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No, Las Vegas…Christmas isn’t Cancelled!

(Chuck Muth) – Despite Nevada Gov. Scrooge McGrinch’s best efforts to put a lump of coal in every Nevadan’s stocking this year, the Christmas show must go on.

The Vegas Room (“The Little Showroom that Could”) in the Historic Commercial Center in Las Vegas is celebrating the holidays with special salute to White Christmas and the music of Irving Berlin through December 27th

“Looking for the perfect way to celebrate the holiday season, complete with a delicious handcrafted six-course Holiday Feast, incredible performers, beautiful live music and even a dessert that snows? Look no further. You’ve found it.

“Enter the Red Doors of The Vegas Room and you’ll be swept into a magical world of holiday delight!

“A Vegas Room Christmas will feature complimentary entertainment by weekly rotating casts of some of Las Vegas’ most talented singers, two professional dancers and a treasure trove of music from one of the best songwriters of all time, Irving Berlin, and his holiday classic from both stage and screen, White Christmas.”

The Vegas Room “is a new, intimate and elegant venue created in the style of Old Vegas supper clubs.”  Its slogan: “If the combination of great food and great music are your thing, boy are you gonna be happy!”

And safe…

“As per state regulation, attendance will be capped at 25% of fire capacity, parties will be limited to a maximum of four per table, and the continuation of strict COVID protocols will be followed at all times.”

Las Vegas is STILL the entertainment capital of the world.  Enjoy the show, enjoy the food, enjoy the company, enjoy the show…and come out to support Vegas’ entertainment community during these trying times.

I’m taking the kids to the Christmas Eve (afternoon) show.  Already bought my tickets!

For more information or to make reservations, click here

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