July 13 – One Night Only – Tape Face Performs Three Minutes of New Material to Commemorate Show Number 333

July 13 - One Night Only - Tape Face Performs Three Minutes of New Material to Commemorate Show Number 333
Tape Face
is set to delight audiences on July 13 with a once in a lifetime performance as three additional minutes of material will be added to commemorate show number 333. The Tape Face Show debuted in its own custom-built theatre, House of Tape on March 16, 2018, at Harrah’s Las Vegas, and screams eccentric design with fan art and gaffer tape adorning the walls (Photo credit: Ira Kuzma / www.IraKuzmaPhotos.com). 

As part of show #333 celebrations, the modern-day mime and comedian has introduced a prototype of a new product to enter the merchandise line-up, the ‘Stay Weird’ trucker hat, available at the House of Tape in September 2019. The trucker hat made its debut on America’s Got Talent: The Champions and was worn by Howie Mandel during the Tape Face performance. Hats will retail for $20.

Tape Face debuts ‘Stay Weird’ trucker hat
Tape Face debuts ‘Stay Weird’ trucker hat

“On the evening of July 13 at 7:33 p.m., I will provide three minutes of wonderfully weird material sure to guarantee our place as The Funniest Show In Las Vegas,” said Sam Wills, Tape Face creator and actor.

The Tape Face show is an eccentric, whimsical experience that can be enjoyed by audiences of many different backgrounds, ages and languages. From the world-famous Las Vegas Strip to London’s West End at the historic Garrick Theatre, this eccentric, modern silent stand-up is an award-winning show that audiences all over the world can’t stop talking about. Tape Face, an America’s Got Talent sensation, does not speak at all in the show and delivers the message of being true to self through amusing routines using sounds, music and laughter. Tape Face was created in 2008 by Sam Wills, a former circus and street performer in his native New Zealand.

Tape Face appeared on America’s Got Talent The Champions in 2019, and finalist in America’s Got Talent season 11. House of Tape, a unique and intimate theatre, was custom-built in 2018 at Harrah’s Las Vegas specifically with the mime sensation in mind. Fan art and gaffer tape are among the highlights that adorn the walls.

Ticket prices begin at $65, plus applicable tax and fees. VIP packages include priority seating, a signed photo, t-shirt, lanyard, and signature poker chip, and is available for $99 plus applicable tax and fees. Tickets are available at any Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment Box Office, by phone at (702) 777-2782 or (855) 234-7469, or by visiting ticketmaster.com. For groups of 10 or more call 1-866-574-3851 or email EntertainmentGroupSales@Caesars.com. Show begins at 7 p.m. and is dark on Mondays. House of Tape is easily accessible from the Harrah’s Las Vegas main gaming floor.

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