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Rod Stewart's hair is as timeless as his music. After more than five decades of performing, the legendary British rocker can still swing his hair back and forth to make hordes of women flock to the front of the stage at his shows, and they do.His show in Vegas at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace showcases Stewart belting out his greatest hit songs in his distinctive raspy voice. A live band and three back-up singers and dancers join him on stage as he performs "Maggie May," "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)," "I Don't Want to Talk About It" and other well-known numbers. A large video screen displaying various projected images and video clips creates the backdrop for Stewart and his band.For "Hot Legs" Stewart shows off not only his dance moves but his aptitude as a soccer player. Throughout the song he kicks soccer balls into an eager audience scrambling to catch them. Soccer or football, as it's referred to outside of the United States, was Stewart's first career choice. After a brief stint with a third division soccer club when he was 15, Stewart changed paths and decided to pursue music. He continues to be a big football fan today.Throughout his career Stewart has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling recording artists of all time. In 1994 he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.Stewart started his career playing in several bands around England before finding his first taste of stardom with the Jeff Beck Group in 1966.When the group disbanded in 1969, Stewart and guitarist Ron Wood joined the group Faces. Though he remained with Faces until 1975, Stewart began a solo career in late 1969 with "The Rod Stewart Album."His third solo album, "Every Picture Tells a Story," is what made Stewart a household name. "Reason to Believe" was the first single from the album, but when DJs began playing the B-side, "Maggie May," the single became a huge hit.A steady stream of hit records followed over the next decade including "Tonight's the Night," "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" and "Tonight I'm Yours."The early '80s were quiet for Stewart but he rebounded with 1988's "Out of Order." His version of "Downtown Train," taken from the 1989 four-disc box set "Storyteller," continued his comeback streak.Stewart reunited with Wood to record an MTV Unplugged concert in 1993 and the accompanying album launched the hit single, "Have I Told You Lately." "Unplugged" also returned Stewart to a more acoustic-based sound.In 2002, Stewart recorded "It Had to Be You...The Great American Songbook," an album featuring covers of some of the great American pop songs of the pre-rock era."As Time Goes By" followed it into the charts in 2003 and in 2004, the third volume in the series, "Stardust," hit No. 1. "Thanks for the Memory" became the fourth entry in the series in 2005.In 2006, Stewart continued his series of cover albums, but this time he focused on rock. "Still the Same: Great Rock Classics of Our Time" featured a version of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" as the first single.Stewart's music may have changed over the years, but he's always maintained some variation of his signature spiky hairstyle. He adopted this look when he was 18 as part of the Mod lifestyle that originated in London in the late '50s. His hair has become so iconic that Stewart's face isn't even featured on billboards for his new show in Vegas. Instead, the advertisements feature a backside shot of the performer's head and his wild hair to promote his shows.Whether it's the man behind the music or the hair on top of his head, there's something magnetic about Stewart that fans just can't seem to get enough of. More than just the song lyrics, Stewart is living proof that "Some Guys Have All the Luck."-- By Caroline Fontein
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer service 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
5 / 5
View of Stage 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Theater Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Special Effects 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Sound Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
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fromQueretaro, Mexico
Age:45 to 54
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Less than once every few years
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
Excelente Show
PostedAugust 16, 2013
Excelent show, we can hear the best from Rod, all his hits and he sang as usual
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You have probably seen him on television performing incredible illusions such as making the Statue of Liberty disappear, navigating the rapids of Niagara Falls and flying over the Grand Canyon. Master magician David Copperfield seems to have done it all. His show in Las Vegas is a unique opportunity for audiences to see these larger-than- life illusions performed live and up close in the Hollywood Theater at MGM Grand.Of course he can't exactly re-create all of them, but he demonstrates similar and equally amazing illusions using objects that are more suitable for a stage setting.Copperfield alludes to an illusion he did where he walked through the Great Wall of China and then explains that he is going to re-create that same illusion using a large metal sheet as the indestructible medium through which he will effortlessly pass.The metal sheet is placed on a raised platform, and Copperfield has two audience members come on stage to test it out by walking on it and hitting it with a rubber hammer.Next, he lies under the piece of metal, and four assistants hold a sheet over Copperfield and the platform. The assistants spin the platform around proving to the audience that there is no way out except by going through the metal. First you see just a finger poking through and then, within seconds, he miraculously appears on top of the metal sheet.This is just one of the mind-boggling magic tricks that he performs in the show. As the epitome of master magicians, Copperfield takes his illusions to another level of excitement and awe. Instead of doing the typical box trick where a woman is sliced in half, he locks himself in a box that begins to shrink in size. He smiles at the audience while moving his hands and feet as the box gets so small the entire length of his body has been reduced to mere inches.The box gradually gets bigger and Copperfield hops onto the stage saying, "that's how they made mini me," before moving on to his next illusion. He integrates his casual and comical personality into every act, resulting in laughter from the crowd.Audience interaction is a big part of the show as he incorporates a person picked at random for almost every illusion. You might even see him doing magic right in front of your seat when he performs illusions while standing in the audience. For one illusion he asks a woman to join him in the aisle on the side of the theater. He asks the woman to examine a piece of tissue paper before he rolls it into a ball and makes it levitate and dance along his arm with the