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Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club

Best known for his role on the Emmy award-winning sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, Brad Garrett returns to his Vegas roots with his own comedy club inside the MGM Grand. Garrett started performing in Vegas in the ’80s as an opening act to big-name performers including Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Liza Minnelli. With almost 25 years as a headliner on the Las Vegas Strip, Garrett always wanted to open a club in the city that helped launch his career. Before opening his club at the MGM Grand, Garrett operated a club at the Tropicana. His newest club features established comedians and up-and-coming acts. Garrett himself only performs from time-to-time, but the comedians that regularly take the stage are sure to have you falling out of your seat laughing.

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Laugh Factory

The world-famous Laugh Factory has a home in Vegas at the Tropicana. The comedy club features a rotating roster of established comedians and new rising stars of comedy. The original Laugh Factory opened in 1979 in Hollywood and soon became known for spawning some of the hottest stand-up comedians in the world. Countless comics have performed at the Laugh Factory since its inception including: Tim Allen, Louie Anderson, Roseanne Barr, Milton Berle, David Brenner, Nick Cannon, Drew Carey, George Carlin, Jim Carrey, Dave Chappelle, Dane Cook, Rodney Dangerfield, Ellen DeGeneres, Phyllis Diller, Jeff Dunham, Jeff Foxworthy, Redd Foxx, Eddie Griffin, Kathy Griffin, Buddy Hackett, Bob Hope, Andy Kaufman, Sam Kinison, Martin Lawrence, Jay Leno, David Letterman, George Lopez, Bill Maher, Howie Mandel, Carlos Mencia, Mo’Nique, Eddie Murphy, Richard Pryor, Paul Reiser, Chris Rock, Ray Romano, Bob Saget, Adam Sandler, Jerry Seinfeld, Garry Shandling, Sarah Silverman, Jon Stewart, Wanda Sykes, Chris Tucker, Damon Wayans, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Flip Wilson, Robin Williams and many more. As a starting point for so many successful comedians, the Laugh Factory has been recognized as “The No. 1 Comedy Club in the Country” by USA Today. With locations in Long Beach, Calif., Chicago and now Las Vegas, the Laugh Factory is known around the world as one of the premiere spots for comedy.

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TAPE FACE

Wills created the character “TAPE FACE” and now recruited a killer cast to recreate the eccentric, whimsical character for you nightly inside The Underground Theater at MGM Grand Las Vegas.   Check out TAPE FACE when he sticks his comedy routine on to the Vegas stage. Get your cheap tickets to TAPE FACE inside MGM Grand Las Vegas.  VIP tickets include seating before regular and GA sections and closest seating to the stage. Plus, receive TAPE FACE swag bag which includes: TAPE FACE T-shirt, Signed Cartoon TAPE FACE Photo, Souvenir Poker Chip and TAPE FACE Lanyard.

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Mike Hammer Comedy Magic

When it comes to comedy and magic with an edge, Mike Hammer nails it. With more than 25 years of performing under his belt, Hammer is a master at making quick-witted comebacks and improvising with the audience. Hammer’s hard-hitting show features mind reading, double-edged razor blade swallowing, gags, pranks and all out mayhem. Every show is unique and includes a large amount of audience participation. Be ready. For audiences at his show, it’s time to get Hammer’d. Before landing in Vegas, Hammer entertained audiences across the country with his interactive routine. He’s performed for thousands of companies, colleges, comedy clubs and casinos. His corporate clients include Sony, Dell, Toyota, Lexus and Harrah’s to name a few. Aside from magic, he’s worked as a game show host for numerous national clients. Hammer also performs as a master of ceremonies and presenter including acting as ring announcer for Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competitions in Vegas.

