Nerakpacheco
 
 
 
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    January 27, 2014
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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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fromDenver, Colorado
Age:55 to 64
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Once a year
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
The VERY BEST SHOW IN ALL OF VEGAS
PostedJanuary 28, 2014
This is hands down the very best show in all of Vegas !!!
If you love Beatles music, this show is for you. It is over the top, incredible in every way. A feast for the ears and eyes...you will leave feeling wonderful and uplifted and happy. Great for all and any age.
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These are NOT basement guitarists and karaoke wannabees who stumbled out of the garage and onto the stage to play half-decent covers. The cast of Raiding the Rock Vault plays the standards like only real rockers can, because they are real rockers.You know how your college roommate could barely squeak out the "oooooh-oh!" in the first half of "Livin' on a Prayer" and then his voice cracked? There’s absolutely no risk of that at Raiding the Rock Vault. Andrew Freeman (Lynch Mob, The Offspring) and Paul Shortino (Quiet Riot) belt it out like the professionals they are — with power and guts. With Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake), Robin McAuley (MSG, Survivor) sing, shout and harmonize as they lead the audience through three decades of hits: Hendrix, Zepplin, Queen, Deep Purple, and everything in between. And two female vocalists, Cian Coey (Meatloaf) and Lily Arce, round out the performance.They know exactly what they’re doing: playing the greatest music from the greatest eras in American history, and reminding the fans who grew up to those sounds, that real music never dies. Rock out to Raiding the Rock Vault in Vegas.
 
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fromDenver, Colorado
Age:55 to 64
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Once a year
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
Fantastic!!
PostedJanuary 27, 2014
This was a wonderful and amazing show!! The musicians were fabulous seasoned professionals. It was the same as going to a concert. It was such fun and I knew all the music and songs and words...sang along all night long. This is the best value package in Vegas. Got the dinner & show..dinner at Benihana...before show, right next door one hallway over from the theater. Dinner was A+++ too. A truly wonderful night!!!!
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These are NOT basement guitarists and karaoke wannabees who stumbled out of the garage and onto the stage to play half-decent covers. The cast of Raiding the Rock Vault plays the standards like only real rockers can, because they are real rockers.You know how your college roommate could barely squeak out the "oooooh-oh!" in the first half of "Livin' on a Prayer" and then his voice cracked? There’s absolutely no risk of that at Raiding the Rock Vault. Andrew Freeman (Lynch Mob, The Offspring) and Paul Shortino (Quiet Riot) belt it out like the professionals they are — with power and guts. With Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake), Robin McAuley (MSG, Survivor) sing, shout and harmonize as they lead the audience through three decades of hits: Hendrix, Zepplin, Queen, Deep Purple, and everything in between. And two female vocalists, Cian Coey (Meatloaf) and Lily Arce, round out the performance.They know exactly what they’re doing: playing the greatest music from the greatest eras in American history, and reminding the fans who grew up to those sounds, that real music never dies. Rock out to Raiding the Rock Vault in Vegas.
 

Discounts and kids

Are there any discounts for shows that you know of? I am bringing my kids, ages 12 and 14, which shows would be best for them?
I don't know about discounts for kids..maybe call the phone # listed on Vegas.com . But the show was definitely family friendly. Benihana is pricey but delicious and definitely a place the kids would love, if you do the hibachi cooking table as your choice.
2 years, 11 months ago
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