Las Vegas is gearing up for the comeback of one of their most famous headliners.
"We are so excited to go back to doing what we do, where we do it, for the people we do it for," said Penn Jillette. "Teller and I are both more than two weeks out of our second shots, and in the same bubble, so we can stand unmasked on our stage. We will give up seeing what we hope are smiling faces so our audience can stay masked and safe."
The magician noted that they have not been on the stage since the pause with Covid-19 last year.
"We haven't been on stage in over a year, so we don't know whether the audience will be coming to see us do miracles, or just to see if we remember which way to face on stage," Penn joked.
They're baack! We re-open at the Rio on April 22nd. Crazy new covid-friendly show, some old favorites interlaced… https://t.co/EsgOBapX20— Teller (@Teller)1616973021.0
The two have been practicing their magic on stage at the Rio in Las Vegas since 2001.
"We are thrilled to welcome Penn & Teller back to live performances at the Rio," said Jason Gastwirth, President of Entertainment at Caesars Entertainment. "After a challenging year, the demand for joy and laughter is higher than ever, and Penn & Teller will certainly supply that, as they have been doing for decades in the heart of Las Vegas."
The tickets to see this show go on sale Friday, April 2 and 10 a.m. PT and presale for Ticket master, Caesars rewards members, and Caesars entertainment's Loyalty program go on sale Thursday April 1 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. PT.
The price starts at $60 and will also be available for purchase at any Las Vegas Box office or online at www.caesars.com/shows.
The show will run from April 22nd-25th, 29th-30th, May 1st, 2nd, 6th-8th, 28th-31st, and June 3rd-6th, 10th-13th.
Every guest will have to follow the social distance guidelines with three different seating option for the show.
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