Shows are returning to three MGM Resorts Las Vegas casinos beginning Nov. 6. This isn’t exactly surprising as Caesars is already reopening shows. Multiple other Las Vegas casinos from Downtown Grand to The Strat have reopened or are in the process of reopening some of their small shows as well.
The slow road back for Las Vegas continues as more casinos continue to open more amenities. It will still take some time before Las Vegas returns to “normal” but these small steps show progress forward. MGM Resorts recognizes that this is just the beginning.
“After eight months, it’s time to bring entertainment back to the Entertainment Capital of the World,” said George Kliavkoff, MGM Resorts’ President of Entertainment and Sports. “While there is still a long road in our city’s recovery, the reintroduction of these shows is an important first step. November 6 is going to feel very special as we welcome back team members and guests and bring the curtains up for that first time.”
Like other shows reopening, this initial phase of entertainment for MGM Resorts will allow for a maximum audience of 250 guests. There will be at least 6 feet of physical distance between parties. Additionally, seats will be a minimum of 25 feet from on-stage performers.
The new distancing measures may create a different experience from previous performances of the shows. This is for everyone’s safety. It could also create a new and unique entertainment option that hasn’t been seen before and may not be seen in the future.
Let the show begin! Entertainment is returning to several of our Las Vegas destinations. New live entertainment health protocols will be implemented so you can Convene with Confidence.
— MGM Resorts (@MGMResortsIntl) October 20, 2020
Seven Returning MGM Resorts Shows
Seven shows will return to three MGM Resorts casinos. Some of the shows will feel very different. Here’s a breakdown of the shows returning to MGM Las Vegas properties in early November. You’ll notice that some have changed venues. This may not be the case in the future as capacity limits could increase.
- David Copperfield (David Copperfield Theater) – Emmy Award-winning illusionist David Copperfield returns to MGM Grand with his stage production “Live The Impossible.”
- Jabbawockeez (MGM Grand Garden Arena) – Jabbawockeez will bring their show “Timeless” to a new, larger venue inside MGM Grand.
- Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club (Studio A & B Ballrooms) – BG will bring top comedians to MGM Grand once again. The shows will be moving to a new space inside the property.
- Carrot Top (Luxor Theater) – Carrot Top returns to the Luxor and he is STOKED! In a press release, Carrot Top said, “Vegas entertainment is back! After eight long months, I’m so excited to announce the shows are returning. It’s been a long tough road, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel for us. Can’t wait to be BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN!”
- Fantasy (Luxor Theater) – One of the most popular all-female reviews returns to the Vegas Strip. The show returns at full throttle with “15 high-energy numbers set to today’s top music.” International World Champion Magician Murray Sawchuck will also be appearing as a special guest star for the shows. This is an 18+ event only.
- The Australian Bee Gees (Thunderland Showroom) – The tribute to the Bee Gees spans five decades of music from the band.
- Thunder From Down Under (Thunderland Showroom) – The male revue show will perform in Las Vegas nightly for crowds 21 and up.
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Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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