Venue: Palazzo Theater
3325 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV
Show Dates: February 25, 2013 - April 14, 2013
Show Times: 7:30pm; Dark 2-28, 3-8, 3-12, 3-19, 3-26 & 4-2
Age Restriction: 5
Starting at $45.00
Experience all the fun and excitement of NBC's America's Got Talent live as the show embarks on its nationwide tour. The touring version will bring some of the country's most dynamic and diverse entertainers to cities in the United States -- including Las Vegas. The stage version will feature performers including season seven winner Olate Dogs. Season seven runner-up Tom Cotter is hosting the show
Trained by champion trainer Richard Olate and his son Nicholas, Olate Dogs features a cast of remarkably trained dogs that perform a series of high-energy routines. A third generation circus performer from South America, Richard started performing when he was 12. After years of hard work and perseverance, Richard moved to the United States, where he and his son won over the America’s Got Talent judges and TV audiences across the country.
Other acts slated to perform as part of America’s Got Talent Live in Las Vegas include Lightwire Theater (a performance troupe that uses electro-luminescent wire to create characters that make up one element of their dance, puppet and glow-in-the-dark show); David Garibaldi and His CMYK’s, which combine painting and explosive dance moves; Jarrett & Raja, Las Vegas Strip regulars who have entertained audiences worldwide with their unique blend of magic, music and comedy; and Anna Graceman, a 13-year-old musician and singer/songwriter who has written more than 30 songs and released her debut album in 2012.
Since the television show's debut in 2006, it has captivated audiences across the country by showcasing a colorful array of hopeful future stars -- singers, dancers, comedic performers and unique acts of all ages. While each contestant has the chance to strut and perform in front of a panel of celebrity judges including Howie Mandel, Sharon Osbourne and Howard Stern, the eventual winner is chosen by the television viewing audience. Since 2006, America's Got Talent has been sold to 177 countries, with localized versions of the hit format being produced in 54 countries around the world.