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LA Comedy Club

The theme song from the beloved ’80s and early ’90s TV sitcom “Cheers” could easily be used for the L.A. Comedy Club. Not only is it a place where you can take a break from all your worries, but the staff here soon will know your name — if they don’t already.  A large percentage of the L.A. Comedy Club’s patrons are locals who have been following the franchise since it was launched several years ago at Palace Station. After a stint in Trader Vic’s at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, it moved to downtown’s Four Queens, then to Bally’s Las Vegas and now is at The STRAT.   Inside the venue you’ll find the hallmarks of a typical comedy club. A mic and wooden stool are front and center on a large stage that is flanked by two video screens. Clips of practical jokes and bloopers are broadcast to patrons before the show begins. There’s a variety of seating options (chairs, tables and booths) — and no matter where you sit, you’ll have a good view.   The format at the L.A. Comedy Club is simple. The bulk of the stage time is given to the The Happy Hour Variety Show starring Julio Gonzalez. Many of the headliners like Felipe Esparza have competed on NBC’s reality laugh fest “Last Comic Standing,” while others including Willie Ferrell, Tom Rhodes, Joey Medina, Butch Bradley and Shang have Showtime, HBO or Comedy Central credits to their name. These headlining comedians are paired with a host from Las Vegas, which is another unique feature of the L.A. Comedy Club. Not only does it offer a top-notch venue for professional comics, but local talent is also nurtured and promoted. Occasionally, a surprise guest or famous friend of a headliner stops by and performs to the delight of customers as well. Be sure to get your dose of laughs during your Vegas vacation. 

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Carrot Top

Picking a comedy show to see in Vegas is a daunting task. That’s why we’ve done the research for you—we know you deserve the best while visiting the Strip! So, make your way down to the Luxor and check out Carrot Top, one of Vegas’s best comedy residencies for over 25 years. This guy is an absolute riot, combining comical commentary on current events with outrageous prop comedy. He’s got a trunk full of bizarre items, including several of his own inventions, which add an extra layer of hilarity to his jokes. Add in his wacky personality, over-the-top red hair, and the fact that he barely takes the time to breathe between jokes, and you’re in for a show that will have you doubled over laughing from start to finish. It’s no wonder that he’s been praised as both “Entertainer of the Year” and “Comedian of the Year.” His shows are, quite simply, one heck of a good time. Trust us—you don’t want to miss an opportunity to see this guy in person!

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Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club

The prodigal son has returned! **trumpets blair** Well, sort of. Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at The LINQ Promenade is the place to be for household names and up-and-coming talent in the comedy world, even if the big guy himself isn’t in the building. Ladies and gentlemen, we’re going to share some not-so-breaking news: Jimmy Kimmel is from Las Vegas. Yes, you read that correctly, he may be big-timing it up in Hollywood now, but he was raised beneath the buzzing neon of the Strip, baby. And he’s come home to pay it forward with his own comedy club. But he’s not just slapping his name on the building and calling it a day. Because he got his start as a comic, he knows what it takes to maximize talent. That’s why every inch of this dual-level 8,000 square-foot venue has been personally designed by Kimmel. Cheap tickets to Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at The LINQ Promenade are available now.

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Rich Little

Impersonations are hard. We’ve tried our hand at it and have been called a “garbage fire” at worst, and “not good” at best. Hopefully we can pick up some pointers when master impressionist Rich Little hits the Vegas stage. Calling Little a “master impressionist,” is a bit of an understatement. The dude is a comedy icon. During the ‘70s he was a regular on “Hollywood Squares,” “The Judy Garland Show,” and even was a guest host on “The Tonight Show” 12 times. Name a person or celebrity and Little can drop a spot-on impersonation. His Ronald Reagan, Frank Sinatra and Kermit the Frog bits are legendary. He’s so good, he’s been known to step in for stars who can’t do their own soundtrack dubbings. Little is going to teach a master’s course on impersonations. Feel free to borrow our notes afterwards if you want.

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RuPaul’s Drag Race LIVE! Las Vegas

y is here Dahling. Zip up that dress, press on those nails and get ready to see these squirrelfriends death drop up and down the stage.   

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Terry Fator: Who’s the Dummy Now

Terry Fator may just be the greatest illusionist on the Las Vegas Strip, but you’ll never see him perform any magic tricks. He amazes audiences by singing like famous entertainers from Elvis to Cher without moving his lips, and that’s not all. Along with being a singer and a celebrity impressionist, Fator is a puppeteer. His face may not move much during his show, but his hands are always in action, bringing to life his cast of lovable puppet co-stars. A multitalented performer, Fator got his big break when he won NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” in 2007. Fator won $1 million and a gig to perform on the Strip. Since 2008, hundreds of thousands of tourists have seen Fator’s show. Aside from Vegas, Fator has been featured on “The Today Show,” “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “The Late Show with David Letterman.” Terry Fator’s “A Very Terry Christmas” show, running from November 24 through December 30 is celebrating the joy of the holiday season with classic like “Winter Wonderland,” “Sleigh Ride,” “White Christmas” and many more. Among those taking the stage with Terry are Maynard Thompkins, the world’s greatest Elvis Impersonator, known for performin ghits like “Blue Christmas.”

