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Late night fans can see three of their favorite hosts at once in Sin City this month.
Strike Force Five podcast co-hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel announced they’re heading to Las Vegas for one-night-only show on Sept. 23 at the Dolby Live at Park MGM. Billed as Strike Force Three, tickets for the live podcast show go on sale to the general public at Ticketmaster on Friday at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, and Live Nation will hold a pre-sale starting Thursday (Sept. 14) at 10 a.m. PT.
Just as with their Spotify podcast earnings, proceeds from the event will support their late night staffs who are out of work due to the writers strike.
Tickets will be delivered via Ticketmaster’s SafeTix mobile tickets 72 hours before the event time, so your phone will be required for entry. For those who miss the Strike Force Three podcast show pre-sale and general sale, it’s worth checking availability on third-party resale sites including VividSeats, SeatGeek, StubHub, Ticket Liquidator and Ticket Network (where many sold-out Taylor Swift and even early Olivia Rodrigo tickets have ended up.)
Fellow podcast hosts Seth Meyers and John Oliver will not be part of the show. In a press release, Oliver joked, “I’m not allowed back in Vegas until I’m cleared of all charges,” while Meyers explained, “I WILL be in Vegas but unable to attend as I gotta play my slots.”
Per Ticketmaster, attendees must be 16 and over and the use of cellphones, cameras, smart watches and other recording devices will not be permitted. Park MGM’s website (including for Dolby Live) was unavailable as of press time, but the latest archived version of the webpage notes that “no bags or backpacks will be permitted into the venue except for small personal bags or purses (12″ x 12″ x 6″ max).”
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