What to see in Las Vegas
Whilst we love Europe France, Germany etc, The USA is altogether different and Las Vegas is a city known by almost every person on this planet. It’s no secret that this is the city of sin, sexy, and of course, shows. Possibly some of the most famous and accomplished performances showcase themselves at the world-class resorts and theaters in the area. While there are enough shows to fill an entire month, here are just a few of the city’s top favorites around.
Blue Man Group
You have surely heard of them before and their blue bodies are famed around the world, now it’s time to see them in action at the Monte Carlo. This is a show that everyone of all ages can enjoy during their visit to Vegas. All of your senses will be on alert as you move to their beats, see their fantastic light show, and cheer them on as they entertain you in a way you have never been entertained before. There is a reason these guys have been around for so long, find out for yourself why.
Cirque Du Soleil
Possibly one of the most famed shows on the planet is the magnificent performance of Cirque Du Soleil. They have many versions of their magical performances, however the most popular ones would have to be, “Love” which celebrates the legendary Beatles music and “O” which is a magical show that is most famed for it’s performances underwater.
“Love” provides the classics and reinvented music of The Beatles in a circus display of representations of the storyline of their many wonderful and famous songs over time. It’s been shown at The Mirage since 2006.
“O” is performed at the Bellagio and will amaze you as over 85 performers take the stage and contort their bodies in odd positions, create imaginative images, and provide a spectacular underwater fantasy show.
This is the world’s largest permanent circus ever, so for a night of juggling, acrobatics, adrenaline inducing stunts, trapeze performances and more, just head over to the Circus Circus Resort Las Vegas for the ultimate circus experience on Earth.
Penn & Teller
Vegas and magic. These two just go together and so does the Penn & Teller duo that mystify all who attend their show at the Rio. They are unlike any other magic show you may have seen. While here, you will see Teller take the stage while Penn provides a comedic narration that will have you rolling on the floor. You might even get to see a sneak peak as to how they do some of their tricks, but don’t count on learning how to do all of their amazing trickery.
Absinthe can be seen at the famous Caesars Palace. This burlesque show is surely not for the kiddies, so for an entertaining night out with your grown up friends, this is the show to see and be seen at. Once you step into the deceiving simple looking outside structure you are immediately teleported to a scene from Moulin Rouge. This show is complete with a burlesque meets circus type act with a dash of comedy and a whole lot of sexy and racy in between.