In the ever-shifting landscape of the Las Vegas Strip, where once kings and queens of the stage like the Beatles held sway, a different sort of royalty now commands the spotlight. The maestro of mystery, illusionist Shin Lim, is poised to weave his spellbinding net of wonder even after The Mirage—a beacon of entertainment—extinguishes its lights for the last time on July 17.

Lim, the two-time victor of “America’s Got Talent,” a virtuoso who deftly plucked accolades and gasps of awe over 800 times before nearly a million souls within the hallowed walls of The Mirage, is set to transcend his own legacy with the move of his “Limitless” show to the grandeur of the Palazzo Theatre at The Venetian. When October paints the town with the hues of fall, the curtains will part, revealing a transformed realm of magic—new stage, new setting, a resplendent alchemy of color and craft.

Tickets for the transcendent experience that is “Limitless” at The Venetian will grace the online realm at the day following his final bow at The Mirage Theater on July 14.

Eager to embrace this fresh chapter, Lim expressed a palpable fervor, “We’re honored to move ‘Limitless’ to the larger and newly renovated the Palazzo Theatre and to have an opportunity to build a new set after so many amazing years getting to entertain fans at The Mirage,” a sentiment suffused with both nostalgia and the burning anticipation for the future.

Before Lim’s ascent, the theater’s limelight once danced to the antics of a different “AGT” laureate, ventriloquist Terry Fator. Yet as Fator’s star found new horizons, Lim, aged 32, ascended to the main stage, post his resounding triumph in Season 13 of “AGT” in 2018 and his encore on “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” in 2019, notching him as the lone two-time champion in the annals of the franchise.

“Shin Lim has been mesmerizing audiences in Las Vegas since 2019, and we cannot wait for our guests to experience the magic of ‘Limitless,’” proclaimed Patrick Nichols, president and CEO of The Venetian. “‘Limitless’ fills out the entertainment programming in our four theatres creating the most diverse entertainment under one roof on the Las Vegas Strip.”

The stage at The Palazzo Theatre, a coliseum that heralds 5,000 seats, has known the echoes of “Jersey Boys” from its opening in 2008, carrying their harmonies until 2011 before the notes found a reprieve at Paris Las Vegas until 2016. Now, it waits, in hushed expectation, for the silent symphony of Shin Lim’s illusions to enchant yet again, as the City of Lights continues to evolve its storied tableau of showmanship.

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