VÉRONIC Voices Announces Bally’s Las Vegas Residency to Continue Through 2014
December 12, 2013 by VegasNews.com
VÉRONIC Voices will continue to call the historic Jubilee! Theater at Bally’s Las Vegas home through 2014. Véronic DiCaire, the vocal impressionist who has taken Las Vegas by storm with her spot on ability to recreate the voices of music’s most iconic female singers, will return in the spring of 2014, following tour dates in Canada (Photo credit: Denise Truscello / WireImage www.DeniseTruscello.net).
Tickets for newly-announced 2014 performances will go on sale in January.
“I can’t believe this year is almost over,” said Véronic. “Opening my show here in Las Vegas has been a dream come true. The support that we’ve received is incredible and touching and I am so thrilled to call Vegas home for another year.”
Known for her extraordinary ability to transform her voice into those of the world’s biggest superstars, Véronic effortlessly imitates the voices of Christina Aguilera, Sheryl Crow, Billie Holiday, Susan Boyle, Whitney Houston, Katy Perry, Dolly Parton and many, many more.
Met with critical acclaim, VÉRONIC Voices has been named by USA Today as one of “Las Vegas’ Don’t Miss Shows.” Co-produced by Celine Dion, the show honors some of the world’s biggest singers, past and present, who have made their mark on music history.
Tickets for VÉRONIC Voices are now on sale for shows through Jan. 18 and range in price from $30 to $120 (additional service fees apply). Tickets are available in person at any Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas box office, by calling (855) 234-7469 or (702) 777-7776, or online at www.ballyslasvegas.com or www.ticketmaster.com keyword “Veronic.” Tickets for newly announced 2014 performances will go on sale in January. For up-to-date show information, visit www.veronicvoices.com.
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