Shin Lim’s Magic Reign Continues: From Mirage to Venetian This Fall


In a city known as a graveyard of fame, where the royalty of entertainment jostle for space on neon marquise, one star of the Las Vegas Strip outshines even legendary acts like the Beatles. Illusionist Shin Lim, the two-time America’s Got Talent (AGT) champion, will continue to enchant visitors with his spectacle of sorcery, long after the final curtain falls at The Mirage on July 17.

Shin, a youthful 32, has cast his captivating spell over nearly a million dazzled spectators in more than 800 performances at The Mirage. But he’s far from the final trick in his act. The spellbinding show “Limitless” will take its otherworldly delights to the Palazzo Theatre at The Venetian, reopening its doors sometime in October. The Mirage Theater will host its grand finale performance on July 14, and tickets for the Palazzo Theatre residency will be available the very next day.

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A palpable anticipation hangs in the air as audiences await the unveiling of Shin’s breathtaking illusions against the backdrop of the new set at Palazzo. With the extraordinary opportunity of performing at the larger and recently renovated theater, Shin expressed a deep sense of honor. “We’ve been hard at work on an all-new show, and we can’t wait to welcome fans this fall,” said the illusionist, promising a whole new world of wonderment for his admirers.

Shin’s rise to fame has been nothing short of astonishing. In 2020, he assumed the headlining spot at The Mirage Theater, replacing previous AGT champion, Terry Fator. Proving himself as the true luminary, Shin soared to new heights after clinching the victory in AGT’s Season 13 of 2018 and triumphed again in “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” a year later. He holds the unique privilege of being the only two-time champion in the television show’s history.

Venetian president and CEO Patrick Nichols voiced his excitement over Shin’s upcoming residency, voicing his certainty that the show will mesmerize their guests just as Shin has done since his Las Vegas debut in 2019. The Palazzo Theatre, a monument of entertainment that debuted in 2008 with the original run of “Jersey Boys,” holds an impressive 5,000 seats and heralds a new era of diverse and captivating entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip. It appears that even in the City of Lights, Shin Lim’s star promises to shine the brightest.