They amazed MTV fans on America’s Best Dance Crew and have been gliding across the stage at MGM Grand for a while now. This show incorporates a soundtrack that will get your shoulders popping while they stun you with their crazy dance moves. It’s amazing how a mask can drive so much popularity.
The popularity of performance shows in Vegas owes its gratitude to The Rat Pack. Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin make up this wisecracking group of swooners and crooners and while they may not be available, these professional impersonators will make you feel like you’re sent back to the 60s.
Those quirky blue dudes prance around the stage looking like they are equally confused as they are mischievous throughout this performance. The music is energetic, the colors are vibrant, and there are a few surprises that will leave you giggling.
Sadly, the great Michael Jackson has passed but he left us with unforgettable songs, music videos, and dance moves. ONE is a loving tribute to him in a gravity defying show of popping, locking, and one gloved individuals wowing the crowd.
Penn’s smartassery and Teller’s not-a-tellerishness keep the audience in stitches from laughter but hopefully not by some magic trick gone awry. They are two of the most popular magicians of all time and have been working hard to perfect their craft. Before going, be sure to listen to Ira Glass and Teller chat about his unwavering commitment to excellence on This American Life.
One of the best-selling shows in Vegas is the relatively young Absinthe at Caesars Palace. This is a show that mixes wild acrobatics with lingerie-clad performers and a raunchy joke-telling host. Careful with who you see this one with as the debauchery may render you shamefully entertained.
Feeling a bit naughty in Vegas is sort of a requirement when visiting, so why not do so in the classiest way possible: see a Cirque du Solei show. Zumanity delves into sexuality in a creative and, well, very forthright sort of way. If either of you are jealous people then you may want to avoid it. But if you’re comfortable in your relationship and could appreciate a little zest then head to Zumanity.
He looks like he hasn’t aged for thirty years so clearly there’s something magical about David Copperfield. He’s a master illusionist and a mainstay in Vegas for decades, so you really have to witness his feats once in your life.
A few long-standing performers have made their home in Las Vegas pumping out eight shows a week, forcing their fans to come to them for once. Manilow and the Osmond Twins have been there forever, but other performers continue to sell out shows such as Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, and Britney Spears. Pick your sound and see some of the biggest artists in the world here.
1.5 million gallons of water makes up the main character of this unique performance. The 1,800 seats in this theater have been filled for nearly every single show since its first run back in October, 1998. It’s fun, it’s crazy, it’s expensive, but it’s totally worth it.