Tickets for the April 22, 2022 show go on sale this Friday and start at $39
While Vegas is accustomed to having many a bachelors and bachelorettes on stages all across the city, what we are about to tell you will make all those other amateurs sit down. “The Bachelor” is coming. Like, the actual bachelor. Ok, it’s the show, but you get the point right? “The Bachelor Live On Stage,” will be live on the Smith Center stage so get your roses and wine ready.
The Good News and The Bad News
Here is what you need to know about the show hitting the world class performing arts stage. First, the good news. The show will feature men from recent seasons of “The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise” as the on-stage Bachelor. The bad news is that the cast hasn’t been announced yet so we don’t know who that is.
Former Bachelorette Becca Kufrin will put away the Bachelor Happy Hour podcast microphone for the night and host the Vegas show. For those a little out of “The Bachelor” loop, she was seen in the newest season of “Bachelor in Paradise.”
Good news, the Vegas show is just one stop on a long tour announced earlier today. The bad news, it isn’t until April 29, 2022. We will count that as good news for those who are getting a tax refund right?
Cue The Game Show Music
Just like previous tours the show will fit one season into one night/show. And in a move that requires audience participation a handful of local ladies will be selected to take the stage and get the ultimate onstage mansion experience.
But, let’s be honest, not everyone wants the big lights to shine on them as they are center stage. All good y’all. Take part in Bachelor Nation by pulling out the tux or getting your gown on and cheer on those who are vying for the final rose of the evening from your seat.
It all has a very “Price is Right” feel to it. But, we aren’t complaining are we? Why would we when we can help judge everything from the first impression rose to the group date challenge.
“I hope the audience will feel that unique energy, positivity, hope and connection (fingers crossed) that I felt when I joined Bachelor Nation,” said host Becca Kufrin. “I can’t wait to get back out on the road again.”
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW, YO!
Tickets for “The Bachelor Live On Stage,” go on sale this Friday, October 29. You can get them at thesmithcenter.com. The show is April 29, 2022. Tickets will start at $39 and go up to $99. The show is at 7:30 p.m. and runs 130 minutes with one twenty-minute intermission.
Hopefully we will be in a better state with respect to the ongoing pandemic. But, if we are not, rest assured “The Bachelor Live On Stage” will follow all local and state health department guidelines for COVID-19 to ensure a healthy and safe environment for everyone.
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