The Rio Goes Cutting-Edge With Building Wrap

Guests arriving at The Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel and Casino will be greeted in grand and typically macabre style by Penn & Teller, whose image is currently appearing in a 27,000-square-foot wrap on the southeast side of the building. The comic magician duo known for its twisted bent is celebrating 35 years of working together, and now can celebrate something else—the building wrap, covering 26 floors of the hotel, is the largest in Vegas, a city that prides itself on such matters.


The two are currently appearing at the Penn & Teller Theater at the Rio, then heading on a mini-tour, appearing at the MGM Grand Foxwoods in Connecticut in May, followed by a stint at Harrah’s Atlantic City.

(Photo by Erik Kabik)

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