|By Marketwired .||
|June 3, 2014 12:30 PM EDT||
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 06/03/14 -- TWEET: Sultry female revue from down under #SydneyAfterDark to make American debut @phvegas July 7. www.sydneyafterdark.com #VEGAS
SPI Entertainment and Australian pop artist Belinda Chapple are proud to announce the American debut of Australia's sexiest and most provocative female revue Sydney After Dark. Starring the most breathtaking women from "down under," Sydney After Dark will premiere at the PH Showroom inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Monday, July 7.
"SPI Entertainment is extremely proud to bring yet another Australian first to Las Vegas," said Adam Steck, Sydney After Dark producer and CEO of SPI Entertainment. "Our hand-picked cast are the absolute best female performers Australia has to offer. They are stunning, glamorous, chic and sensual. A perfect blend of Victoria's Secret meets Moulin Rouge."
"I am so excited to bring Sydney After Dark to American shores," said Belinda Chapple, Sydney After Dark Creator and Creative Director. "The beautiful cast are ready to entertain Las Vegas the Australian way!"
Sydney After Dark will take audiences on a unique journey with its class, style and the stunning choreography of Wil Sabin. This provocative and sultry revue will make you fantasize about the land down under, while tantalizing your every sense for a non-stop 75 minutes. Sydney After Dark will showcase some of the most seductive and beautiful Australian women with extraordinary talents and stunning costumes leaving audiences breathless. These showgirls take the art of topless burlesque and reinvent it; evolving into a seductive, modern and titillating tease not to be missed.
The acclaimed cast has travelled all over the world entertaining audiences in cities such as Tokyo, Singapore, London, Paris, Los Angeles and of course, throughout Australia. Sydney After Dark is like nothing seen before, with performances in the sky and sultry singing by stunning lead vocalist Natalie Conway. The sensuality of Sydney After Dark is a must see and suitable for men and women alike.
Sydney After Dark will be performed inside the PH Showroom at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Thursday through Tuesday, beginning Monday, July 7. All shows begin at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $39, $59 and $79 plus tax and applicable fees. An exclusive meet and greet package, including a VIP ticket and photo with the glamorous Sydney After Dark girls, is available for $99 plus tax and applicable fees. A limited preview ticket is available for $30 plus tax and applicable fees. All tickets go on sale Monday, June 9 at 10 a.m. and can be purchased in-person at the Planet Hollywood Box Office or through Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com. Guests must be 18 years or older. For more information and a complete show schedule, visit www.sydneyafterdark.com.
About SPI Entertainment
SPI Entertainment, helmed by award winning producer Adam Steck, is a leading Production Company & Talent Agency with six successful resident internationally-acclaimed shows in the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas, and numerous shows touring internationally. With a successful track record of building entertainment brands and partnering with world-class entertainers, SPI has become the preeminent Theatrical Producer & Talent Agency in Las Vegas and beyond. Current Productions include RockTellz & CockTails Presents Meat Loaf, RockTellz & CockTails Presents The Jacksons, Smokey Robinson Presents: Human Nature - The Motown Show, Boyz II Men, Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, Thunder From Down Under, Divas Las Vegas- Starring Frank Marino and The Australian Bee Gees Show. www.SPIentertainment.com.
About Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is the newest member of the Caesars Entertainment family in Las Vegas and is a full partner in Total Rewards. With 2,500 beautifully designed guest rooms and suites showcasing some of the best views in town, Planet Hollywood encompasses more than 100,000 square-feet of gaming, several lounges, ten restaurants including Gordon Ramsay BurGR, KOI, Strip House, the award-winning Spice Market Buffet and LA's Pink's Hot Dogs, and the Planet Hollywood Spa by Mandara. The resort is also home to The AXIS Powered by Monster, the theater in which one of pop music's biggest superstars Britney Spears' performs her show, "Britney: Piece of Me." The property is encircled by Miracle Mile Shops with more 170 specialty stores and restaurants. For more information, visit www.planethollywoodresort.com. Find Planet Hollywood on Facebook and follow on Twitter.
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