Barry Manilow extends Las Vegas residency into 2020 | The Music Universe
The hits continue at the Westgate International Theater
Barry Manilow is extending his Manilow: Las Vegas – The Hits Come Home! residency at the historic Westgate International Theater into 2020. Manilow: Las Vegas – The Hits Come Home! made its debut in May 2018 to rave reviews and sold out audiences and earned the Best of Las Vegas awards for Best Resident Performer/Headliner in 2018 and again in 2019. This spectacular show is unlike anything Manilow has ever done in his concert tours around the world before with massive video walls, sets, and special effects – a non-stop evening of Manilow’s massive catalogue of Top 40 Hits.
The extension marks the continuation of a very successful partnership between the iconic property and Barry Manilow, who celebrated his 500th show in the famed International Theater earlier this year.
“We are very happy to extend Barry Manilow who leads a long list of legendary entertainers who have performed at this iconic property,” shares Westgate Las Vegas President & General Manager Cami Christensen. “Barry is part of our family and the Westgate will always be his Las Vegas home.”
Manilow has performed more than 500 Las Vegas shows since his first presentation at the International Theater was on January 12, 1988.
Dates for 2020 include February 13-15, February 20-22, March 5-7 and March 26-28. Tickets for Manilow: Las Vegas – The Hits Come Home! performances through March 28, 2020 range in price from $49.75 to $329.75 plus tax and applicable fees and will go on sale on Monday, September 16th at 10 am PT. Tickets can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com, the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Box Office at (800) 222-5361 or online at barrymanilow.com or westgatelasvegas.com.
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