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Phantom Las Vegas

To purchase tickets

Phones: 702-414-SHOW (7469)

866-641-SHOW (7469)


For Groups of 15+: 866-633-0195

Performance schedule

For performances to 23rd June (preview period)

Monday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday 7pm

Wednesday and Saturday 7pm and 10pm

Tuesday Dark / No Show

Exceptions during previews:

Friday 23rd June – additional performance at 10pm

For performances after 24th June (10 shows per week)

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 7pm & 10pm

Thursday and Sunday 7pm

Tuesday Dark / No Show

There are no tickets available for the Saturday, 24th June Gala Performance

Please note: performance schedule may vary on occasion, please contact box office or check online for your specific performance choice.

Prices / ticketing

How many seating sections / price levels are there?

$75 + service charge
$100 + service charge
$125 + service charge
We also have limited VIP Seating available for $150 + service charge

How far in advance can I buy a ticket?

Single tickets are currently on sale for performances through 4th September, 2006. Once performances begin, guests may purchase tickets 90 days in advance.

What is Group Sales?

If you want to buy 15 or more tickets for one performance, then you qualify as a Group. Groups can buy tickets up to a year in advance, may be qualified for discounts, and enjoy payment plans.

Who can I contact for Group Sales?

Call toll-free 1-866-633-0195, or email

The Story

Based on the classic novel Le Fantome de l’Opera by Gaston Leroux, the musical tells the story of a masked figure who lurks beneath the catacombs of the Paris Opera House, exercising a reign of terror over all who inhabit it. He falls madly in love with an innocent young soprano, Christine, and devotes himself to creating a new star by nurturing her extraordinary talents and by employing all of the devious methods at his command.

The original production of The Phantom of the Opera premiered in London in 1986, opened in New York on Broadway in 1988, and has been seen in over 119 cities worldwide. The Phantom of the Opera is the longest-running show in Broadway history.

The Las Vegas production

Is this production of Phantom different from what I have seen in New York or in my hometown?

Yes – Andrew Lloyd Webber and Hal Prince have revisited the show to create an all-new production, while maintaining the beloved original storyline and songs. Phantom at The Venetian features a new physical production with effects and enhancements made possible by modern-day technology, a custom-built theatre, and a team led by many of the original creators. This production promises surprises that will amaze and delight audiences, from first time guests to longtime Phantom fans.

How will Phantom at the Venetian differ from the original production?

There are a number of additions and enhancements in this production, including:

  • Enhancement and modernisation of illusions throughout the show – the producers have enlisted Jim Steinmeyer, who has worked with David Copperfield, to help develop some of these illusions.
  • Expansion of Maria Bjornson’s original set designs, including more elaborate operas within the show, and the grandest setting yet for the Phantom’s lair.
  • It will be performed in a custom-built theatre, designed by David Rockwell, that expands the environment of the Paris Opera House into the audience (please see Theatre section below for more information).
  • Use of sophisticated pyrotechnic effects on stage and throughout the house.
  • Use of several stunt men for exciting physical moments on stage.
  • The largest cast of any production of Phantom in the US.
  • An amazing chandelier experience unlike anything seen anywhere else in the world!

What have they cut?

This production is about 95 minutes long. Beyond the 20-minute intermission you have in other productions and the entr’acte, much of what has been revisited is the length of some transitional scenes and dance moments. Andrew Lloyd Webber and Hal Price worked to insure the Phantom experience would not be affected by this shorter run time.

Have they cut any of the songs?

No – all of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s timeless songs remain in this production. Some transitional musical moments have been adjusted by Andrew Lloyd Webber, and since there is no intermission, there is no second act overture / entr’acte.

Who is the Director?

Harold (Hal) Prince, the show’s original Director, is directing the Las Vegas production as well. Mr. Prince is the winner of 20 Tony Awards, more than anyone else in history.

What is the running time?
95 minutes, no intermission.

Is there a live orchestra?
Yes – there will be an orchestra of 19 playing for all performances.


Please visit the official show website at and check the “News” section for a complete list of all 40 cast members.

The theatre

The Venetian is constructing a brand-new theatre specifically for this production of Phantom.

The theatre is designed by David Rockwell, one of the most renowned and celebrated designers working today. His work includes the Kodak Theatre in LA (home of the Academy Awards), plus many restaurants and nightclubs in New York , LA and Las Vegas.

The theatre itself will transport you to the Paris Opera House – with detail, design and action surrounding audiences – creating a Phantom experience like no other.


What is the dress code?
Phantom audiences are asked to adhere to the attire guidelines of The Venetian.

For what ages is Phantom appropriate?
Phantom has a few scary moments and effects that might startle younger viewers. There is no foul language or nudity. While parents should make the individual decision for their own child, we suggest more careful consideration in bringing children under 10.

Every person must have a ticket to enter the theatre, regardless of age. Children under the age of five are not permitted.

Is there an official website?
Yes – please visit, and sign up to receive news and updates about the production.

Questions abo9ut the Venetian resort ● hotel ● casino

How do I reserve a room at The Venetian?

To reserve a suite at The Venetian please visit their website at or call 877-883-6423 (5am – 1am PST).

Is parking available at The Venetian?

Complimentary parking is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Guests and visitors may park in the parking garage which is attached to the hotel. Valet parking is also available.

Is transportation available between the Las Vegas airport (McCarran Airport) and The Venetian?

The Venetian does not offer shuttle services to and from the airport. However, there are shuttles and taxis provided by outside companies available 24 hours a day.

Options include:

  • Shuttles – Please be advised that shuttles make several stops along the Strip based on their guests’ requests. Reservations are required in advance, or you may purchase a voucher at the airport. CLS Transportation (702-740-4545) is one option and estimates a cost of $4.75 between the airport and hotels on the Strip.
  • Taxis – Taxis are typically $20-$25 depending on traffic. Taxis are available 24 hours a day at the airport, and the trip between McCarran and The Venetian is approximately 15 minutes. Advance reservations cannot be made for taxis.
  • Limousine or Sedan – The Venetian is able to arrange for a Limousine or Sedan for your arrival, departure or any other place of interest. Through the Concierge, runs are based on a one-hour minimum. Rates begin at $40 for a Sedan (one-three peoplel), or $60 for a stretch limo (four-eight people). Super stretch limos (eight-ten peoplel) begin at $80 per hour. There is an additional $5 tax for booking from the airport. A credit card is required to book any run and it must also be presented to the driver at the end of the service unless you decide to pay cash. Please contact the Concierge Staff at The Venetian for additional information.

What are dining options at The Venetian for before or after the show?

The Venetian has 18 restaurants within the hotel, 12 of which are considered “Fine Dining”.  This is in addition to two separate food courts which offer many different types of cuisine. They also offer 24-hour casual dining at the café located off of the casino floor.  Many of the restaurants open early enough and stay open late enough that our guests may dine before or after their shows.  A complete list of on-site restaurants can be found at

Posted on: 2nd May 2006

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