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In a world full of uncertainties, in Sin City one thing is certain; all you need is love – Cirque du Soleil’s “The Beatles LOVE,” that is. Packed with action, gravity-defying stunts, and stellar visuals that take us back to the lucid, laced, lava-lamp days of years gone by, LOVE is the grooviest Cirque production of them all.Set to the re-mastered soundtrack of rock ‘n’ roll’s most beloved troupe of storytelling singers, The Beatles (obviously), this show takes you on a musical journey through the wartime era of WWII. And that’s just the music. With acrobatic feats, aerial stunts, and explosive choreography to boot, you won’t have to dust off that old black book to track down your psychedelics dealer; we assure you that your senses will be blown regardless.Performed in a round theater, and with speakers just about everywhere in the venue including in every headrest, this show brings a whole new meaning to surround sound for an unbelievable audio experience. And let’s just take a moment to mention the set. There are buildings, courtyards, a Volkswagen Beatle and more, the sets and props of LOVE are something to fall for on their own.Whether you’re a Beatles fanatic or were born yesterday (FYI babies are not ideal audience members), if you’re human, this is your chance to bust out those bell-bottoms and have a totally righteous night out on the town.
 
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fromHouston, TX
Age:25 to 34
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Family
Purchase Frequency:Less than once every few years
Gambler:No
No, I do not recommend this product.
Was just "ok"
PostedJanuary 21, 2014
I guess I shouldn't have seen Le Reve the night before because that ruins any Vegas show I will ever see in the future cause Le Reve is the most magical amazing show you'll ever see. 'Love' had a lot of fluff in it, just dancing around and silly stuff and total semi-organized chaos. The 3 or 4 actual "acts" in it were really good when they finally happened. Also the speakers in the seats are cool but the leg room with the seats is AWFUL. I am only 5' 8" and my knees were touching the seats in front of me! So it was hard to sit there for 1.5 hours watching something I wasn't loving while feeling crammed. Music was great, there were a couple funny bits, but all in all I don't know, I feel pretty neutral about it.
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In a world full of uncertainties, in Sin City one thing is certain; all you need is love – Cirque du Soleil’s “The Beatles LOVE,” that is. Packed with action, gravity-defying stunts, and stellar visuals that take us back to the lucid, laced, lava-lamp days of years gone by, LOVE is the grooviest Cirque production of them all.Set to the re-mastered soundtrack of rock ‘n’ roll’s most beloved troupe of storytelling singers, The Beatles (obviously), this show takes you on a musical journey through the wartime era of WWII. And that’s just the music. With acrobatic feats, aerial stunts, and explosive choreography to boot, you won’t have to dust off that old black book to track down your psychedelics dealer; we assure you that your senses will be blown regardless.Performed in a round theater, and with speakers just about everywhere in the venue including in every headrest, this show brings a whole new meaning to surround sound for an unbelievable audio experience. And let’s just take a moment to mention the set. There are buildings, courtyards, a Volkswagen Beatle and more, the sets and props of LOVE are something to fall for on their own.Whether you’re a Beatles fanatic or were born yesterday (FYI babies are not ideal audience members), if you’re human, this is your chance to bust out those bell-bottoms and have a totally righteous night out on the town.
 

for the upscale restaurants do you need a suit and tie or just slacks and shirt and for women?

We went to PRIME in Bellagio which is one of the nicest restaurants in Vegas and the men were not all wearing suit and ties. But I would call and ask. We saw Carlos Santana there and he was wearing a hawaiian shirt and linen pants haha, but he's famous so maybe they just allowed it. Women were all dressed very nice. I would just say NO jeans and no "polo" type shirts.
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