Blackpool’s Resort Pass has added another attraction to its line-up, offering pass-holders the chance to visit the Viva cabaret and showbar.
The night-time venue joins Blackpool Tower attractions, Sea Life Centre, Madame Tussauds and Blackpool Pleasure Beach as part of the offer.
Blackpool Resort Pass is new for 2013 season, an exclusive ticket to up to nine of the resort’s attractions.
Owner and performer Leye D Johns said: “It is a great honour for Viva to be selected as the first night time option for visitors as a bolt-on option.
“We feel we reflect what Blackpool is all about - creating great memories with family and friends.”
The venue has said it hopes its addition to the line-up on offer will boost Blackpool’s nighttime offerings, letting people know about the town’s variety of venues and shows.
The 600 capacity venue on Church Street features showgirls, singers and comedians in its nightly shows.
Marketing Blackpool managing director Natalie Wyatt added: “The Resort Pass is a huge success and we’re really pleased to welcome Viva.
“It proves we can all work together to give visitors a wide range of quality and choice during their visit and there’s something for people to do both night and day.”
The Resort Pass has been set up by Marketing Blackpool and allows discounted entry to The Blackpool Tower attractions, Sea Life Blackpool, Madame Tussauds, Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Nickelodeon Land, and also Blackpool Zoo, Sandcastle Waterpark and Blackpool Model Village and Gardens for extra.