“Vegas The Show” Offers Music, Comedy and Multi-Media Journey through Las Vegas History

Vegas The Show is a music, comedy and multi-media journey through the history of Las Vegas. It starts from the 1930’s, progresses to the present day, and includes a look into the future of Las Vegas in the year 2050.

The show stars a cast of five: singer, entertainer and television personality Tony Sacca who keeps the essence of Frank Sinatra alive; comic impressionist Tom Wallek; and “Vegas The Show-Girls.” Wallek humorously narrates the show and portrays famous characters from the past and present while he guides the audience through the history of Las Vegas while presenting 75-years of video…decade by decade. The ladies in the show portray famous Las Vegas entertainers from the past and present.

“Vegas The Show” starts every Wednesday thru Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Embassy Theatre at the Las Vegas Rocks Café located at 450 Fremont St. downtown at Neonopolis. (There’s easy access parking on Fourth Street between Fremont Street and Ogden in the underground Neonopolis Parking Garage.).

Both tourists and locals have expressed their appreciation and enjoyment with the composition and learning experience of this show – history with humor, a story in song.

For show reservations call: Madeline -702.364.8669 between 9 am – 4 pm.

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