Liberace Museum Rocks

The Liberace Museum is bringing a new cabaret concept to the Las Vegas show scene.

“VS. — A Rock Cabaret,” a combination of – you guessed it – rock show and cabaret – will showcase local talent fromliberacewearingpianoringinwhitecostume the Strip. All proceeds from the shows will benefit the Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts.

Performers for the inaugural show include Erich Bergen and Kristofer McNeeley from “Jersey Boys”, Bobby Black from the Las Vegas Tenors and Melanie Taylor from “Ultimate Manilow: The Hits.” A new VS. show will occur each month and will showcase a different theme and cast.


“VS. – A Rock Cabaret” will begin at 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 27 at the Liberace Museum – 1775 East Tropicana Avenue. Tickets can be purchased for $20 at the Liberace Museum or by calling (702) 798-5595 extension 14.


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