All-Male Cabaret Show to Debut at Tropicana Las Vegas This Spring

Tropicana Las Vegas has added to their all-new entertainment lineup with 'Men of the Strip', a multi-faceted all-male cabaret show set to debut in May 2017. Men of the Strip first emerged in 2012 when Jeff Timmons, Glenn Douglas Package and Mike "Money Mike" Foland joined forces to create a new and unique male revue. With immediate success, Men of the Strip embarked on a 42-day tour (in 49 days) that sold more than 50,000 tickets. 

Debuting in the Havana Room at Tropicana Las Vegas, Men of the Strip will showcase original choreography, music, and high energy with a cast of talented singers, dancers and strip-tainers. Tickets will go on sale on Monday, April 17, 2017, and will be priced at $49.99 for general admission, $59.99 for a table, and $79.99 for a VIP table (excluding taxes and fees). Tickets can be purchased at the Tropicana box office, by calling (800) 829-9034 or online at

The Tropicana Las Vegas Havana Room is the newest of the hotel's reception venues. The Havana Room can accommodate up to 300 guests seated and 800 guests reception style. Other highlights include 40 custom-built banquette-seating areas, full-service bars, and a convenient location near the north entrance of the property.


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Several other residencies are expected in Las Vegas this spring, including 'Magic Mike Live' at the Hard Rock Hotel, Ricky Martin at the Monte Carlo Park Theater and Billy Idol:Forever at the House of Blues Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino


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