Live Hollywood-Style Entertainment
Hollywood Casino proudly presents The Event Center, where you can experience first-class entertainment up close and personal.
Must be 21 to attend all shows.
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Friday, September 23 at 9pm | BUY TICKETS | Must be 21
This show has been rescheduled from Friday, July 29 to Friday, September 23.
Known as the resident prank caller and co-host of The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Tommy “Nephew Tommy” Miles is a fresh, take-no-prisoners comedian. He recorded a one-hour comedy special at the famed Motor City Casino in Detroit and has made appearances on BET’s “Comic View.” Nephew Tommy has also appeared in movies like “Baggage Claim,” “Think Like A Man” and this October you can see him in Tyler Perry’s “Madea’s Halloween.” Plus, local comedian Teddy Carpenter and host Chris Thomas will be performing!
Saturday, September 24 at 8pm | BUY TICKETS | Must be 21
Country star Trace Adkins’ trademark baritone has powered countless hits to the top of the charts including songs like “Ladies Love Country Boys”, “You’re Gonna Miss This” and “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk.” Since his Platinum debut 20 years ago, Adkins has sold over 10 million albums, been inducted into the Grand Ole Opry and has won five ACM and CMT awards.
Saturday, October 1 at 8pm | BUY TICKETS | Must be 21
Legendary blues guitarist/singer Buddy Guy is known for his high-voltage guitar playing and raw, blistering vocals. Over a six-decade career as a bluesman, Guy has released nearly 20 studio albums and has been ranked by Rolling Stone as one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. The five-time Grammy Award winner was an inspiration to Jimi Hendrix and has worked with everyone from Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf to Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Friday, October 21 at 9pm | BUY TICKETS | Must be 21
Comedy club and NBC regular, Chris D’Elia has cemented his status as a sought-after act in the comedy world. You know him from NBC’s “Whitney” and “Undateable,” as well as his own standup specials on Netflix and Comedy Central. Now see him up close and personal at the Hollywood Event Center.
Friday, October 28 at 9pm | BUY TICKETS | Must be 21
One of the most popular and successful female R&B singers of the ‘90s, Toni Braxton has sung her way into the hearts of millions, worldwide. For nearly three decades, the seven-time Grammy Award winner has sold over 67 million records, which produced hit singles, such as “Un-Break My Heart,” “You’re Makin’ Me High” and “He Wasn’t Man Enough.”
Saturday, November 12 at 8pm | BUY TICKETS | Must be 21
For nearly five decades, legendary music icons THREE DOG NIGHT have had hit after hit woven into the fabric of pop culture. With 21 consecutive Top-40 hits, including “Mama Told Me (Not To Come),” “Joy to The World” and “Black And White,” Three Dog Night remains one of the most popular and prolific rock bands in history. The Grammy nominees continue to record new music and tour because as their hit song says, “The Show Must Go On.” So come and “Celebrate” with the ultimate band.
Saturday, November 26 at 8pm & 10:30pm | BUY TICKETS | Must be 21
You know Emmy-award winning comedian Jay Leno as the long time host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show” for over two decades and as an ever-traveling comedian, who performs over 100 shows every year. His “everyman”-style persona and topical humor have helped him earn millions of fans worldwide. Currently, you can catch him on CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage.”
Friday, December 30 at 8pm | BUY TICKETS | Must Be 21
On the stage, Frank’s high energy act is a blend of observations, impressions, characters and anecdotal stories that build to a frenetic pace. He is known for “dead on” impressions of famous actors (like Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Robert DeNiro), politicians (George W. Bush and Bill Clinton) and broadcasters (John Madden, David Letterman, Jay Leno and Jim Rome).“