Christmas Comes Early for the Venetian’s ‘This is Christmas’

American Idol stars set to perform in Venetian's holiday musical

By OTS Staff | Las Vegas, NV | The Venetian Resort

Is it too early to be getting into the holiday spirit? Not at the Venetian, where tickets are going on sale September 3rd for their upcoming merry musical experience.


The Deets

• The show features a stellar cast, From American Idols like Diana DiGarmo, Lou Gazzara Jasmine Trias, Ace Young and Laura Suzanne Wright, to Broadway Stars like Randal Keith and Eric Jordan Young plus many other talents such as British singer Ben Stone, award-winning dancing duo Sarah Le Clear and Alejandro Domingo and more.

• The show was created and produced by Pat Caddick.

• Although the show won’t open until Friday, November 26, tickets will go up for sale on September 3 at 10 a.m. P.T.

Grazie Rewards members will be able to access presale tickets starting August 31 at 10 am P.T, with presale ending September 2 at 10 a.m. P.T.


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