiography, “DreamGirl: My Life as a Supreme,” performed on stage and screen, has been devoted to several humanitarian efforts and continues to dazzle audiences worldwide with a successful solo musical career.
Mary Wilson will be performing June 22 through July 3. Shows will run every Wednesday through Sunday at 7:30pm, dark Monday and Tuesday in the Starlite Theatre (formerly La Cage Theatre). Tickets are $29.95 for general admission, $39.95 for preferred seating and $59.95 for VIP seating. All prices are exclusive of taxes and fees.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please call the Riviera Box Office at (702) 794-9433.
About Riviera Hotel & Casino Celebrating more than 50 years of non-stop entertainment, the Riviera Hotel & Casino is one of the iconic casino and hotel destinations in Las Vegas. With over 2,000 hotel rooms and 160,000 square feet of convention space, the Riviera brings a rich tradition of quality, service and hospitality excellence. Located on the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, the Riviera features exciting gaming action, a variety of restaurants and entertainment such as “Crazy Girls,” “Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show” and “Dr. Scott Lewis – Outrageous Comedy Hypnotist.”
For additional information, please call 702-734-5110 or visit www.rivierahotel.com. Stay up-to-date on the latest Riviera Hotel & Casino happenings by following us on www.facebook.com/RivieraLasVegas or on www.twitter.com/rivieralasvegas.
Las Vegas, NV. (May 10, 2011) –Riviera Hotel & Casino is “bringing Vegas back to the Strip” with the launch of a new headliner showcase at Starlite Theatre.With Rich Little debuting as the first entertainer in the Starlite Theatre May 25 through June 12, many other exciting acts, including Mary Wilson of The Supremes, Connie Stevens with John Byner and many more entertainers are set to follow.
Formerly the La Cage Theatre, Starlite Theatre’s new name holds true to the theatre’s theme of bringing Vegas back as the Starlite Lounge previously existed in the beginning years of the Riviera during the late 1950s.“We are excited to feature headliners back on the Strip in the Starlite Theatre and provide customers with a nostalgic atmosphere of the classic Vegas years,” said Tony Bender, Director of Marketing and Advertising at Riviera Hotel & Casino.
Upcoming headliners performing in the Starlite Theatre include the following:
True2Crue, Motley Crue Tribute Band – June 17
Mary Wilson of The Supremes – June 22 through July 3
Connie Stevens with John Byner – July 6 through July 17
Gary Lewis & the Playboys with Dennis Tufano, original lead singer of The Buckinghams – July 20 through July 31
Al Jardine & his Endless Summer Beach Party, performing songs of The Beach Boys – August 3 through August 14
Connie Stevens – September 14 through September 25
The 5th Dimension – September 28 through October 9
David Brenner – October 26 through November 6
Tickets are on sale now for Rich Little, True2Crue, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, Connie Stevens with John Byner and Gary Lewis & the Playboys with Dennis Tufano, original lead singer of The Buckinghams.Tickets for other headliners will go on sale at a later date.
Ticket prices for Starlite Theatre shows start at $29.95 for General Admission, $39.95 for Preferred Seating and $59.95 for VIP Seating plus taxes and applicable fees.Tickets for True2Crue are only $20.00 plus taxes and applicable fees.
Tickets can be purchased through the Riviera Box Office by calling (702) 794-9433.
About Riviera Hotel & Casino
Celebrating more than 50 years of non-stop entertainment, the Riviera Hotel & Casino is one of the iconic casino and hotel destinations in Las Vegas.With over 2,000 hotel rooms and 160,000 square feet of convention space, the Riviera brings a rich tradition of quality, service and hospitality excellence.Located on the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, the Riviera features exciting gaming action, a variety of restaurants and entertainment such as “Crazy Girls,” “Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show” and “Dr. Scott Lewis:Outrageous Comedy Hypnotist.”
For additional information, please call 702-734-5110 or visit rivierahotel.com.Stay up-to-date on the latest Riviera Hotel & Casino happenings by following us on Facebook or on Twitter.
Las Vegas, NV. (April 29, 2011) – Riviera Hotel & Casino has launched a new player sign-up program called You can win…or win! New Club Riviera members will receive up to $100 in free slot play.
New players who sign up for a Club Riviera players card will get 50 percent of their slot losses reimbursed in free slot play, with a maximum of $100 free slot play awarded.Play as part of the promotion must occur within 48 hours of initial Club Riviera sign-up.
In addition, new members who provide their email address can also receive an entry into the $12,000 Free Slot Play Drawing where a member can receive up to $1,000 in free slot play.
The Club Riviera card allows members to earn tier points that determine each player’s tier level – Select, Gold or Platinum.Members may redeem points for an array of valuable player benefits and discounts including cash back, hotel room upgrades, invitations to special events, complimentary hotel stays and more.
The Riviera has added over 250 new slot machines to the gaming floor, infusing cutting edge technology into your favorite games.3x, 4x, 5x odds on craps and the Crazy Girls Passion Pit, offering 3 Card Poker and Bottoms Up Blackjack (both dealer’s cards exposed), are the new additions to the pit area.
About Riviera Hotel & Casino
Celebrating more than 50 years of non-stop entertainment, the Riviera Hotel & Casino is one of the iconic casino and hotel destinations in Las Vegas.With over 2,000 hotel rooms and 160,000 square feet of convention space, the Riviera brings a rich tradition of quality, service and hospitality excellence.Located on the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, the Riviera features a variety of restaurants and entertainment such as “Crazy Girls,” “Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show” and “Dr. Scott Lewis:Outrageous Comedy Hynotist.”
