3555 Las Vegas Blvd South
Located a bit north of the southeast corner of Flamingo Rd. and Las Vegas Blvd. between Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall and the Imperial Palace is perhaps the most storied hotel casino on the Strip, the Flamingo. While most visit this famous (and infamous) Vegas staple for the great atmosphere, exciting gaming, and prices well below average by Strip standards, a number of tourists and locals have discovered the gritty and hilarious comedy of George Wallace, now in his fifth year at the Flamingo.
George Wallace takes a fresh comedic approach making commentary on a range of non-offensive and unpolarizing subjects like food, shopping at IKEA, gifts and other seemingly mundane subjects with a touch of irony and a completely out of the box perspective audiences find knee-slapping and side-splitting. George Wallace started his comedic career in 1977 at a Manhattan comedy club and since has been around the country, delighting fans for nearly four decades now. Still as sharp as ever Wallace new home is Las Vegas and if guests at his show have anything to say about it he will be doing this for decades to come.
It’s not just a set act repeated each night, Wallace really displays his quick wit and extreme talent, interacting with guests and commenting on seemingly whatever comes to mind. You never know what direction he’s going to go, you do know it is going to be funny though.