Actor Al Pacino and rockers The Rolling Stones both announced dates in Las Vegas.
Actor, screenwriter, producer and director Al Pacino will bring his acclaimed “An Evening with Al Pacino,” to the Opaline Theatre inside the Venetian Las Vegas on Saturday, Oct. 15. “An Evening With Al Pacino” will explore highlights from Pacino’s career on stage and screen.
Attendees will get a rare glimpse at Pacino’s life while he shares intimate backstage tales from Hollywood to Broadway. This special event will also give audience members a special chance to speak directly to Pacino in a question and answer session.
Pacino has starred in more than 40 films, including The Godfather Trilogy, Dog Day Afternoon, Serpico, Dick Tracy, Heat, Scarface, Any Given Sunday, Carlito’s Way and Scent of a Woman, for which he won an Oscar for in 1992. He is one of the rare winners of the triple crown of acting: the Oscar, Tony and Emmy Award and received a National Medal of Arts for 2011 from President Obama.
Tickets start at $72.45 and are on sale online at www.venetian.com/pacino or by calling 702-414-9000 or 1-866-641-7469.
The newly renamed Opaline Theatre is located in Restaurant Row, the corridor that connects the Venetian and the Palazzo, and across from The Sands Showroom.
The Rolling Stones announced a second show in Las Vegas on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the brand new T-Mobile Arena.
This will be the iconic band’s last U.S. show of 2016 and will come on the heels of their performances at the legendary concert event Desert Trip in Indio, California, on Oct. 7 and 14, and their already-sold-out first show in Las Vegas on Oct. 19.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will return to the Las Vegas stage for the first time in more than years. hey last performed in Sin City in May 2013 as part of their 50 & Counting Tour.
The Rolling Stones have been performing a set packed full of classic Stones hits such as “Gimme Shelter,” “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “Sympathy For The Devil,” “Start Me Up” and “Miss You.”.
Tickets are on sale at AXS.com.