Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Jersey Boys enjoyed a wonderful run at the Palazzo for four years, carrying over its major Broadway success to Las Vegas. The show’s runaway success has continued without missing a beat after moving to The Paris Hotel and Casino, which is now the only place on the West Coast where you can experience the thrilling inside story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons as they shot up the charts during the birth of rock-n-roll. The jukebox musical will keep your toes tapping to the group’s biggest hits, such as “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Sherry,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” “Walk Like a Man” and “December 1963 (Oh, What a Night).”
Even if you’re not the biggest fan of the Four Seasons or the musical era they represent, you won’t be able to resist the show’s rags to riches storyline in which a group of small town Jersey locals with few prospects write their own songs and create a unique sound and become one of the biggest pop acts of all time on their way to selling 175 million records worldwide before any of them turned 30. Along with the feel-good success story and great music, the show also features strong language reflecting the band’s blue-collar Newark origins. Despite some rough around the edges elements, it’s the show’s feel-good ingredients that have turned it into a global phenomenon.
Each of the members of the Four Seasons get a chance to tell their side of the story, as the cast embodies their distinctive personalities and voices perfectly. By the end of the show, you’ll be inspired that the band managed to accomplish so much from such humble beginnings.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal staffers voted this Broadway carryover the “Best Show in Las Vegas” in 2009, while the Toronto Star called the production “a cheering, stomping, hats in the air triumph.” Strong language peppers the dialogue, so no children under 12 will be admitted.