LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Las Vegas entertainment appears to be making a comeback just one day after the governor announced the easing of Nevada COVID-19 restrictions.
MGM Resorts announced on Friday that it's increasing the capacity for two of its shows and reopening two others.
Shortly after, The Strat confirmed with 13 Action News that the Michael Jackson tribute concert "MJ Live" will reopen soon as well.
On Thursday, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced a progressive timeline for the state's reopening, with current restrictions set to loosening for some businesses as early as Monday.
Below is a list of shows that have since announced they will change audience size or reopen again.
BRAD GARRETT'S COMEDY CLUB
Effective Monday, Feb. 15, Brad Garrett's Comedy Club at the MGM Grand will move back to its Studio A and capacity will go up from 50 to 100 people.
For now, the company says shows will continue in the BGCC Club in the Underground until Feb. 14. From Feb. 15 onward, shows will be in Studio A or B in the MGM Studio Walk near the Grand Garden.
For more information visit bradgarrettcomedy.com
CARROT TOP AND FANTASY
Carrot Top and "Fantasy," both at the Luxor will reopen on Friday, Feb. 19.
For more information on these shows visit luxor.mgmresorts.com.
"MJ Live" at The STRAT is scheduled to reopen on March 18 and run Thursdays through Sundays at 7 p.m.
As of Friday, no date was announced for when tickets will go on sale.
To check on ticket sales or learn more visit mjliveshow.com.
THUNDER FROM DOWN UNDER
"Thunder From Down Under" at Excalibur will increase their audience size from 50 to 100 people starting Monday, Feb. 15, as well.
For more information visit thunderfromdownunder.com.