Another Day in Paradise

Saturday nights will never be the same inside the Royal Resort Hotel showroom. Brian Hoffman’s Tribute to Red Skelton adding a 9pm show on Saturdays beginning May 29th, 2010.

Online PR News – 28-April-2010 – – What could be better than a day in Paradise? Two days in Paradise. That’s what’s happening beginning May 29th 2010. Brian Hoffman’s Remembering Red – A Tribute to Red Skelton will be adding a 9pm Saturday show to his schedule.

Whether you realize it or not, most of the Las Vegas strip is located in the city of Paradise NV. Just off of Paradise Road is Convention Center Drive. That’s where you will find the Royal Resort with several shows that are considered family friendly entertainment.

Before there was American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, Last Comic Standing and Survivor, there was an American comedian who starred in several motion pictures and survived an amazing 20 years on TV. That man’s name was Red Skelton.

In Red’s 20 years on television, his show was always ranked in the top 20 and most of the time The Red Skelton Show was in the top 12. To this day he still holds the record for the longest running variety show in television history.

When Brian Hoffman’s Tribute to Red Skelton started in December of 2009, only two shows were scheduled. Both shows were a huge success with Brian performing to a packed house. Remembering Red – A Tribute to Red Skelton was now in negotiations for future shows.

Mondays at 2pm became the show time for “America’s favorite clown”. Brian’s tribute to Red Skelton has people laughing so hard they cry. He has Mr Skelton down to a “T” including the voice, mannerisms and the delivery of the jokes.

With fans wanting more, Brian has now secured a Saturday night 9 o’clock time slot starting May 29th 2010. Now Red Skelton fans that work during the day or are only visiting Vegas on the weekends can enjoy a great family friendly comedy show.

The Royal Resort Hotel, located at 99 Convention Center Drive, has one of the smaller show rooms in town. Seating is very limited, with a capacity of less than 75 seats, this means the best way to secure your spot at the show is to reserve in advance.

Reservations can be easily made by calling 1-800-595-4849 or visiting the official site for Remembering Red – A Tribute to Red Skelton