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“Jersey Boys” is back in Las Vegas

The international hit musical “Jersey Boys” returns to the Las Vegas stage on Dec. 21, 2023, starting its only American residency at The Orleans Hotel and Casino.

Produced by Ivory Star Productions, the show will once again captivate audiences with the backstage and sound of Frankie Vali and The Four Seasons, featuring a known and beloved set, style, and sensation of “Jersey Boys,” a global music phenomenon. 경마사이트

“We are excited to bring ‘Jersey Boys’ back to the Las Vegas stage,” said John Bentham, CEO and lead producer of Ivory Star Productions. “The musical continues to fascinate audiences from all over the world; it makes sense that Las Vegas locals and visitors alike can once again enjoy the show in the entertainment capital of the world.”

The show will premiere at The Orleans Hotel and Casino Showroom, which has a concert-quality D&B FOH audio system, featuring entertainers and enticers from Winona Judd to Natalie Cole, singer groups such as Air Supply, and comedy legends Don Rickles and Dana Carvey. This will be the first long-term resident show in The Orleans Showroom history.

“We are excited to welcome the Jersey Boys to The Orleans, Las Vegas’ top off-street destination, for live entertainment,” said Chris Joy, vice president and general manager of The Orleans Hotel and Casino. “For decades, The Orleans Showroom has provided a unique variety of live entertainment to Las Vegas locals and tourists in a comfortable setting, and we look forward to starting the next chapter in the showroom’s history by welcoming one of Broadway’s best-known and beloved shows back to Las Vegas.”

The premiere of “Jersey Boys” will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday to Sunday, Dec. 21. Following the grand opening night on Wednesday, January 17, performances will be held at 7:30 p.m. from Wednesday to Monday, with additional matinee performances at 3 p.m. on some Saturdays. Ticket tiers offer a four-season themed box suite for $895.95 for standard seats, $89.95 for regular seats, $99.95 for VIP seats, $119.95 for platinum VIP seats, $139.95 for director circles, and a four-season themed box suite with floorless champagne or bottle service for four to six seats.

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