Wayne Newton has been performing since he was 6 years old. He turned 74 last Sunday -- and he's not even close to calling it quits.
Tickets go on sale Thursday.
In the new show, "Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal," Newton does more than sing.
In addition to performing hits such as "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast," "Danke Schoen" and "Red Roses for a Blue Lady," Newton also will play guitar and piano -- and take questions from the audience about his life and career.
On Wednesday, Newton helped launch Las Vegas' new T-Mobile Arena during an opening concert that included the Killers and Shamir.
His last extended run on the Strip was a 2010 gig at the Tropicana. Before that, Newton's name was on the marquee of the now-defunct Stardust, where he performed from 2000-05.
Newton has performed more than 30,000 shows in Sin City, a news release says.
Tickets to "Up Close and Personal" start at $75, with a VIP package that includes a meet-and-greet priced at $150. You can buy tickets online or by calling (702) 777-2782.