Gordie Brown is celebrating “The True North strong and free” on Canada Day at The Golden Nugget Las Vegas with a very special deal for his fellow Canadians: free tickets during the month of July. Guests that present a valid Canadian ID to The Golden Nugget Las Vegas box office will receive a complimentary pair of tickets to the show.
“Although I am in Las Vegas, I am celebrating Canada Day in full force,” said Gordie. “My Canadian audiences have always been good to me and now, I’d like to do something special for them.”
Gordie was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. While working as a political cartoonist for the Ottawa Sunday Herald, his co-workers entered him in a talent contest in which he took first place. Having caught the entertainment bug, he moved to Las Vegas with nothing more than what could fit in a suitcase and the goal of working with fellow Canadians Paul Anka and Rich Little. The gamble paid off; in less than two years, Gordie was opening for both Anka and Little, as well as other stars including Jay Leno, Louie Anderson, Kenny Rogers, Randy Travis, Barry Manilow, and Jerry Seinfeld.
Gordie Brown’s headlining show at The Golden Nugget Las Vegas combines energetic live music, comedy, and Gordie’s signature impressions in a show that has earned him several accolades, including “Entertainer of the Year,” “Best Comedian,” and “Best Entertainer.”
Gordie Brown performs Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday (dark July 4-12) in the state-of-the-art Gordie Brown Showroom at The Golden Nugget Las Vegas. For complimentary tickets to the show during the month of July, guests must present a valid, government-issued Canadian Driver’s License of Passport to The Golden Nugget Las Vegas box office. Tickets to the show can be purchased at www.goldennugget.com or by calling (866) 946-5336.