Flying Karamazov Brothers join the Carnevale at the Venetian

The Flying Karamazov Brothers bring their act to the Venetian this summer.
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You can expect the unexpected this year at the Venetian and Palazzo’s Italian summer festival, Carnevale, thanks to the Flying Karamozov Brothers’ 4 Play. The show will feature the group’s vaudevillian comedy and juggling spectacle in the 742-seat Venetian Showroom starting July 19 through July 21 and July 26 through July 28.

The zany act is filled with juggling feats, comedy and wild theatrics that have taken them from Broadway to the big screen. The Flying Karamozov Brothers began over 30 years ago and have been featured on shows like Seinfeld, Ellen and The Tonight Show. They’ve also shared the stage and screen with Frank Sinatra, Robin Williams, The Who and many more.

“The Flying Karamazov Brothers are a very unique, fun and cool show," says Chris Yancey, executive director of entertainment at Venetian and Palazzo. "We're really excited that they're able to join us during the Carnevale summer celebration."

The audience should be excited, too. Audience members will be invited to participate in the shows by bringing any object less than 10 pounds to the show to put these juggling experts to the test.

Tickets are on sale now for $44.50, $59.50, and $74.50 at any Venetian | Palazzo Box office, online at venetian.com or by phone at 702.414.9000.

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