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Revamped "Name That Tune" Comes to Imperial Palace
Revamped "Name That Tune" Comes to Imperial Palace

 

Music enthusiasts soon will have a new option on the Strip.

“Name That Tune” makes its live debut at Imperial Palace beginning Thursday, August 18. An up-to-date, fast-paced version of the iconic daytime game show, Name That Tune Live! will give 100 participants per show the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes. With a live DJ, a musical catalog ranging from country to rock n’ roll to Broadway show tunes to Lady Gaga and a set by Emmy Award-winning designer Andy Walmsley, (“American Idol,” “So You Think You Can Dance,” and “The Sing Off,” among others), Name That Tune Live! will be an interactive experience.

Chris Phillips and Marley Taylor of Zowie Bowie will guide the contestants along a musical escapade, including many of the famous games and several new twists to the old format.

Produced by SPI Entertainment in association with Panacea Entertainment, Name That Tune Live! will run Wednesday through Monday, dark on Tuesdays, in the Human Nature Theatre at 3 p.m. There will be an additional 7:30 p.m. performance on Fridays. Tickets are $49.95 plus tax and applicable fees and can be purchased at the Imperial Palace box office, by calling 1-888-777-7664 or visiting www.imperialpalace.com. For group reservations of 12 or more, call 967-4799 or email jschneider1@caesars.com or darnson@caesars.com. Prices, show dates and times are subject to change without notice. Tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and cannot be combined with any other offer.

Created by Harry Salter, “Name That Tune” premiered on NBC Radio in 1952 and was followed by its prime time television premiere on NBC and CBS in 1953. After a four-year run and a 17-year hiatus, the show returned to NBC from 1974 – 1981, with Tom Kennedy and then Jim Lange as the hosts. The reincarnation of the show featured four rounds, including the famous “Golden Medley” round of guessing seven songs in less than 30 seconds. “Name That Tune” featured several famous singers through its run, including Kathie Lee Gifford and Steve March.

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