Price: $95.00 and up
Location: Las Vegas Hilton
Barry Manilow has been performing at the Las Vegas Hilton since early 2005 and you don’t have to be a “Fanilow” either to appreciate his music here. To date, Barry Manilow has sold over 75 million records worldwide and has had 23 of his records go platinum. He is by far one of the most successful singers of our time. He is also a songwriter as well as a producer. Barry Manilow has won several awards along his career including Tony Awards, Emmys and a Grammy.
Toni Braxton Revealed
Price: $69.00 and up
Toni Braxton took over Wayne Newton’s gig and began performing in Las Vegas at the Flamingo in the summer of 2006. Her show has been extended and she will continue performing until August of 2007. Toni Braxton has been a fixture on the music scene since the early 90’s. She is the proud winner of six Grammy Awards and has sold over 40 million albums worldwide. She also has Broadway experience in her background which she draws upon for this Revealed show.
The Amazing Jonathan
Price: $44.95 and up
Location: The Sahara
The Amazing Jonathan has one of the strangest comedic acts ever to grace Las Vegas. He has been crowned the title, “The Freddy Krueger of Comedy” and for good reason. His comedy antics go for shock value which can disturb or entertain (even both) an audience. You never know what you can expect from The Amazing Jonathan. He mixes comedy with a little bit of magic, gags along with special effects. Be sure not to get too close to the stage if you don’t want to be pulled up on it because he does require audience participation. Note that you must be at least 18 years or older to get into this show due to the graphic nature of his act.
Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular
Price: $55.00 and up
Phantom The Las Vegas Spectacular debuted at the Venetian in the summer of 2006. Note it isn’t titled “Phantom of the Opera” due to the fact that this version is 95 minutes long with no intermission. The theatre which houses this amazing show was built (with a $40 million budget mind you) to resemble the grand Paris Opera House and was designed by David Rockwell (Kodak Theatre and Nobu Las Vegas). They used special effects with modern technology and according to the Venetian’s website, every song is featured from the original production for fans.