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Jerry Seinfeld Headed Back to Caesars Palace


World famous comedian Jerry Seinfeld is returning to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for a limited engagement next year. The comic legend has been selling out venues since 2003, and now he will perform a total of six shows with all new material at The Colosseum.

Jerry Seinfeld has easily cemented himself as the longest-running superstar headliner in the iconic resort’s history.  The events already scheduled for next year are on April 12th and 13th, then again on August 9th and 10th. There will be a third set of shows in September on the 6th and 7th. All of these performances will be on Fridays and Saturdays.

Mr. Seinfeld’s last performance in Las Vegas for this years happens tonight. Tickets for next years shows will are on sale now. Prices start at just $84 plus tax and fees, and can be purchased online at Ticket Master. All shows start at 8 p.m.

The comedy career of Jerry Seinfeld took off after his first appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1981. Eight years later, he teamed up with fellow comedian Larry David to create what was to become the most successful comedy series in the history of television: Seinfeld.

That show ran on NBC for nine seasons, winning numerous Emmy, Golden Globe and People’s Choice awards, and was named the greatest television show of all time in 2009 by TV Guide, and in 2012 was identified as the best sitcom ever in a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll.

Caesars Palace features nearly 4,000 guest rooms and suites, including the redesigned 182-room Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, the renovated Palace Tower and Forbes Star Award-winning The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace. The 85-acre resort offers diverse dining options from the award-winning Bacchanal Buffet to celebrity chef-branded restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen.


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