Human Nature Las Vegas
Venetian Showroom at Venetian Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, NV 89109
Human Nature Las Vegas is proving to be a hit. The Las Vegas Motown show stars the popular Australian vocal quartet Human Nature. It showcases a dazzling repertoire of Motown classics. To show the level of class you'll find here, Human Nature Las Vegas is presented by none other than the Motown legend Smokey Robinson. Billed as The Ultimate Celebration of Motown, this sell-out Las Vegas Motown show is on at the Venetian, on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Human Nature Imperial Palace show is centered around the four singers—Phil Burton, Toby Allen, Andrew Tierney, and Michael Tierney. This quartet is known for their distinctive, sugar-sweet harmonies. Listening to their voices, you’re sure to be transported back to the Motown age, when singing groups like this one were all the rage. The group performs Motown classics along with a backing band. Audiences are treated to the smooth sounds of songs from the likes of The Miracles and The Temptations, not to mention numbers from Smokey Robinson himself. Don’t worry if your favorite songs are from girls’ groups, Human Nature also sing hits from the Supremes and other all-female groups. Human Nature is definitely up there with the great nostalgic Las Vegas shows such the Sydney Hackett Rat Pack Show at the Riviera and Vegas the Show at Planet Hollywood.
The Human Nature Imperial Palace show is much more than a tribute concert. It is also a feast for the eyes, with a state-of-the-art set that takes audiences back in time to the days of mini-skirts and kiss curls. This Las Vegas Motown show was the first performance to be put on at the Imperial Palace Showroom after it was refurbished in 2010. The venue now has a cutting-edge sound system and space for more than 650 audience members. The showroom has since attracted a variety of great shows, including one of the top Las Vegas production shows, the Asian celebration Matsuri. The Imperial Palace is well known as a world-class hotel and entertainment venue. The show arrived at the Imperial Palace on October 2009. It runs every Saturday through Thursday. Although the show has been running for some time, and interest has dropped a little since it first came to Las Vegas, it’s still wise to book tickets well in advance. Check out a list of Las Vegas shows, so you can plan your trip to the city around this wonderfully soulful show.
Human Nature originally formed as a Doo Wop group while the members were still high school students in Sydney. They have been one of Australia’s biggest acts since their platinum debut in 1995. Since then, they’ve scored 70 Top 40 hits and 5 Top 10 hits on the Australian pop charts. Their first American album was released in 2009. Their show, presented by the Motown and soul legend Smokey Robinson, has been a great success. The group are known for their high-energy performances, and they often encourage the audience to participate, asking them to clap, or even sing along. Their talent and reputation for getting audiences going has seen them introduce musical icons including Celine Dion and Michael Jackson. Since coming to Las Vegas, the band has been competing for popularity with the top Las Vegas production shows, as well as a host of Las Vegas impersonators and musicians. Their venue at the Venetian is close to other Las Vegas Strip hotels, including Harrah's and Caesars Palace.
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