tap of a finger.Unlike other magic shows in Las Vegas, Copperfield does not implement flashy showgirls, dancing or over the top production elements to supplement his illusions. His magic has enough of a wow factor on its own.His expertise as a magician dates back to when he was just 12 years old and started performing professionally. That same year he also became the youngest person ever to be admitted to the Society of American Magicians. From there, Copperfield went on to teach a course on magic at New York University when he was 16.During his first year in college, Copperfield starred in the Chicago musical, "The Magic Man," and as a result of the show's success he was selected to host ABC's "The Magic of ABC." From there he was offered his own series of specials with CBS titled "The Magic of David Copperfield." The series has been aired in over 40 countries.His illustrious career has made him a Guinness Book of World Record holder for having 21 Emmys, and he has a star on the Hollywood "Walk of Fame." Apart from his revue in Vegas, he continues to tour, performing sold out shows around the world.His enduring presence as a magician and integration into pop culture and even postage stamps proves that Copperfield's magic has no boundaries.He even demonstrates his ability to predict the future in an act where he gets people from the audience to provide him with different numbers that he later pulls from a box that has been hanging above the stage for the entire show.If just having the numbers on paper is not impressive enough, Copperfield also reveals a cassette tape with a recording of himself reciting the numbers that he plays for the audience. It is an astonishing feat that amazes everyone with the impossibility of it all.-- By Caroline Fontein
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer service 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
5 / 5
View of Stage 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Theater Quality 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Special Effects 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Sound Quality 
4 / 5
4 / 5
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fromQueretaro, Mexico
Age:45 to 54
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Less than once every few years
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
You won't believe it
PostedAugust 9, 2013
Awesome show, we enjoyed a lot, I don't what I did, but I received the best sits in the theater, at the middle of the first row.
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You have probably seen him on television performing incredible illusions such as making the Statue of Liberty disappear, navigating the rapids of Niagara Falls and flying over the Grand Canyon. Master magician David Copperfield seems to have done it all. His show in Las Vegas is a unique opportunity for audiences to see these larger-than- life illusions performed live and up close in the Hollywood Theater at MGM Grand.Of course he can't exactly re-create all of them, but he demonstrates similar and equally amazing illusions using objects that are more suitable for a stage setting.Copperfield alludes to an illusion he did where he walked through the Great Wall of China and then explains that he is going to re-create that same illusion using a large metal sheet as the indestructible medium through which he will effortlessly pass.The metal sheet is placed on a raised platform, and Copperfield has two audience members come on stage to test it out by walking on it and hitting it with a rubber hammer.Next, he lies under the piece of metal, and four assistants hold a sheet over Copperfield and the platform. The assistants spin the platform around proving to the audience that there is no way out except by going through the metal. First you see just a finger poking through and then, within seconds, he miraculously appears on top of the metal sheet.This is just one of the mind-boggling magic tricks that he performs in the show. As the epitome of master magicians, Copperfield takes his illusions to another level of excitement and awe. Instead of doing the typical box trick where a woman is sliced in half, he locks himself in a box that begins to shrink in size. He smiles at the audience while moving his hands and feet as the box gets so small the entire length of his body has been reduced to mere inches.The box gradually gets bigger and Copperfield hops onto the stage saying, "that's how they made mini me," before moving on to his next illusion. He integrates his casual and comical personality into every act, resulting in laughter from the crowd.Audience interaction is a big part of the show as he incorporates a person picked at random for almost every illusion. You might even see him doing magic right in front of your seat when he performs illusions while standing in the audience. For one illusion he asks a woman to join him in the aisle on the side of the theater. He asks the woman to examine a piece of tissue paper before he rolls it into a ball and makes it levitate and dance along his arm with the tap of a finger.Unlike other magic shows in Las Vegas, Copperfield does not implement flashy showgirls, dancing or over the top production elements to supplement his illusions. His magic has enough of a wow factor on its own.His expertise as a magician dates back to when he was just 12 years old and started performing professionally. That same year he also became the youngest person ever to be admitted to the Society of American Magicians. From there, Copperfield went on to teach a course on magic at New York University when he was 16.During his first year in college, Copperfield starred in the Chicago musical, "The Magic Man," and as a result of the show's success he was selected to host ABC's "The Magic of ABC." From there he was offered his own series of specials with CBS titled "The Magic of David Copperfield." The series has been aired in over 40 countries.His illustrious career has made him a Guinness Book of World Record holder for having 21 Emmys, and he has a star on the Hollywood "Walk of Fame." Apart from his revue in Vegas, he continues to tour, performing sold out shows around the world.His enduring presence as a magician and integration into pop culture and even postage stamps proves that Copperfield's magic has no boundaries.He even demonstrates his ability to predict the future in an act where he gets people from the audience to provide him with different numbers that he later pulls from a box that has been hanging above the stage for the entire show.If just having the numbers on paper is not impressive enough, Copperfield also reveals a cassette tape with a recording of himself reciting the numbers that he plays for the audience. It is an astonishing feat that amazes everyone with the impossibility of it all.-- By Caroline Fontein
 

Do I have a ticket for a baby 1year old ?

I have a baby 1 year old. Do I pay a ticket for him ? He will seat on the mother's knees.
No, there is not permission for child under 5 years inside this show, I saw how a lady was took off the line with a baby
1 year, 2 months ago
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