Mr. Las Vegas Reschedules Rare, Hudson Valley Performance
Wayne Newton's scheduled performance at Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center moved to 2024.
One of the most celebrated entertainers of all time, Wayne Newton remains one of the best-known entertainers in Las Vegas and has performed there since 1963. He first performed in Las Vegas as a teenager in the late 1950s, having been mentored by some of the nation's biggest artists including Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, and Elvis Presley.
Newton achieved headliner status in 1963 at the Flamingo in Vegas and soon became one of the city's most popular performers. The Washington Post described Wayne Newton as America's number one night club act" and at his peak being more prominent in Las Vegas than both Presley and Sinatra. Newton is the highest-grossing entertainer in Las Vegas history. He's best known for his signature song, 1963's "Danke Schoen", and he's appeared in a number of movies and television shows throughout his career.
Wayne Newton's Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center Show Rescheduled
Wayne Newton was set to perform at the 689-seat Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center in Chester, NY on Sept. 1 at 8 pm with the show is being billed as Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal. Unlike any show, Wayne Newton has done before! Stories told by one of the most celebrated entertainers of all time! The show has now been rescheduled.
Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center recently announced that due to unforeseen circumstances, Wayne Newton's scheduled show for Sept. 1 has been rescheduled for Feb. 29. All tickets purchased for the September 1st show will be honored for the rescheduled date. So unfortunately, fans will have to wait a little bit longer to see Mr. Las Vegas in the Hudson Valley. Get more info and purchase tickets here.
Among one of the memorable movie appearances from Wayne Newton, is his hilarious work in 1997's Vegas Vacation.