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Katy Perry plays Mandalay Bay

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Katy Perry brings her Teenage Dream to the Mandalay Bay Events Center on November 19, 2011. Tickets range from $55.55 to $87.65.

Katy Perry captured a huge audience with her 2008 single "I Kissed a Girl", sparking the interest of curious gals and libido driven men all across the board. Her debut CD One of the Boys skyrocketed her fame with other successful singles like "Hot N Cold", "Thinking of You" (there was another version of this song before Katy released One of the Boys that can be found on YouTube) and of course paying homage to our home town, "Waking Up in Vegas". As critics and fans alike anxiously stood by to see if she could do it again and not have a fifteen minute career, she released her sophomore album Teenage Dream with her first single "California Gurls" in 2010 to much success. Following up with "Teenage Dream", "Firework", "ET", and "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.), she has definitely proven she has staying power, coming back the second go round even more powerful than she did the first time! Learn more about this amazing woman by visiting her website.

This is certain to be a concert that people will be lining up for, so I would suggest securing your tickets as soon as possible. Seeing Katy in concert is sure to be a treat, especially if you've witnessed a few of her performances on TV specials. She is definitely a talented and natural born entertainer that will not let her adoring fans down!

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