Thursday, February 19, 2015

Dueling Pianos VooDoo Harrahs February 20th, 2015 by KCMB News Kansas City

Friday night, February 20th, Harrah's VooDoo Lounge in Kansas City will feature Dueling Pianos. The concert will feature complimentary drinks and live entertainment. Known for hosting a number of wonderful events, The VooDoo Lounge at Harrah's in North Kansas City has a nice list of National and local Kansas City bands that perform on weekends along with some great Kansas City DJs. The dance floor is usually kicking every weekend at The VooDoo Harrah's and this Friday night will be no exception.

The doors will open at 6:30pm for VIP members who have made advanced reservations, and then the show starts at 8pm. Drinks are complimentary for VIP members of Harrah's Total Rewards members and their guests.

What Are Dueling Pianos?

The flow of a Dueling Pianos show is a little different than that of a live band in that the crowd is encouraged to make requests of the dueling piano players. Audience members typically make requests by filling out little slips of paper or sticky notes typically provided by the venue or the dueling piano players themselves. Generally, in a dueling piano environment, a tip is expected with each request. Obviously, the bigger the tip, the more likely your song is to get played. For example, a decent tip is at least $5 minimum, and a good tip would be $20. Most dueling pianos performers will charge $20 or more to get an audience member on stage, say, if it's their birthday etc.

This Friday night, February 20th, 2015 at VooDoo Lounge Harrah's North Kansas City, the audience will get a chance to watch these guys in action, and join in the fun. See you there, and if you get there first save us a seat!

dueling pianos voodoo harrahs february 20th, 2015 by KCMB Kansas City News, official kc news site with breaking stories on The Kansas City Royals, Chiefs, charity events, the 2012 MLB All Star Game, weather, sports, MU, KU, ufo sightings, dui checkpoints, Kansas City neighborhoods, nightlife, concerts, the Sprint Center, the Power and Light District and current Kansas City news articles.

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