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As summer winds down, the high temps and pool parties continue here on the Ninth Island. Visitors to Ve- gas can expect warm weather typically through October. In addition to all of the fun in the sun is the continued list of growing entertainment.
Comedian Jeff Dunham will be performing at Caesars Pal- ace Sept. 26, Oct. 17 and Nov. 14; and actor/comedian Rob Schneider has scheduled two shows at Brad Garrett’s Com- edy Club Dec. 30.
ruary 2020. With an exciting, revamped routine in a brand- new theater, this Vegas show will definitely wow the audi- ence. See for show details.
While Allegiant Stadium is not currently requiring proof of vaccination, the Las Vegas Raiders organization is. This means that anyone attending a Raiders game must show proof of vaccination.
SEPTEMBER 15, 2021
   The ‘Magic’ Is Finally Back
      The Aces of Comedy lineup at the Mirage Hotel and Casi- no has several funny favorites such as Nikki Glaser, who will be performing Sept. 17; Jess Hilarious and Chico Bean perform together Sept. 18; and Tosh.0’s Daniel Tosh wraps up the series Sept. 24-25.
Boyd Gaming’s Main Street Station opened its doors to the public Sept. 8 after being closed since March of 2020. We cannot wait to get back there and hit up Triple 7s!
Magic Mike Live! is also one of several shows here in Las Vegas that is requiring proof of vaccination or a neg- ative COVID-19 test for entry into the theater. Vegas business- es have been informed that it is up to them to determine their own safety policies. While masks are currently mandated for all indoor public places in Clark County, businesses that require all guests to show proof of vaccination can allow cus- tomers to remove their masks.
If you’re planning a Vegas trip anytime soon, we recom- mend taking a little extra time to look into the COVID-19 safety policies for any busi- nesses and events that you want to add to your vacation agenda.
Mirage isn’t the only com- edy hot spot on The Strip.
Another long-awaited Las Vegas show, Magic Mike Live!, is returning to the stage at the Sahara Hotel and Casino (formerly SLS). The extremely popular show was previously at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino before it closed in Feb-
Ninth Island Connection airs at 7 p.m. Wednesdays on K5 and 2 p.m. Sundays on KGMB.
Cast members of Magic Mike Live! practice during a dress rehearsal. The show is now being staged at Sahara Hotel and Casino. KEVIN FITZPATRICK PHOTO

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