Paris Las Vegas Extends Sgt. Pepper Experience through Fall

sgt pepper las vegasGood news for Beatles fans heading to Las Vegas: Paris Las Vegas is extending the limited engagement performances of "Sgt. Pepper Live" featuring Cheap Trick with additional performances through September. Tickets are now on sale for 16 additional shows at the Paris Las Vegas Theatre. Additional show dates now on sale include August 3-4, August 6-7, August 10-11, August 13-14, August 17-18, September 9-11 and September 16-18. Showtime is 8 p.m.

Tickets are priced at $50, $100 and $125 with limited VIP Golden Circle. All ticket prices include applicable tax and fees and may be purchased at the Paris Las Vegas box office or on-line at or, or by calling 1.888.374.7469.

A celebration of The Beatles' influential album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, the show features a 32-piece orchestra, authentic Indian sitar ensemble and Cheap Trick performing the entire album live. In addition, audiences are treated to select Cheap Trick songs such as "I Want You To Want Me," "Dream Police," "Surrender," and others.

Since beginning their Las Vegas limited engagement Cheap Trick has performed to packed houses, including celebrities such as Siegfried Fischbacher, Bobby Vinton, Rachel Ray, Emeril Lagasse, the Board of Directors from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and many others. The band was recognized by the City of Las Vegas where Mayor Oscar B. Goodman welcomed the group by declaring June 11 "Sgt Pepper Live Day."

Geoff Emerick, the engineer of The Beatles' classic 1967 album and producer of other Beatles' recordings, supervises the audio production of the show. Never performed in its entirety by The Beatles due to the complex studio technology of the day that was employed in the making of the album, "Sgt. Pepper Live" allows Cheap Trick to incorporate their brand of music into the classic songs while paying tribute to music legends.

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