Piff the Magic Dragon Extends Residency at Flamingo Las Vegas

The British comedian and magician act Piff the Magic Dragon is returning to Flamingo Las Vegas for summer 2017. Due to popular demand, Piff the Magic Dragon will make Las Vegas his home for more than 40 days of consecutive performances beginning May 22. 

Piff the Magic Dragon was a contestant on NBC's America's Got Talent Season 10. Though he wasn't the winner, the act has proven successful with record breaking sales in North America in 2015 and 2016 and a long-standing Vegas residency.

Since its launch in November 2015, the show has been an evolving mix of old and new tricks from a repertoire that stretches more than 10 years. New for this season, Mr. Piffles - The Dog Who Knows, will set out to answer any question posed by the audience and prove beyond all doubt that he is the world's most knowledgeable canine. 


Like this story? Subscribe to Daily News & Deals!

Featuring breaking news on the latest product launches, deals, sales promotions, and executive appointments. Be sure to sign-up for this free industry daily newsletter.

Piff the Magic Dragon has performed in venues such as Radio City Music Hall, the 02 Arena in London and the Sydney Opera House. He was also the opening act for Mumford & Sons for one of the shows on their U.K. tour and he graces the cover of the band's album 'Babel.' 

Tickets are on sale now at www.ticketmaster.com. VIP meet & greet packages are available on Ticketmaster and include a private party with Piff before the show. Piff's Private Party starts at 7 P.M. and shows start at 8 P.M., daily. 

Visit www.piffthemagicdragon.com or follow him on Facebook and Instagram, @piffthemagicdragon and Twitter @thepiff

Suggested Articles:

Landslides that caused road closures last year have raised concerns about whether there will be full access to Denali during the upcoming season.

Bold style, upscale design features and amenity-laden suites that absolutely “wow” aptly describe the new 750-passenger Seven Seas Splendor.

Frank Del Rio, president/CEO, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, spoke to travel advisors on Saturday about coronavirus' impact on the cruise industry.