Where: Liberace Plaza
1775 E. Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday
Noon to 4 p.m. Sunday
Admission: Discounted admission prices are $10 for adults and $8 for seniors 65 and older and students with a valid school ID. Children age 12 and under are admitted free of charge when accompanied by an adult.
Admission includes an optional complimentary one-hour guided tour 11 a.m. or 2 p.m. Monday – Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.
Contact: Phone: 702.798.5595
Movies at the Museum
12:30 p.m. Mondays and Fridays
Tickets are $12 for lunch and movie
Guests may visit the Cabaret Showroom at The Museum for a screening of one of Liberace’s movies and lunch from the Liberace Café. For $12, guests may enjoy the “Movie at the Museum” lunch special which includes the designated movie for the day, a sandwich, chips, drink and dessert. Guests may enjoy the movie and a snack for $7 or the movie alone for $5. To schedule, call 702.798.5595, ext. 114.
Liberace and Me
1 p.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays
Tickets are $17.50
The Cabaret at The Liberace Museum Presents “Liberace and Me,” starring Philip Fortenberry. Guests may enjoy Philip Fortenberry, an extraordinary artist and renowned pianist, improvisational composer and cast member of “Jersey Boys,” as he performs his intimate acoustic cabaret-style piano performance, “Liberace and Me,” at the glittering Liberace Museum with performances three days a week. Fortenberry entertains with his versatile styles that encompass a wide range of musical genres.
Ali Spuck “Here I Am”
1 p.m. Wednesdays
Tickets are $15
A Los Angeles Ovation-nominated singer and actress, Ali Spuck takes guests on a journey of music and comedy inspired by her experiences, family and friends. Audiences will be entranced and delighted by her gregarious spirit. Song selections include classic Broadway, new contemporary cabaret hits and the romantic Gershwin songs from the Golden Age of music.
1 p.m. Thursdays
Tickets are $15
Valeri Glava received an intense education in music, specializing in the violin and received his degree as a “Violin Soloist.” By the age of 25, he was a professor at the Institute of Art in Chisinau, Moldova and traveled the world performing in concert and as conductor and soloist in various orchestras. As a master violinist, Glava has received such honors as “Entertainer of the Year,” “Best New Show” and “Instrumentalist of the Year.” The energy and charisma of Glava’s style draws from his worldwide repertoire of music.
Kristofer McNeeley: “Holding the Space”
2:30 p.m. Sundays
Tickets are $15
Kristofer McNeeley of the Las Vegas Strip’s hit show, Jersey Boys, will perform weekly at the Liberace Museum in a solo show entitled “Holding the Space.” The 45-minute acoustic guitar and piano set will include his interpretations of material by some of the great singers and songwriters of the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s to include Elton John, Billy Joel, John Denver, Phil Collins, Burt Bacharach and Fleetwood Mac among others. Listeners can enjoy an afternoon of mellow, relaxing, meditative musical reflection and an intimate look into McNeeley’s journey as an artist and the music that has shaped his work as a composer.
The Liberace Museum offers complimentary shuttle service to and from several Las Vegas Strip hotels daily. Participating hotels include Bally’s, Bellagio, Treasure Island, The Mirage, Flamingo and Excalibur. A full shuttle schedule is available online.
The Liberace Foundation & Museum offers annual memberships which include unlimited admission to The Liberace Museum for one year and a 20-percent discount on purchases at the gift shop and café. To purchase a membership, please visit www.liberace.org or call 702.798.5595.
About the Liberace Foundation & Museum:
Founded April 15, 1979, The Liberace Museum is a tribute to the great legendary entertainer and pianist Liberace. The Liberace Museum houses his collections of rare and antique pianos, classic cars, famous sequined and bejeweled costume wardrobes, glittering stage jewelry, rare antiques and other treasures and memorabilia. The Cabaret Showroom at the Liberace Museum serves as a showcase for Liberace’s famous nine-foot mirrored Baldwin grand piano, where several famous Strip performers entertain intimate audiences.
The Liberace Museum is a non-profit organization that supports the mission of The Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts which has funded scholarships since 1976. The scholarship program has provided nearly $6 million in scholarships, touching the lives of more than 2,700 students from 120 of the nation’s premier institutions. For more information, to make a donation and to become a supporter of the Liberace Foundation, call 702.798.5595, visit the Web site at www.liberace.org