Tony and Tina’s Wedding
Tony 'n Tinas Wedding Las vegas
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Genre: Dinner Shows

Location: CLOSED at Bally’s


This show has CLOSED.

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is the “#1 dinner show in the world” and the “Best Party in Vegas” for so many reasons! Accompanied by a delicious dinner by Buca di Beppo of Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmigiana (Eggplant Parmigiana for vegetarians) along with a Caesar salad, cheese bread and dessert, it’s a feast of fun, food and family.  Grab a VIP ticket and get unlimited wine, sangria and beer.

Vegas audiences have loved this show for over a decade. It’s a spontaneously wild show lets audiences really be part of the act. Who doesn’t love an Italian wedding with all the fixings like a delicious homestyle meal and those hilarious in-laws?!

Anthony Curtis’ Las Vegas Advisor calls it the “Mother of all interactive shows,” the New York Post dubs it a “A weird and wacky wedding to remember” and The New York Times described it as “Audaciously Imaginative,” and now you can experience it for yourself in Sin City.

Weddings can spark drama and comedy. When it’s not your wedding we’re talking about, then all the better for its entertainment value. If you enjoy sitting back to watch future in-laws bicker at each other without the stress of dealing with your real family, then this is the show for you.

You’ll go through a short wedding ceremony and immediately proceed to the reception, which is where the real fun begins. You can play a part if you like: pretend you’re a family member and interact with the cast or wedding party. They won’t break out of their roles, but you’re welcome to try to get them to speak out of character.

Just like a real wedding, you’ll be served a meal and drinks. Dinner is included in your admission price, along with a glass of champagne for the wedding toast. If you’d like additional beverages, a cash bar is available, which should put you in the mood for a little dancing later. So dust off your disco moves and get ready to cut a rug with the cast.

If you feel like it, dress as you would for a real wedding. If you don’t, the mother of the bride might have something to say about your wedding wardrobe, but nobody else will mind. You can interact with the cast as much as you want to. That means mingle, dance, and consume as though you were at a real family wedding. Or, you can just sit back and enjoy the show. It’s up to you to engage in Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding as much as you want to. You don’t have to do The Chicken Dance. But your gracious hosts, Tony and Tina, will be delighted if you do.

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