Terry Bradshaw Announces Residency at Luxor Hotel and Casino for “The Terry Bradshaw Show”

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Terry Bradshaw Announces Residency at Luxor Hotel and Casino for “The Terry Bradshaw Show”
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UPDATE: According the sources, this show will be postponed to a later date.

NFL Hall of Famer and beloved entertainer, Terry Bradshaw, along with representatives from Luxor Hotel and Casino, will host a press conference before the first show in his 2020 residency of “The Terry Bradshaw Show.”

The residency, scheduled to begin Thursday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m., will showcase Bradshaw’s singing, dancing and storytelling in a 70-minute production. The 31 show dates are scheduled through July with subsequent performances to be announced at a later date.

WHO:

NFL legend and Emmy Award-winning entertainer, Terry Bradshaw, will be welcomed to the MGM Resorts entertainment family by Cliff Atkinson, Luxor President and COO, and fellow Luxor entertainers, FANTASY. Following the ceremony, Bradshaw will answer questions from media as well as fans in attendance.

WHERE:

Luxor Hotel and Casino – Main Lobby
3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119

TERRY BRADSHAW

The only NFL player with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Terry Bradshaw continues to entertain fans far and beyond his legendary professional football career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The four-time Super Bowl champion quarterback, two-time Super Bowl MVP and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee joined FOX NFL Sunday as co-host and analyst with the show’s inception in 1994. In addition to his long-term role as a multi-Emmy and award-winning broadcaster, Bradshaw has starred in movie and television hits including the box office smash comedy romance, “Failure to Launch,” “Father Figures,” “Better Late than Never,” and “The Masked Singer.” Bradshaw is also a gospel and country singer, motivational speaker, New York Times best-selling author and breeder of championship quarter horses.

TERRY BRADSHAW

The only NFL player with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Terry Bradshaw continues to entertain fans far and beyond his legendary professional football career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The four-time Super Bowl champion quarterback, two-time Super Bowl MVP and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee joined FOX NFL Sunday as co-host and analyst with the show’s inception in 1994. In addition to his long-term role as a multi-Emmy and award-winning broadcaster, Bradshaw has starred in movie and television hits including the box office smash comedy romance, “Failure to Launch,” “Father Figures,” “Better Late than Never,” and “The Masked Singer.” Bradshaw is also a gospel and country singer, motivational speaker, New York Times best-selling author and breeder of championship quarter horses.