Motown The Musical Las Vegas Tickets
Motown the Musical
Motown the Musical celebrates the Motown sound and the artists who shaped it. Come enjoy timeless hits like “Dancing in the Street,” “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” “My Girl” and more at Reynolds Hall at Smith Center Las Vegas.
Motown changed America’s musical landscape, broke racial barriers and transformed our popular culture. Producer Barry Gordy and artists like Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson laid the foundation for a music style that continues to rule the airwaves.
This musical tells Motown Record producer Barry Gordy’s story, revealing how he turned no-name musicians and singers into superstars that had hit after hit while on his iconic record label. The musical opens with a hesitant Gordy trying to decide if he will attend Motown’s 25th Anniversary. His musings take the audience on a journey that begins with a boxing match and ends with Motown. In between, the musical shares the stories of the artists he promoted such as Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross and the Jackson 5. Gordy himself wrote the musical’s book.
Las Vegas Tickets
Motown the Musical rocks the stage at Reynolds Hall at Smith Center Las Vegas. Reynolds Hall is the largest venue in the Smith Center. Its Georgian-era architecture features three balconies and an orchestra section that together, seat over 2,000 patrons.
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Located at 361 Symphony Park Avenue, highway access options to the Smith Center include Washington Street (Exit 44) to City Parkway via I-15 S from the north and Martin Luther King Boulevard from the east or west via US 95. From the south, take exit 41 B to Charleston Boulevard, then S. Grand Central Parkway and turn right on W. Clark Avenue. Parking options include a parking structure on West Clark Avenue, and surface parking off City Parkway and Promenade Place.
If you love music-inspired biographical shows, you may also enjoy Beautiful The Carol King Musical, also playing at Reynolds Hall at Smith Center Las Vegas.
Motown artists learned many of their moves and polish from charm school lessons provided by Motown Records.
Motown’s first No. 1 hit was “Please Mr. Postman” by the Marvelettes.
Motown’s Michael Jackson began performing with his brothers in the Jackson 5 when he was five years old.
Barry Gordy was a professional boxer before creating Motown with a loan from his father.
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