Brian Hoffman's Tribute to Red Skelton is moving to a new venue. Las Vegas Rocks Café - Embassy Theatre located at 450 Fremont Street is now the home for Remembering Red - A Tribute to Red Skelton every Monday and Tuesday at 2pm.
Las Vegas, NV-AZ (1888PressRelease) November 03, 2010 - After a highly successful run just off the Las Vegas strip, Brian Hoffman's Tribute to Red Skelton has moved to the Las Vegas Rocks Café in historic downtown Las Vegas. Located at 450 Fremont Street (corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Fremont St) the Las Vegas Rocks Café's - Embassy Theatre is a great place to come see Brian performing the jokes and routines that made Red famous. The Cafe is filled with history and memorabilia including a time-line of how Las Vegas has became what it is today.
The owners of the Las Vegas Rocks Café have opened their arms and welcomed this new show. The theatre can accommodate several hundred people and there's not a bad seat in the house. Enjoy a great meal before or after the show. The café has a creative menu with items named after legendary entertainers such as Charo's Chillie, the Siegfried and Roy, a triple deck sandwich, The Bugsy Burger and the Elvis Delight, just to name a few. The prices are very reasonable with many items under $15.00 Visit http://www.LasVegasRocksCafe.com for more details
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It's home of Viva Vision, the worlds largest overhead light show goes on every night with over 2,000,000 lights computerized into a myriad of color and themes - from Aerosmith to Garth Brooks, to Elvis and the Rolling Stones - all brought together with 540,000 watts of sound and over 40 speakers on each block.
Come on down to Fremont Street and enjoy all it has to offer. See the neon museum, check out some of the oldest casinos in Las Vegas, many of which have been seen in several movies such as Vegas Vacation. The slots are loose and the people are fun to watch.
Don't forget to take in the newest sight on Fremont Street, Brian Hoffman performing as Red Skelton every Monday and Tuesday at 2pm in the Embassy Theatre located inside the Las Vegas Rocks Café - 450 Fremont Street. Tickets are just $29.95 for General Admission, $34.95 for VIP seating w/ autographed photo. Children 11-17 are just $10.95, kids 10 and under are free with ticketed adult.
To find out more about Brian Hoffman's tribute to Red Skelton show, visit http://www.RedSkeltonComedyShow.com or call 1-00-595-4849 to reserve your tickets to see "America's favorite clown"