Vegas World packs ’em in

Entertainment has been a draw at casinos for a very long time. In the 1980s, many Las Vegas competed to get not the most lavish headliners, but the least expensive ticket prices. Bob Stupak’s Vegas World might have won the battle when it featured two soundalike extravaganzas  “Reflections of Sinatra” and “Memories of Elvis” with ticket prices starting at less than five dollars in the late 1980s.

Read more about casino entertainment in Roll the Bones: The History of Gambling

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