For additional information on events, amenities or availability, call 702-734-5110 or visit rivierahotel.com.Stay up-to-date on the latest Riviera Hotel & Casino happenings by finding us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
LAS VEGAS, NV – Experience action-packed midget wrestling as Lil’ Macho Man, Tiny Terminator, Lil’ Rampage, Nasty Boy, Baby Chucky and more go head-to-head as the Riviera Hotel and Casino hosts the only midget wrestling on the Las Vegas Strip, May 27 and May 29 in the Riviera Convention Center. Former WWE Super Stars are scheduled to appear in addition to sexy ring girls, halftime dancers and entertainers who will perform between bouts.
Outside the ring, the wrestlers speak at local elementary schools bringing anti-bulling messages to students emphasizing that bulling is wrong, and urging victims to let adults know about bulling incidents.
First bout starts at 8 pm, doors open at 7 pm. Tickets are $33 advanced, $44 general admission and $77 for ringside. All pricing is inclusive per person. Tickets available at the Riviera Box Office or by phone (toll free) 877-892-7469.
Make it a double-header; catch the Fabulous Sin City Roller Girls on May 28 in the RivieraConvention Center. The Roller Girls will feature Notorious VIP v. Tommy Gun Terrors. Bout starts at 8 pm, doors open at 7:30 pm. Kids under the age of 10 and EMTs get in free. Tickets are $15 at the door, $10 advance sales at brownpapertickets.com, user name “FACEBOOK.”
Director of Marketing and Advertising for the Riviera, Tony Bender, says, “Extreme midget wrestling and roller derby brings a unique brand of entertainment to Las Vegas, creating an exciting experience for our guests.”
Legendary Comedian and Impressionist Rich Little is set to launch a new headliner showcase at The Riviera where the hotel brings classic Vegas back to the Strip. Little will bring his acclaimed show “Will the Real Rich Little Please Stand Up?” to the Starlite Theater, five nights a week from May 25 through June 12.
“I’m thrilled to be home for an extended period after touring for the past few years,” said Little. “This new series at The Riv is going to be a great tribute to Vegas of yesteryear and I’m honored that they chose me to launch this.”
Little’s last Vegas engagement was in 2008 and he has since toured the country, performing his standup routine “Will the Real Rich Little Please Stand Up.” He has also made several stops performing his one-man play “Jimmy Stewart and Friends,” which he wrote himself over the course of several years, where he performs 25 characters on the life of Stewart. Little plans on one day bringing his play to Broadway.
Rich Little will be “Bringing Vegas back to the Strip” from May 25 through June 12. Shows will run every Wednesday through Sunday at 8 p.m., dark Monday and Tuesday, in the Starlite Theater (formerly La Cage Theater). Tickets are $29.95 for general admission, $39.95 for preferred seating and $59.95 for Gold Circle VIP. Senior and military with valid ID receive a $20 discount for preferred and VIP seating. All prices are exclusive of tax and fees. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.rivierahotel.com or call 877-892-7469.
About Rich Little
Infamous for his skewing of political figures, Little has charmed, amused, annoyed and lampooned politicians from here to his native Canada. He entertained at both of Reagan’s presidential inaugurations and has toured the U.S. with his show “The Presidents.” A master mimic of more than 200 voices, Little continues to impress throughout the world, with regular stops in Atlantic City, Reno, Hawaii, Chicago, New York, Canada and London.
Throughout the course of his career, Little has had his own TV show on NBC, appeared on variety shows such as “Ed Sullivan” and “Laugh In,” hosted “The Tonight Show” 12 times, among numerous other appearances. He also was named “Comedy Star of the Year” by the American Guild of Variety Artists, released nine comedy albums and three HBO comedy specials, as well as the Emmy-award winning special “Rich Little’s Christmas Carol” where he was a variety of the well-known characters, only as other famous characters – W.C. Fields as Scrooge, Humphrey Bogart as one of the ghosts, etc. For more information on Rich Little, please visit www.RichLittle.com or follow him on Twitter @TheRichLittle.
About Riviera Hotel & Casino
The Riviera has 2,075 rooms, including 174 suites; 100,000 sq. ft. of gaming area with some of the latest devices for both slot and pit games; the ultimate Race & Sports Book; 160,000 sq. ft. of convention space; a full-service business center; automated kiosk check in; Asian, steak, seafood, coffee shop, buffet, snack bars and food court restaurant venues; Starlite Theater, Versailles Theatre, LeBisto Theatre and Mardi Gras Showroom entertainment venues; 24-hour valet parking and more than 1,600 covered parking spaces; an Oasis pool complex; exclusive spa and tennis courts. For more information, please visit www.RivieraHotel.com or call 877-892-7469.
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Crazy Girls, Las Vegas’ Sexiest Topless Revue:Wednesday-Monday, 9:30 pm, (dark Tuesday), $44.95 plus tax and fee. Mardi Gras Showroom, Level 2. VIP seating plus LinePass are available – Dinner and show combinations are available. Guests must be at least 18 years of age.
Riviera Comedy Club: Featuring new headliners each week, in an intimate setting. 9:00 pm nightly. $24.99 GA, $34.99 VIP. Does not include tax and fees. Comedy Club, Level 2.
Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show:They were style with substance, swing and swagger with a non-stop party that everyone wanted access to. Now you can experience the critically acclaimed and hugely entertaining: Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show – celebrating 50 years of the Rat Pack legend. Tuesday-Saturday, 7 pm (dark Sunday & Monday). GA $49.95, Preferred $69.95, VIP $89.95 plus tax and fee.Le Bistro Theatre.
Dr. Scott Lewis, Outrageous Comedy Hypnotist: Mondays, 9 pm, $22.95 plus tax and fee. Le Bistro Theatre. Corbin J. Craft will perform in Dr. Scott’s absence on Monday, April 18 and 25.