After completing their run at the off-Strip Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Nov. 24, the men of "Magic Mike Live Las Vegas" will step up to the Sahara Las Vegas in the spring.
"Well, we've always dreamed of stripping on the Strip," said actor-singer Channing Tatum, who starred in the 2012 film "Magic Mike" and is the creator and director of the stage show. "But seriously, when we created 'Magic Mike Live Las Vegas' just two years ago, we never imagined it would become what it is today."
Also staged in London and Berlin, the production recently marked its 1,000th curtain since opening in April 2017. The Hard Rock will close after the Super Bowl, transition to Virgin Hotel Las Vegas and reopen during the fourth quarter of 2020. The Sahara (in the midst of its own rebranding from SLS Las Vegas) is undergoing a $150 million renovation.
"We couldn't have found an edgier, more high-profile show than 'Magic Mike Live Las Vegas' to be the entertainment centerpiece for Sahara Las Vegas," said Paul Hobson, the Sahara's senior vice president and general manager.
Tickets for the remaining performances at the Hard Rock Casino & Hotel can be purchased at MagicMikeLiveLasVegas.com. The opening date and ticket prices at the new venue will be announced soon.