With a little help from a lot of Las Vegas entertainers, we have assembled a list of who is opening soon.
The adult revue Fantasy with their cast of beautiful women and comic star Carrot Top, probably the funniest comic in town, are returning again to Luxor Theater on Feb. 19. Both shows have already sold out their return performances.
At MGM Grand, Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club is returning to its second home, Studio A & B entering the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Feb. 18. Garrett had moved back to his original venue in The Underground promenade, opening the club to 50 ticket holders.
At Excalibur, Thunder From Down Under male revue can now sell up to a 100-ticket capacity beginning thisweek.
MGM Resorts is also reportedly planning to return the popular “Tournament of Kings” King Arthur-themed dinner show to its 900-seat, underground arena-in-the-round at Excalibur. Great place to go for entertainment with a meal combined.
March 6, David Saxe is starting up again with all of his great productions at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood: “V The Ultimate Variety Show,” “Nathan Burton Comedy Magic,” “Popovich Comedy Pet Theater.” Also that day is the Elvis tribute “All Shook Up,” “The Mentalist” starring Gerry McCambridge, and “Las Vegas Live Comedy Club.” Saxe is still working to find places to put his other shows, “Vegas! The Show,” “Zombie Burlesque,” The Jets, “Hitzville” and “BeatleShow!”
Soon we should also see “Australian Bee Gees” to be back at Excalibur, on March 15. “Absinthe,” “Atomic Saloon Show” and “Opium” are likely dark until until March 15. “Absinthe” should be the first one to open. “Atomic” has a plan to perform in Palazzo Theater if need be, unless it can return to Atomic Saloon at Grand Canal Shoppes.
“Opium” will hopefully return to the Cosmopolitan. Piff the Magic Dragon is at Flamingo Showroom. They are all hilarious, it will be a night out to remember. “MJ Live” (that’s Michael Jackson) returns to The Strat (formerly the Stratosphere) on March 18, with shows at 7 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays along with the L.A. Comedy Club. “Legends In Concert” and “Purple Reign” are expected to be back at the Tropicana soon.
No word at all on any Cirque shows or Blue Man Group, and no big concerts scheduled yet. So folks, it’s time to return to Las Vegas and have a great time!