Men of the Strip heads to Tropicana in the spring

Tropicana Las Vegas has announced that Men of the Strip is set to launch this spring, with the adult-male revue heating up and taking it off in The Havana Room. “We are thrilled to welcome Men of the Strip to our all-new entertainment lineup at Tropicana Las Vegas,” said Aaron Rosenthal, VP and GM for Tropicana.

“This fresh and exciting show is just the tip of the iceberg of all the great additions coming to our entertainment platform. We can’t wait to see our guests and Marquee Rewards members enjoy the exciting new additions to our entertainment experience.”

Created by Emmy-nominated choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard, Men of the Strip plans to take sexy to a whole new level and will assemble the hottest male entertainers for the ultimate adult-entertainment experience.

Men of the Strip emerged in 2012 when Packard, Jeff Timmons and Mike “Money Mike” Foland joined forces to create a male revue unlike any other. Men of the Strip was a hit with a tour of 42 cities in 49 days that sold more than 50,000 tickets. Cameras followed Timmons and his co-stars on the tour to create a 2-hour docu-movie that was featured on E! Entertainment.

Timmons is known for founding and fronting 98 Degrees, who sold millions of records worldwide and had gold and platinum records in 27 countries, and Packard has worked with Michael Jackson, Pink, Usher and Park Theater at Monte Carlo headliner Ricky Martin.

Tickets go on sale next Monday at $49.99 for general admission, $59.99 for a table and $79.99 for a VIP table (excluding tax and fees). Tickets can be purchased at the Tropicana box office, by calling (800) 829-9034 and online at TropLV.com and Ticketmaster.com.

Men of the Strip joins other adult-male revues Chippendales at The Rio, Thunder From Down Under at Excalibur and Channing Tatum’s new “Magic Mike Live” at The Hard Rock Hotel on or near the Strip.

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