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$40 -- An Evening with Johnny Cash & Elvis, Reg. $63*

$40 -- An Evening with Johnny Cash & Elvis, Reg. $63$40 -- An Evening with Johnny Cash & Elvis, Reg. $63$40 -- An Evening with Johnny Cash & Elvis, Reg. $63
By Caroline Eber

In "Million Dollar Quartet," Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins gather at Sun Records and record what would become one of the greatest jam sessions ever. Tickets are now up to 35% off for the show Robin Leach praised for its "sensational singing, magnificent music, artful acting, stunning story."

Choose from the following price levels at Harrah's Showroom in Las Vegas through Dec. 30:

  • Price Level 2 seats … $40 (reg. $62.70)
  • Price Level 1 seats … $60 (reg. $86.90)

The musical features a collection of rock 'n' roll classics, including "Blue Suede Shoes," "Fever," "Great Balls of Fire," "Walk the Line," "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On," "Folsom Prison Blues" and "Hound Dog." It received three 2010 Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical.

Book by Dec. 1.
 

How to book

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Click here to book online at 'Million Dollar Quartet'
  1. Select the performance of your choice from the calendar.
  2. In the Offer Code box, enter code TZOO2 and click the check mark.
  3. Use the map to select your seats, then click "Buy Tickets."
  4. Complete the security check and click "Continue," then review order and click "Continue" again.
  5. Select a delivery method and click "Continue."
  6. Create an account or log in to book.

 

Fees: Additional fees of $5.50-$8.50 per order and $4.61 per order will apply.

*Terms/Conditions:
Additional fees of $5.50-$8.50 per ticket and $4.61 per order will apply. Fees are determined by the venue and ticketing agent and not by Travelzoo. Restrictions may apply.

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  • When
    Through Dec. 30
  • Where
    Harrah's Showroom at Harrah's Las Vegas
  • Savings
    Up to 35%
  • Why We Like It
    Robin Leach says the show has audiences "shaking, grooving" and dancing in their seats.