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The Tom Green Show celebrates grand opening at Bally's - Las Vegas

10 November 2017

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Comedian Tom Green celebrated the grand opening of The Tom Green Show in the Back Room at Bally's - Las Vegas Wednesday evening. Several local celebrities came out to the show and had fun posing for photos on a replica of the original Tom Green Show television show set. Those in attendance included Anthony Cools, The Australian Bee Gees, cast members from BAZ, The Bronx Wanderers, Carrot Top, "Defending the Caveman" star Kevin Burke, Gerry McCambridge, Gordie Brown, Mike Hammer, The Miss Behave Gameshow, Ricardo Laguna, Tenors of Rock and Zowie Bowie's Chris Phillips.

Tom Green gained international acclaim with his anything-goes film roles, his trailblazing internet ventures and his innovative, willfully off-the-wall live comedy gigs around the globe.

Sharp, funny and provocative in concert, Tom breaks new ground in his unique insights into the way technology has changed us all. Tom hits a comic chord with his audience through his cynical observations, and through his fine-tuned rants on the etiquette and evolutionary dangers of texting, the pitfalls of Facebook, the death of privacy and the slippery slope of digital camera convenience.

Tom pays homage to his comedic roots as he picks up the satirical, profane torch once borne by Bill Hicks, and updates the cynically nutty view of society that fueled George Carlin's classic routines.

Tom leavens his occasional explosions of righteous anger with wistful recollections of simpler times as a kid growing up in suburbia during the last days of the Cold War. As frenetic as Tom can be, his genial, impish side continues to pop in and out during his set ensuring the crowd is on his side. And, he delights in improvisational, absurd interaction with his audience.

Tom has honed his material on national and international tours. His fans have come to see him as someone who has moved beyond his movie and video persona while remaining true to the hilarity and anarchy that first brought him fame. And it comes as no surprise that those fans have stuck with their comedic hero as he wins new admirers.

In his Vegas edition, Tom incorporates video, music and special guests. Come and see as the curtain goes up for this comedy original and all-around nice guy. Shows are Sunday at 8 p.m. and midnight, and Monday through Wednesday at 10 p.m. Tickets are $39, $59 and $79, with a meet-and-greet package available for $99, plus applicable tax and fees. To purchase tickets and for additional information, please visit Tom Green's website.

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