Revolution Lounge at The Mirage combines the theatrical sensibilities of Cirque du Soleil's "LOVE" with partying. Although the association with The Beatles might have you expecting a poorly themed gimmick, this upscale lounge surpasses that easily.To find it, look for the massive "REVOLUTION" sign that looms large in the casino. Then pass through the Abbey Road Bar because Revolution Lounge is located in the back. Upon entering, you'll be immersed in dark surfaces with multicolored lighting. Psychedelic columns prop up the seating facing both the bar and dance floor areas.Revolution Lounge is a small place, but it still feels roomy even when it's packed on the weekends. The tables here are more fun than your average nightclub table. You can draw on the surface with your hands. Ironically, the best way Revolution Lounge captures the near universal appeal of The Beatles is by foregoing any sort of inevitably cheesy Beatles theme almost entirely. There are a lot of touches you might associate with the band's psychedelic era -- from the trippy video screens to the "diamonds" in the sky (see what they did there?) -- but really these are just very cool details that make for a timeless experience that anyone can enjoy. Just like the music of a certain band from Liverpool.