Cher extends Vegas shows

“Believe!” Cher extends her Las Vegas engagement. Photo by Andrew Macpherson.

Cher has been performing her Classic Cher performances in Vegas since February and has just released dates for an extended stay through November.

Earlier this year, she launched her engagement of Classic Cher, a celebration of her phenomenal 50-year career, at the new Park Theater at Monte Carlo. The Oscar, Grammy and Emmy award-winning superstar showcases her stunning talents as one of the world’s greatest entertainers when she takes the stage inside the packed theater to thunderous applause from more than 5,000 fans.

Each night, Cher showcases 11 extravagant, eye-popping costumes designed by the legendary Bob Mackie as only Cher can.

Performances like only Cher can do. Photo by Andrew Macpherson.

Cher kicks off the show with a stellar performance of the anthemic Woman’s World, followed by a dance down memory lane with a string of her Top 10 hits including If I Could Turn Back Time, Strong Enough, The Beat Goes On, I Got You Babe and I Found Someone.

Featuring a state-of-the-art production and a troupe of 10 dancers, the show left the audience breathless. Cher delivered a humorous monologue, shared stories of her life and there were many more show-stopping moments. The show includes a moving video duet with the late Sonny Bono.

Performing her smash hit, “Half-Breed.” Photo by Andrew Macpherson.

Cher says she is touched by the standing ovations she continuously receives from the enthusiastic crowds throughout various performances. Each show culminates a powerful encore of Believe.

For upcoming 2017 performance dates, to purchase tickets or more information, please visit

Park Theater is the first step in the recently announced reimagination of Monte Carlo. The transformation, taking place over the next two years, will include two distinct hotel experiences – a Las Vegas version of the Sydell Group’s famed NoMad Hotel and the launch of a new luxury hotel named Park MGM.

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