Joey Fatone joining ‘Rock of Ages’ in Vegas

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Since so many Chicagoans head to Las Vegas on a regular basis, it’s worth noting that TV host and entertainer and former N’ Sync boy band mainstay Joey Fatone will be joining the cast of the hit musical “Rock of Ages” in Vegas. Fatone will be the show’s first-ever celebrity guest star and will be joining the cast for a limited engagement as legendary Bourbon Room owner, Dennis Dupree.

It all kicks off Feb. 20 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. Tickets can be purchased by either contacting The Venetian’s box office, calling (866) 641-7469, or by going to RockOfAgesVegas.com.

Fatone said he’s “thrilled for the opportunity to party with the cast of ‘Rock of Ages’ in Las Vegas. I have been a big fan of ‘Rock of Ages’ since the beginning, and having the opportunity to make my return to the stage with this production starring as Dennis Dupree is going to be a rockin’ ride!”

Fatone made his Broadway debut as Mark Cohen in “Rent” in 2002, and also performed the role of Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors” in 2004.


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