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Matt Goss at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino

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Overview

Experience Matt Goss' classy musical stylings at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. During this 70-minute show, Goss will impress you with his smooth vocals and rakish charm; many critics compare him to a modern-day Sinatra. Wearing his black fedora, the former member of the 1980s band Bros will have you dancing in the aisles and singing along to his catchy tunes. Choose from 3 ticket options, including a VIP package with priority seating and a photo op with the star.
  • Ticket to the Matt Goss show at Caesars Palace
  • See '80s star Goss perform a medley of hits in a classic Vegas lounge show
  • Enjoy a live band and the Dirty Virgins burlesque dancers
  • Sing along to Sinatra favorites like ‘Luck Be a Lady'
  • Choose from three seating options, including a meet-and-greet
  • Don't miss your chance to see this lively show, the final performance is on September 24, 2016!

Why Travellers Choose This Tour

The Gossy Room seats just 120 people, so there’s no bad seat in the house. Rather than simply staying on stage, Goss interacts with the audience and shares personal stories during the show. Learn what inspired his songs such as ‘Lovely Las Vegas,’ and soak up plenty of retro glitz and glamour.
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Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Hotel pickup and drop off

Departure Point

The Gossy Room at Cleopatra's Barge, Caesars Palace

Departure Time

Show starts at 9:30pm
Upon arrival at Caesars Palace, find your way to the Gossy Room at Cleopatra's Barge. Make your way to your seat and get comfortable as Matt Goss takes the stage. However, don't expect to say seated, Goss likes to say of his own show 'this is the show that knows how to party', so there will be plenty of dancing in the aisles.

Matt Goss, clad in a suave tuxedo, presents a classic Vegas lounge show. All seats are unassigned and given on a first-come, first-served basis within each section; choose which section of the theater you prefer when booking. Please see Itinerary section for seating options and packages.

Watch as Goss brings you the style and swagger of Sinatra, accompanied by a burlesque troupe called the Dirty Virgins, a 9-piece band and smooth backup singers. His music has undertones of swing and ska, listen for Bros pop hits ‘When Will I Be Famous?’ and ‘I Owe You Nothing,’ from the band’s debut album that went platinum 7 times over. Sing along as the performer covers Sinatra favorites like ‘I've Got the World on a String’ and ‘Luck Be a Lady,’ as well as iconic hits like the Eagles’ ‘Hotel California’ and Stevie Wonder's ‘Superstition.’ Enjoy hearing Goss' original and new music, such as ‘Life You Imagine’.

Leave the theater humming and dancing at the end of the 70-minute show.

Don't miss your chance to see this lively show, the final performance is on September 24, 2016!

Itinerary

Seating options:

• General admission: Enjoy a seat in the rear section of the theater
• Gold Circle: Enjoy seating in the middle section of the theater

• VIP seating with meet & greet: Enjoy priority seating with the best views of the stage, and meet Matt Goss after the performance; chat with him for a few minutes and enjoy a photo op
Itinerary
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Matt Goss
If you’re a fan of Frank Sinatra or the Bros, the British twin-boy-band from the 1980s, you are in for a treat. Take a seat in the intimate Gossy Room at Caesars Palace, and enjoy being mesmerized by tuxedo-clad crooner Matt Goss' classic Vegas lounge show. All seats are unassigned and given on a first-come, first-served basis within each section; choose which section of the theater you prefer when booking. During the show, Matt Goss brings you the style and swagger of Sinatra, accompanied by a 9-piece band with horns, two sultry backup singers, and four burlesque dancers known as the Dirty Virgins. This extravaganza of lively band music with undertones of swing and ska includes covers of Sinatra favorites like ‘I've Got the World on a String’ and ‘Luck Be a Lady,’ as well as iconic hits like the Eagles’ ‘Hotel California’ and Stevie Wonder's ‘Superstition.’ Listen for Bros pop hits ‘When Will I Be Famous?’ and ‘I Owe You Nothing,’ from the band’s debut album that went platinum seven times over, as well as Goss' original and new music, such as ‘Life You Imagine.’ Don’t expect to stay seated. To quote the man himself, ‘this is the show that knows how to party,’ and you can’t help but join in on the singing and dancing. Don't miss your chance to see this lively show, the final performance is on September 24, 2016! Seating options: • General admission: Enjoy a seat in the rear section of the theater • Gold Circle: Enjoy seating in the middle section of the theater • VIP seating with meet & greet: Enjoy priority seating with the best views of the stage, and meet Matt Goss after the performance; chat with him for a few minutes and enjoy a photo op
Admission Ticket Included
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Minimum age is 21 years
  • Seating will be allocated at time of ticket collection
  • OPERATED BY Caesars Entertainment

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The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Matt Goss at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino?
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This activity will have a maximum of 9 travelers.

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Reviews

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Sound could have been better. Wasn't...
Jody P
, Sep 2016
Sound could have been better. Wasn't that great where we sat on the side of the stage. Kind of muffled at times
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This show is fantastic, a must see in...
anthony l
, Jul 2016
This show is fantastic, a must see in Vegas. Gossy Rooms is very intimate and Matt bells out swing songs. He meets n greets every single person with a hug and the ladies get a kiss. Can't recommend this show enough.
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Matt Goss show was amazing, he is such...
Margaret Melanie R
, May 2016
Matt Goss show was amazing, he is such an entertainer. Meet such an amazing artist. Would definitely recommend and return.
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Brilliant! Lovely venue and Matt is a...
sjb2430
, Apr 2016
Brilliant! Lovely venue and Matt is a real professional with an amazing voice. We had the pleasure of meeting him and he was extremely friendly and totally grounded. Would definitely recommend without hesitation.
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Singing was good , venue shocking took...
Richard W
, Apr 2016
Singing was good , venue shocking took our money for drinks twice and wont answer any mesasges
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Great music, shame about the drivel he...
Judith S
, Mar 2016
Great music, shame about the drivel he came out with. He just kept telling us how long he had been at Caesars, how many nos. in xx of countries and how many record she had sold. It was embarrassingly often and he either really loves himself or is very insecure. It also didn't help that he said initially we were a terrible audience albeit tongue in cheek and the people sitting next to us just walked out. The music was really good and although I didn't know many of the songs I really enjoyed his music and for that alone I might see him again, However it would be the to rubbish he comes out with that would stop me doing that. He also walked around shaking hands with those in the inner circle and he shook one guys hand at least 4 times. It was all too much. I just wanted to hear him sing. You cannot complain about the length of the show which went on until midnight and by the end everyone was seemed really into it and by then it was mainly singing and less drivel. My score would have been higher had he not been so focused on himself every time he spoke.
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I thought he was to full of himself and...
mark o
, Mar 2016
I thought he was to full of himself and went rambling on about nothing instead of getting on with singing. The best song of the night was Hotel California Eagles. The Band were very good.
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