Cabaret Jazz unlike anything Vegas has seen

Beth Fisher

Cabaret Jazz unlike anything Vegas has seen

CREATED Nov. 6, 2012

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- If you've lived here for any lenth of time, you know the Smith Center makes Las Vegas a better place to live.  But you may not have heard about Cabaret Jazz

Just like the Smith Center itself, Cabaret Jazz is unlike anything this city has. It's an intimate venue perfect for performers who like to fill a smaller room. Most of them are internationally acclaimed including our own Clint Holmes. He is the resident artist, performing once a month.

President and CEO Myron G. Martin says, "Clint is amazing. We are so lucky to have him here in Las Vegas. And he changes his show every single month. So unlike the show that you saw on the strip, his guarantee to us is that if you come back in November and again in December, you're going to see a different show. It's hard for him, but great for audiences."

Cabaret Jazz audiences enjoy drinks and small bites during the performances. Tickets are affordable starting at just $40.

Martin says it's a little secret. "Only those in the know know about it. But once they come the first time, they tell all their friends. They want to come over and over again. I'm really kind of proud of Cabaret Jazz."

Right now, you can still walk up and get a ticket at the box office the night of the performance. But that won't last long. As word gets out, tickets will go quickly so you may want to make a reservation online.

For a list of performances, click here.