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Jew Man Group

ew Man Group is the laugh-out-loud Vegas show at the Tuscany Suites & Casino’s Copa Room you’ve been waiting for.

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Gordie Brown

Can’t decide between a comedy show, a concert, and a celebrity impersonator? Check out Gordie Brown and you’ll be sure to get a taste of all three.  He’ll have you cracking up throughout the show, alternating between a whole host of celebrities and musicians. One minute he’s doing a flawless “you talkin’ to me” Robert De Niro, and the next he’s jamming out to “Burning Love” by Elvis. Jack Nicholson, Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks, Prince, Willie Nelson…you never know who he might transform into next! When we say that he sings, we’re not talking about some half-baked covers. He executes stunning impersonations of the musicians in concert, and it feels like you’re actually at Madison Square Garden listening to Willie Nelson. You’ll be shaking your head wondering why nobody mentioned that Michael Jackson is back from the dead. The show is different every night, so you’re in for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Brown takes requests from the audience, impersonating celebrities as the crowd shouts out their names. Make sure that you think of a couple of good ones before you get to the Golden Nugget.   

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KÀ by Cirque du Soleil

orms that not only float, but turn completely vertical. Did you hear that? That was the sound of our minds being blown. And just wait until you see the suspended fight scenes. Also, while it’s insanely cool, not all the stunts are done in the air. The Wheel of Death, for example (ohmagah can you believe they have a Wheel of Death?), is positioned firmly on the ground while the daredevil performer flings himself into dangerous heights, where one misstep could lead to his demise. A story of intense battle, and a question of triumph or defeat to the very end, KÀ is entertainment on an entirely new level. Forreal.

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Particle Ink – The Wanderlust Experience

Feeling a tad adventurous? Well, you’re in the right spot. Particle Ink: The Wanderlust Experience at the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has you covered for an unforgettable experience.  What’s it all about? It’s a portal to a new 360-degree universe that can’t be topped. Each visitor chooses their own adventure through space while engaging with magical, interactive, and projection-mapped technology.  It gets even better. Once night falls, this immersive experience transforms to include mind-boggling live performances and acrobatics. You won’t want to miss out on this one-of-a-kind Vegas-only adventure. 

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Miranda Lambert – Velvet Rodeo

, three GRAMMY Awards, the Nashville Symphony Harmony Award, ACM Gene Weed Milestone Award, and ACM Song of the Decade Award. She was also named 2019’s RIAA Artist of the Year and is the youngest artist in history to serve as the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum’s Artist in Residence. Don’t miss the specially created residency Miranda Lambert – Velvet Rodeo at the Bakkt Theater inside Planet Hollywood, and get your tickets today!

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Marriage Can Be Murder Dinner Show

ow. If you liked the movie “Clue,” then this is a dinner show that you will want to sink your teeth into. Anyone can be a suspect as actors are not readily apparent among the seemingly innocent guests. You might be seated next to another patron or maybe even the murder suspect, but only time will tell as the night unravels and more clues are revealed. Guests are seated at banquet tables. Salad and warm rolls are served first, followed by an entrée with your choice of chicken or beef and ice cream for dessert. DD, a sometimes ditzy and sometimes clued-in blonde, is your host for the evening. DD assigns some guests roles including doctor or pallbearer who are called to service each time someone is murdered. “This guy has sax appeal,” says DD as she stops by one male guest who looks like he would be a good fit for the processional band. Each guest has a game card that DD refers to as sleuth pad. The card has a space for your name and a place to write who the victim and killer are and what the motive is for each of the four murders that take place during the show. After the first murder, police Lt. Eric Post arrives. Wearing too short and fitted khaki shorts, Post makes the audience laugh before he even opens his mouth. He interrogates guests while consulting DD for some background information. “This guy’s name was Dan Druff?” asks Post. “He was flaky,” replies DD. The entire show is filled with funny one-liners like this as DD, Post and a few other wacky characters attempt to find the killer. After the main course is served, there’s a short break where people can mingle, discuss the murders and get the names of other guests and potential suspects. During this time, some people get out of their seats while others chat amongst themselves. You can be as involved or uninvolved with this show as you want and still have a good time. Making murder a laughing matter doesn’t seem possible, but husband and wife team Eric and Jayne Post, who star as the lieutenant and DD in the show, have no problem stirring up laughs with their comical banter. They created the four-dimensional theater concept more than 20 years ago. It’s the longest-running dinner show in Las Vegas with more than 10 years of success. “Guests keep coming back to see the show because they enjoy the interaction of characters on stage and in the crowd. Our audience members love that they are submerged into the action and with their reactions, each show takes on a different twist and turn,” said Post. Marriage Can Be Murder combines comedy and suspense to keep you guessing through dessert. So get out your magnifying glass and detective hat for a night of mystery and fun at the Orleans. Chef’s Tasting Menu: Mixed Spring Salad with Two Dressings Smoked bourbon brown sugar tri-tip   Grilled lemon butter chicken breast   Red russet buttery mashed potatoes   Bacon almond green beans   Vanilla Ice Cream with butter toasted pecans with kosher salt and chocolate drizzle   Vegetarian Option – Marinara pasta with sautéed vegetables  

