VEGAS MUSIC ROUNDUP: Kylie Minogue’s Expensive Experience Package, Bruno Mars Extends Through New Year’s Eve
Posted on: August 7, 2023, 04:24h.
Last updated on: August 7, 2023, 04:28h.
The Venetian is now selling travel-package experiences to fans of Kylie Minogue, whose previously announced residency there runs from November 3 to Jan. 27, 2024.
The packages, available now through VoltaireLV.com, run from $2,500 to $3,500. All include a table at the show with caviar service, a three-day/two-night stay, a backstage venue tour, a $200 dining credit per person, airport transportation, and complimentary access to Tao nightclub.
The price points vary according to the number and type of Venetian rooms/suites. The packages are part of Ticketmaster’s new new Experiences travel packages, which Minogue is helping to roll out.
Since Minogue’s hardest-core fans are expected to travel from the UK and Australia just to see her perform in Las Vegas, travel packages make especially good sense for this event. However, not including airfare with any of the announced experiences seems like a missed opportunity to charge much more than cost and get away with it.
The 55-year-old Australian superstar appears on November 3, 4, 10, and 11; December 8 and 9; and January 19, 20, 26, and 27 at the Venetian’s brand new Voltaire venue, a rebuild of the former Opaline Theater, once home to the Blue Man Group and the “Rock of Ages” production show.
Starting Wednesday, opportunities to see Minogue go on sale to people who can only dream of purchasing individual tickets. Starting at $200 plus fees, they’ll be available to the general public through VoltaireLV.com.
As he’s done in multiple years past, seven-year Park MGM artist-in-residence Bruno Mars just announced new shows that run through at least New Year’s Eve. His upcoming Dolby Live Theater concerts now include December 22, 23, 28, 30, and 31.
Tickets, starting at $99.50, go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday via Ticketmaster.
In other Mars news, the singer is opening a nightclub at the Bellagio, a scoop delivered by Casino.org’s own Vital Vegas blogger Scott Roeben back in March 2022, on the site of the former Lily Bar & Lounge, which shuttered July 7. Its name may or may not be the Pinky Ring, a reference to the lyrics to the Mars song “24K Magic.”
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