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Tape Face Returns to Harrah’s Las Vegas in November

Tape Face Returns to Harrah's Las Vegas in November

Sparking laughter and a sense of community, Tape Face’s return to Harrah’s Las Vegas will be louder than ever. The eccentric experience fans from around the world know and love will come back to life at Harrah’s Las Vegas on Nov. 11, 2020 with a completely redesigned show that complies with government COVID-19 regulations and has limited theater capacity maxed at 250 guests. Tickets go on sale Friday, Oct. 30 at 10 a.m.
 
Connecting with fans is one of Tape Face creator Sam Wills’ favorite parts of his act. Guests can expect to laugh throughout a brand-new version of the show with a never before included all-guest “up close and personal” conversation from the stage as he kicks off the show. 
 
“It’s rare for fans to see me outside of the Tape Face character,” Wills laughs. “With the new Tape Face show structure, we will include a socially distant meet and greet from stage for me to chat with the entire audience and answer questions every show. After so much stress and worry, it’s time to bring back some laughter and positivity to the world. I want the chance to not only entertain the crowds but really connect with everyone as we bring back THE FUNNIEST SHOW IN LAS VEGAS.”
 
That’s right – no gaffer tape, just Wills and a microphone answering questions from audience members while on stage prior to the traditional Tape Face show component filled with amusing routines using sounds, music and laughter with the underlying message of being true to yourself. Audiences of many different backgrounds, ages and languages will once again enjoy the whimsical phenomenon performing Wednesday through Sunday at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Due to COVID-19 regulations, the Tape Face show will not be performing in its traditional theater, House of Tape, and will instead perform in Harrah’s Showroom to maintain social distancing.
 
Show begins at 7:30 p.m. and is dark on Monday and Tuesday. Ticket prices begin at $66, plus applicable tax and fees. VIP tickets include a Tape Face swag bag with a Tape Face T-shirt, Signed Cartoon Tape Face Photo, Souvenir Poker Chip, and Tape Face Lanyard.  
 
Tickets are available online at www.HarrahsShows.com or by calling 855-234-7469. For ticket purchases of 25 or more (to be split into groups of six or fewer), email [email protected].