Finally, we’re able to announce some shows returning to the Las Vegas Strip in November.
We already knew that the ladies favorite show, Thunder from Down Under, will be back in the showroom at Excalibur. The guys will be masked and will not come out into the audience, but hey, beefcake is beefcake.
The fabulous Australian Bee Gees will also be back in the same room.
Comedy clubs are returning to the Tropicana, in the 2nd floor showroom on November 4, and the Stratosphere has reopened its club in the 2nd floor shopping mall.
Absinthe at Caesars is a terrific show and they are ready to welcome everyone. The show has deleted some of its aerial acts, but I am sure the replacements will be terrific.
And now the big news…
Carrot Top will be back at the Luxor, though he will be moving showrooms. He will be in the old Cris Angel room, which last year hosted the Cirque show, Run.
Also appearing there will be the burlesque show Fantasy that had shared a showroom with Carrot Top before. With 1700 seats, they will still have to scale it down to hold no more than 250.
David Copperfield will return to MGM, but will move to the Grand Garden area. The Jabbawockeez will also return to MGM, but will move into MGM Grand Garden.
Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club, which used to be in MGM’s underground mall, will move to Studio A and B Ballrooms. All tickets for all shows must be purchased online to begin with, no walk up sales allowed.
So grab a plane to Las Vegas. Still plenty of things to see on the strip and many great restaurants are now open. SunBuggy Fun Rentals and ATV Tours are open—you’ll be able to cross over the dam once again and balloon rides are tons of fun. Visit the Venetian and see the gondoliers or the dancing waters at Bellagio.