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"Shrek" Tickets Go On Sale Soon

"Shrek" Tickets Go On Sale Soon

 

Tickets for “Shrek the Musical” at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts will go on sale Feb. 1.

The show will be performed eight times from March 19 to 24. Tickets go on sale at The Smith Center Box Office, located at 361 Symphony Park Avenue, by phone at 749-2000 or 808-326-6868 (TTY) and online at www.TheSmithCenter.com.

Patrons are encouraged to get their seats quickly, as most of the Broadway Las Vegas series at the center has sold out.

For preferred seating and special rates for groups of 10 or more, contact 749-2348.

Discount Offered for Philharmonic Tickets

Discount Offered for Philharmonic Tickets

 

Classical music lovers can find discounted orchestra tickets at The Smith Center through the end of the month.

The Las Vegas Philharmonic is offering a ‘Mini Series’ subscription package that offers a 15 percent discount on tickets for each of its final four concerts of the 2012-13 season. The performances will be held in Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center from February through May 2013.

Subscriptions purchased before January 31 ill be sold at the discount across three ticket price-points.

The four concerts included in the Mini Series subscription package are:

'Addams Family' Preserves the Ooky, Spooky Fun of Original Cartoons

'Addams Family' Preserves the Ooky, Spooky Fun of Original Cartoons

A family classic takes over The Smith Center at Thanksgiving.

It's natural to spend Thanksgiving holiday with the family.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Lights of Las Vegas Beckon with Holiday Glow

Lights of Las Vegas Beckon with Holiday Glow

A good recap of where to find holiday light displays this year

The Ethel M Chocolates' Cactus Garden, the Las Vegas Motor Speedway's Glittering Lights and more holiday events will attract Las Vegas Valley residents and guests celebrating the holidays.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Krave Moving from the Strip to Downtown Las Vegas

Krave Moving from the Strip to Downtown Las Vegas

One of the largest and most successful gay nightclubs in the country is moving from its home on the Strip to downtown Las Vegas.

The owners of Krave are moving the club downtown and re-launching it as Krave Massive. It will be the world’s largest gay nightclub. The club will be taking over the 80,000-square-foot space that was once the Galaxy 11 multiplex on the third floor of the Neonopolis.

Besides five themed dance rooms and three separate bars, the new club will include a comedy club, a private lounge, a performing arts theater, a movie theater dedicated to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, a retail store and an outdoor pool.

“Although we have been in the same location for nearly eight years, I felt that it was time to explore a new model for gay nightlife, and it needed to be something big…really big,” Krave owner Kelly Murphy said. “And also some ‘gentle’ persuading from the Mayor helped!”

Free Concert Saturday Features Warrant and Skid Row

Free Concert Saturday Features Warrant and Skid Row

The free summer concert series at the Fremont Street Experience continues Saturday with a show from two of the biggest acts of the hair-band era.

Warrant and Skid Row will take to the First Street Stage, starting at 9 p.m.

Warrant is best known for the hit songs “Cherry Pie” and “Heaven.” Skid Row had hit songs with “18 and Life” and “I Remember You.”

The next Rock of Vegas concert is August 4 when Bret Michaels will perform.