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Though Las Vegas has always be known for its outlandish and star-studded shows, the new breed of performances on the Las Vegas strip combine Baby Boomer heartthrobs, Broadway hits, and the best of Cirque du Soliel.

Here are our picks for the top 10 best shows in Las Vegas:

Raiding the Rock Vault

Embrace your inner 80’s-rocker at the Raiding the Rock Vault – the ultimate Classic Rock concert at Las Vegas’ historic Tropicana Hotel & Casino and see some of the best rock and roll musicians perform their hits from their original bands like Bad Company, Whitesnake, Asia, Yes, Toto, and Heart. The two-hour live rock concert features lights, lasers and special effects for what they call “The Greatest Set List Ever” with a musical journey with including the best hits from The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, The Eagles, Queen, AC/DC, Deep Purple, Van Halen, Journey, Toto, Free, and more. Additionally, in between songs, the audience is treated to a cast of actors who portray the story of how the “Rock Vault” was raided. Read More…

Boys II Men

If you love 90’s R&B and are looking for an incredibly fun and high energy concert, be sure to see Boys II Men at the beautiful Mirage Hotel and Casino. Recognized for their romantic songs and a cappella harmonies, Boys II Men’s trio of Nathan Morris (baritone), Wanya Morris (tenor) and Shawn Stockman (tenor), reached international success with their 1992 song, End of the Road, a Billboard Magazine number one hit that replaced Elvis Presley’s record for longest amount of time at the top. Read More…

Armando Vera Magic

You’re correct if you think it will take a little magic to see two great shows on the Las Vegas strip for about $25. In fact, it is precisely what you’ll see at the Armando Vera and Nathan Burton Magic Shows at the Saxe Theater in the Planet Hollywood Casino at the Miracle Mile Shops. Armando Vera is Mexico’s highly popular sleight-of-hand magician whose “VIP Up-Close Magic Experience” has been entertaining celebrities, politicians and resort audiences in the U.S. for more than 20 years. Armando’s 30-minute show features up-close magic that happens so close to the audience that they can actually reach out and touch it. Read More…

Elton John

There are few musicians that have touched and entertained us with the spectacular levels of song and showmanship as Sir Elton John, and attending his concert at the Caesar’s Palace with his original band is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that you should not miss. The exclusive Colosseum performance features Elton’s “Million Dollar Piano” – an engineering marvel that displays more than 68 LED Yamaha video screens and are a great complement to Elton’s performance. The piano weighs more than 3,000 pounds (the weight of an average car) and is both a visual and musical work of art. Together with the stage’s glitzy gold set, the show is a perfect expression of the glamour of the Las Vegas strip. Read More…

Cirque du Soleil – O

Cirque du Soleil’s O may very well be the best show you’ll see in your entire life — surprising, magical, romantic, and a true theater production feat that features a “sideless” water pool and Cirque du Soliel’s unique uber-talented musicians, dancers, and acrobats exclusively performed at The Wynn Las Vegas. O is the story of the beauty of the theatre, where anything is possible whether you watch a simple street performance or a lavish opera.

In addition to the acrobats, O features world-class synchronized swimmers and high divers who perform in, on, and above water to create an absolutely breathtaking experience. In fact, from the ceiling to the underwater stage, everywhere you look you’ll have a terrific view of the action. Trapeze artists fly high above, and join aerial hoops that bring together aerial choreography with powerful gymnastics. You’ll see Cirque’s famous Bateau (boat) aerial cradle charting its course high above the stage, allowing its steel-frame to become the moving parallel bars for high-flying gymnasts. Read More…

Smokey Robinson Presents Human Nature: The Motown Show

Motown fans can experience 90 minutes of pure bliss at The Venetian Hotel & Casino during Smokey Robinson Presents Human Nature: The Motown Show featuring Australian award-winning crooners Andrew and Mike Tierney, Phil Burton, and Toby Allen. After spending years opening for Celine Dion and Michael Jackson in Europe and Australia, the four members Human Nature band attracted the attention of legendary songwriter Smokey Robinson after he heard their chart-topping platinum Motown tribute, Reach Out. He went on to record Get Ready with them and presented them in an exclusive booking in Las Vegas where they have played to sold-out crowds for the past two and a half years. Read More…

Jersey Boys

The Broadway musical phenomenon Jersey Boys is the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons and is now at the Paris Hotel and Casino in what The Las Vegas Review-Journal calls “the must see show of the year.” Jersey Boys is the story of how a group of blue-collar boys who became one of the biggest pop music sensations in America, selling over 175 million records worldwide, all before they reach 30 years of age!

This non-stop musical performance features Frankie Valli’s hits like Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You, Oh What a Night, My Eyes Adored You, Stay, Rag Doll, and more. Baby boomers who grew up with Frankie Valley & the Four Season will love the show, and it won’t be long before they are tapping their feet and singing along with the performers. The younger crowd will enjoy learning the story of this original boy band’s supersonic rise to fame. Read More…

Carrot Top

Okay, I know what you are thinking. Carrot Top? Forget all of your preconceived notions about who Carrot Top is and just buy the tickets to this hilariously funny, over-the-top comedy show at The Luxor Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. You won’t believe how much you’ll enjoy yourself and how infectious the laughter in the theater truly is. From the opening video showing stunts that have gone wrong to Carrot Top’s very last joke, you laugh so hard that your eyes will water. Using absurd props and hilarious skits, Carrot Top’s fast-paced show blends video and music to bring energy and variety to the show. Stand-up monologues are interspersed throughout the show, and he weaves current events into his show. Additionally, Carrot Top loves audience participation, so don’t be surprised when he comes into the audience and pours you a drink of Crown Royal! You will not regret seeing this show of pure comedy genius. Read More…

Celine Dion

Celine Dion is the undisputed reigning Queen of Las Vegas and you can see her at Caesar’s Palace for an evening of incredible music and song that you won’t soon forget. Celine reinvigorated the Las Vegas show scene back in 2003, and her exquisite voice hasn’t faltered since. Still playing to sold out crowds, the Celine Dion show will dazzle you with her highly-acclaimed orchestra and amazing sets in the luxurious Caesar’s Palace theater. You’ll sing along with your favorites like My Heart Will Go On (the theme from the movie Titanic), If You Asked Me To, Love Can Move Mountains, I Drove All Night, and Nothing Broken but My Heart. Read More…

Cirque du Soliel – Michael Jackson ONE

Even if you’ve been to a number of Cirque du Soliel productions, Michael Jackson ONE is an extraordinary production of music, dance, and acrobatics now performing at The Mandalay Las Vegas based on the brilliant artistry of Michael Jackson. Created by writer and director Jaime King, Variety Magazine’s “Billion Dollar Show Director” and former dancer on Jackson’s Dangerous World Tour Michael Jackson ONE features world-class dancers and circus arts performers that will take your breath away. The vibrant energy of the cast of 63 dancers and performers underscored by aerial performances, trampoline acrobatics, and intricate choreographies that use hip hop as a springboard for exploration of love and the unity of man. ONE is a wonderful tribute to the innovative spirit and legacy of Michael Jackson – the genius and visionary the King of Pop. Read More…