Matt Goss celebrates 10 years as a Las Vegas headliner and receives two Humanitarian Awards

Last night, hit entertainer and beloved showman Matt Goss celebrated his 10-year anniversary as a Las Vegas Strip headliner with a special performance playing to a full house at 1OAK Nightclub inside The Mirage. The admired British crooner began his Las Vegas residency career in 2009 and now headlines an extended engagement at The Mirage.


Known for his intoxicating vocal performances, big band instrumentals and old school glamour, guests can expect something different every show. Goss brings his celebrated act – including a multi-piece band, sultry backup singers and Dirty Virgin showgirls – to a scintillating live-music experience scheduled each Sunday.


Here is a link to Matt receiving not one but two different Humanitarian Awards – one from the United Nations and a Humanitarian Medal from the Royal Society of St. George. The Royal Society is England’s premiere patriotic organization. The medal is made by the Queen’s medal maker and you can read more about the Queen’s charity here:


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