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Purple Reign, THE Prince Tribute Show

The ’90s are long gone, but Prince fans can still party like it’s 1999 with this award-winning Prince Tribute that features Jason Tenner or Donelvan Thigpen as Prince. Tenner has been performing his Prince tribute show in Las Vegas for more than 10 years. Dressing up as Prince for Halloween in 1996 sealed the deal for Tenner to turn from everyday band member to tribute artist. He would watch the movie and then pause it and try to mimic Prince’s exact movements and facial expressions. To perfect his voice he would sit in his home studio and record himself singing songs and then listen to how they sounded against Prince’s voice. This is dedication people, and because of this most people think it’s the real Prince up on stage. While seeing the real performer is not an option anymore, this tribute show is the next best thing. *The Prince estate is not affiliated, associated, or connected with “Purple Reign The Prince Tribute Show!” or Tropicana Hotel, nor has it endorsed or sponsored “Purple Reign The Prince Tribute Show!” or Tropicana Hotel.

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Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal

Wayne Newton is no stranger to the spotlight. He started performing in Vegas when he was just 15 years old. More than 50 years later, his star still shines on the Las Vegas Strip. His charm and endearing personality as an entertainer have earned him the moniker “Mr. Las Vegas.” Newton’s show, “Up Close and Personal”, draws on his illustrious Vegas career, creating a unique experience as it showcases Newton’s hit songs, musical talents (He can play 13 different instruments!) and personal stories from decades of entertaining around the world. You can definitely expect to hear Newton’s hit (and Wayniacs’ favorite song) “Danke Schoen.” But what we’re most excited about are Newton’s stories. Having performed more than 30,000 Las Vegas shows, Newton has seen Vegas transformed and has worked with everyone from the Rat Pack to The Killers. Combined with videos, his tales provide a unique and entertaining look at a legendary performer and the city he embraced. A natural entertainer, Newton’s down-to-earth approach is why he’s the darling of Vegas entertainment. His enthusiasm always returns to the crowd tenfold, who live it up at every turn. Get your tickets to see Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal today. 

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Australia’s Thunder From Down Under

what you came for. And the Aussie imports make good on their promises, giving the females a feast of flesh and fantasy the Greek Gods would be proud of. Each performer embodies a different female fantasy and brings it to life on stage whether it’s a sexy man in uniform, a fireman or a milkman (Yep we were thinking about Kelis’ “Milkshake,” but now it has a completely different meaning for us.). Dancers show more than their personalities on stage, leaving little to the imagination and lots of grins on the audiences’ faces as their routines cover the gamut of popular music. The dancers’ Australian accents and the general lack of husbands and boyfriends in the audience (although men are welcome) creates a very liberating atmosphere for female audience members. Ladies, cast those inhibitions aside. Australia’s Thunder from Down Under is a fully interactive experience. These chiseled performers dance on tabletops, make their way through the crowd and even ask some lucky ladies to join them on stage.

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Soul of Motown

Soul of Motown is a high-energy concert-style musical tribute show honoring Motown legends. Rated the #1 show of its kind for nearly a decade, it’s a supreme tribute to some of America’s most beloved vocal groups and artists, performed with the same passion that made the original Motown groups famous, all coming together as the premier Motown show Las Vegas has to offer. From the early years of doo-wop and Motown to the era where Motown branched out from Detroit into Philadelphia and beyond, this show reintroduces audiences to The Temptations, The Platters, The Drifters, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, Sam Cooke, The Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye, The O’Jays, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Aretha Franklin, and other favorites.  

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