Australian vocal group Human Nature has ended its run at Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino.
The group gave the final performance of its run on Sunday, celebrating 776 shows at the venue.
Smokey Robinson presents Human Nature: The Ultimate Celebration of Motown has entertained tens of thousands, including celebrity attendees such as Mike Tyson, Shania Twain, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Berry Gordy and Supreme member Mary Wilson.
The band will now embark on a series of dates in Florida followed by a tour of its native Australia.
"We are eternally grateful for Human Nature's time at Imperial Palace," said Adam Steck, founder and CEO of SPI Entertainment, Inc. "The opportunity to perform at such a legendary location, at the center of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, helped catapult the group to the success they have today. We are very thankful to all of the people with Caesars Entertainment and Imperial Palace for their continued support through the years."
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