Penn & Teller
Type of Event
Starting from $84.30 (Plus Tax and Fees)
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday
(702) 777-2782 or (855) 234-7469 (Box Office)
Penn & Teller Theater
This Event is Child Friendly
- Penn & Teller Lobby Doors open at 7:30pm
- Theater Doors open at 8:00pm
Orders of 10 or more can contact the group sales department at (866) 574-3851 or send an emailBuy Tickets
Must be 5 Years of Age or older to attend show.
ABOUT THE PENN & TELLER VEGAS SHOW
Known for their outrageous blending of magic and comedy, Penn & Teller's Las Vegas show skewers traditional hat-and-rabbit magic tricks with provocative, hilarious and often amazing results. After becoming a smash on Broadway and touring the country, the dynamic duo continues their Las Vegas show, 26 years and counting.
Their live show combines amazing sleigh-of-hand, large-scale illusions, and classic sideshow routines. Known as the "Bad Boys of Magic" for supposedly revealing the secrets to their tricks, they may show you how it´s done, but they still leave you startled. The Los Angeles Times proclaimed it the “…the single best show in Vegas.”
The luxurious and spacious theater can seat 1,475 people, with balcony and mezzanine seating available. Plus, with high ceilings and massive theater space, this theater can rival any of the top performing arts centers in the world.
Penn & Teller have love for their fans, so make sure to stick around. After the show, they hold a meet-and-greet session outside the theater included with every ticket! The theater is located along Rio’s Convention Way, just past Starbucks and the spa.
ABOUT THE FAMED MAGICIANS PENN & TELLER
Together since 1975, Penn & Teller debuted in Las Vegas in 1993 and have been performing at the Rio since 2001. They are currently the longest-running headliners to play in the same Las Vegas hotel.
The two are winners of an Emmy, Obie, and Writer’s Guild Award and also have their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Their Showtime series, "Penn & Teller: BS!" was the network's longest-running series and was nominated for 16 Emmy awards. Their current show on TV “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” on The CW, has been credited with launching the careers of many new magicians. On top of all these accolades, Penn & Teller had three successful Broadway runs and three sold-out tours of England. Entertainment Weekly also included them on its "50 Funniest Comedians Alive" list.
Fun facts: Penn attended Ringling Bros, Barnum & Bailey Clown College. And contrary to Teller’s silence, he actually taught Latin class in high school. They've also played their animated selves twice on “The Simpsons.”
"The most intelligent show in Vegas, as these two -- magicians? illusionists? truth-tellers? BS artists? geniuses? -- put on 90 minutes of, yes, magic and juggling, but also acerbic comedy, mean stunts, and quiet beauty."
"Eccentric comic magicians Penn & Teller once seemed an unlikely fit for Las Vegas, but they're more popular now than when they came to town more than a decade ago. The two have spread into mainstream culture beyond the Strip, thanks to Penn (the big loud one to Teller's short mime) becoming a cable news pundit and Celebrity Apprentice contestant."