New live show with contestants of favorite TV talent programs debuts Aug. 29 at the Plaza Hotel & Casino
A brand new live stage show, “One Epic Night!” debuts Monday, Aug. 29 at the Plaza Hotel & Casino for a limited engagement featuring various finalists from blockbuster talent competition shows, like “The Voice,” “America’s Got Talent,” “Masters of Illusion,” and “American Idol.”
The 70-minute, all ages show runs Saturday through Wednesday at 7 p.m. beginning Aug. 29 until Jan. 4 inside the Plaza’s iconic showroom. On some Saturdays, the show offers a 4 p.m. matinee instead of the 7 p.m. performance (September 17, 24, October 8, 15 and November 5, 12). The show is dark from Dec. 1 – 20.
Produced by Frank DiMaggio and Nick Padgett of American Dream Concerts in association with Bonkerz Comedy Productions, the new show showcases audience favorites from top TV talent shows backed by a live all-star band featuring nationally known artists Stet Howland, Michael T. Ross and Brent Muscat.
The show’s performers from popular TV talent programs include: Megan Ruger, a contestant from season six of “The Voice” and season 10 of “American Idol;” Will Champlin, who placed third on season five of “The Voice;” Jarrett and Raja: “The Magic and Piano Guys,” who were contestants on “Masters of Illusion” and “Shark Tank” and were Howie Mandel’s wild card pick on season seven of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent;” and James Durbin, a singer and guitarist from Santa Cruz, Calif., who finished in fourth place on the 10th season of “American Idol.”
“As seen on TV, and now at the Plaza…there is simply nothing else like this show in Las Vegas,” said Jonathan Jossel, CEO of the Plaza Hotel & Casino. “One Epic Night will offer guests an unforgettable live stage show experience starring audience favorites from megahit TV talent shows. From music to magic, this show offers entertainment for everyone and is one more reason for tourists and locals to come downtown to the Plaza.”
Ticket prices start at $59.95 for general admission, $79.95 for preferred seating, and $109.95 for VIP tickets that offer preferred seating and a meet and greet with the performers. In addition, hotel guests at the Plaza can buy one ticket and get one free while locals (with valid Nevada identification), children (12 and under) and members of the military (with ID) can save $20 per ticket. A special “dinner and a show” package is also available for $130.35 per ticket and includes a three-course prix fix dinner at Oscar’s steakhouse and a preferred seating show ticket. Ticket prices do not include taxes and fees. Tickets are available by calling 702-386-2507 or online at www.plazahotelcasino.com.
About the Plaza Hotel & Casino
Located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, the Plaza Hotel & Casino combines a vintage Rat Pack attitude with modern styling for the ultimate Vegas experience. First opened in 1971 and built on the site of the original Las Vegas railroad depot, the Plaza has 1,003 rooms and suites renovated with custom-designed Mark David furnishings, a 500-seat classic Vegas showroom, and a variety of dining venues led by the modern meets Rat Pack styled Oscar’s steakhouse in the iconic glass dome overlooking the Fremont Street Experience. The Plaza boasts hundreds of slot machines and nearly two dozen table games on its 80,000 square foot casino floor, downtown’s largest race and sports book with 75 flat screen televisions, downtown’s only bingo hall, and 30,000 square feet of ballroom and meeting space. www.plazahotelcasino.com
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