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Small(er) venue shows...need advice.

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Small(er) venue shows...need advice.

Hubby and I are back in Vegas first week of Oct. have seen a lot of the "big" headliners/big theaters. This time around we are looking for a small(er) type of show (no cirque shows, seen a lot already). So, please, recommendations! Anything goes.....singing, comedy, risqué, tribute. Thank you.

Manhattan, Kansas
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1. Re: Small(er) venue shows...need advice.

We loved the Legends show. I think it's at Flamingo now. Very entertaining and tickets were on the low end price wise.

Sturgeon Bay...
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Absynth,Vinnie Favarito,Carrot Top and any of the comedy venues. Mac King and Nathan Burton are good and cheap. Hitzville is good.

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Sin City Comedy at PH and Purple Reign at Hooters.

Vancouver, Canada
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Big Elvis at the piano bar at Harrahs is really good and it's free. Weekdays except Wednesday at 2:00, 3:30 and 5:00.

Thunder Bay
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Carrot Top!! Didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I did :)

Lexington, Kentucky
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Donnie and Marie at Flamingo. Incredible show!! Loved every minute of it.

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Human Nature at the Venetian is more "mid-sized" than small... but it's a great show in a nice theater.

Derby, United...
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Hi

We've seen Mick Hammer downtown, theVegas The Show and Shades of Sinatra. This trip we are planning on going to see Defending the Caveman.

I have booked some of the bigger shows but do like the atmosphere in a smaller venue.

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I'd consider Penn and Teller on the smaller side as compared to the big theater shows. Funny, good magic, excellent explanations, really entertaining. Also a good excuse to get off the strip and head to the Rio

milwaukee
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10. Re: Small(er) venue shows...need advice.

I agree as noted, Carrot Top, Vinny Favorito and Absinthe are the 3 smaller theater shows that are great.