Three of Las Vegas’ Best Meet and Greets


By Heather Turk

There’s nothing better than seeing your favorite act performing live in the Entertainment Capital of the World—unless, of course, you get to meet them before or after the show. Many of Las Vegas’ top headliners hold meet and greets with fans, giving ticket holders the chance to briefly rub shoulders with their favorite performers. While each experience is unforgettable, these three meet and greet opportunities are some of Las Vegas’ best.


Priced at $149.99 per ticket plus fees, Boyz II Men’s VIP package includes premium seating to one of the Strip’s finest shows, a meet and greet with the chart-topping R&B group following their performance and a commemorative lanyard. Guests will be seated in the first five rows of the theater, increasing the chance of receiving a rose from one of the guys when they pass out long-stemmed red roses to select audience members while singing “I’ll Make Love to You.” Two complimentary wallet-sized photos with the group are also included in the package price, with the option of purchasing a larger photograph. Learn more here.


An experience unlike any other, Carrot Top offers a VIP meet and greet, which includes a personally signed 8-by-10-inch headshot and the chance to meet the legendary prop comic before his hit show, as an add-on to any ticket purchase for just $43.50 plus fees. The comedian will happily sign merchandise or ticket stubs and pose for photos, even taking photos with fans himself that he later uploads to his Facebook page. Guests will also receive a keepsake swag bag featuring such Carrot Top-branded goodies as a Frisbee and T-shirt. Find out more here.


For a truly magical experience, Penn & Teller host free meet and greets as ticket holders exit the theater every night after their show. A tradition for more than 40 years, Penn & Teller will sign merchandise and pose for photographs with fans (Teller on the left-hand side of the theater, Penn Jillette on the right-hand side just before you exit) until the last person has vacated the lobby. Guests can also snap a photo with Penn & Teller’s music director, Mike Jones, who plays the piano each night during the show. Get tickets here.

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