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Shows in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Shows

There is no better place to indulge your fantasies and lose your inhibitions than Las Vegas and the perfect place to start is at a Las Vegas show.

From top-name celebrities to spectacular stage shows, it's no wonder Las Vegas is called the "Entertainment Capital of the World"

See a Las Vegas show when you need a change. It's thrilling at first when you walk into a casino and hear the constant ringing of slot machines at work. A few hours of this, however, and you may be ready for something else.

Las Vegas is more than a gambling spot filled with slot machines, roulette tables and decks of cards. It's also a place to see several well-reviewed shows. There is quite a variety to choose from. You can see limited engagement shows in Las Vegas featuring such popular artists like Britney, Cirque Du Soleil shows like Mystere and KA, intriguing shows like or Le Reve and magic arts by famous magicians like Penn and Teller. The list goes on. A couple of hours or more at one of these shows is a great way to spend time in Las Vegas. Use these tips to find one that appeals to you and your budget.

Just like everything else, there is a full price and a discount price. This also applies to Las Vegas show tickets. In some cases, you can get up to 50 percent off box office prices if you do your home work online before you get to Las Vegas. Note: (this website is a great source for discount show tickets because most of our partners "do not charge you any convenience fees, administration fees, or credit card fees. What you see is what you get"

Make reservations at a hotel that has a show. Such hotels usually have packages for their guests that will include tickets to the show. Find out about this when you are making your reservation.

Find out if the hotel you are staying in can offer tickets to shows at other venues. Associated hotels can offer tickets to shows at their sister hotels at special rates. This is usually only offered to guests. For example, here are the two major casino chains in Las Vegas with their associated hotels, Caesars Entertainment, Inc. and MGM Resorts International.

Try to see the Las Vegas show you are interested in during the week. Tickets for popular shows sometimes cost more at weekends and are difficult to get since they usually sell out quickly.

Sign up for a Players Club card at any casino you visit. Members often get free or discounted tickets.

Ask the casino host for complimentary tickets to a show after you've played a game for a few hours. Make sure you make impressive bets while the pit boss is looking in order to look like you deserve a gift.

Check online for possible Las Vegas shows discount .

Remember that limited engagement Las Vegas shows cost several times more than permanent shows. Keep this in mind when you are choosing a show.

If you just want to be entertained, and you don't care whether you have heard of anyone in the show, or whether there are even people in the show, then there are many Las Vegas shows and attractions you can see that are absolutely free. Click here.

What do you wear to a Las Vegas show, you might ask? Dressing is casual but a bit more formal for evening and dinner shows.

Discount Show Tickets

Las Vegas Comedy Shows
Las Vegas Live Comedy
Carrot Top Marc Savard Comedy Hypnosis
Jeff Civillico Improv at Harrah's
Laugh Factory Defending the Caveman
Brad Garrett's Comedy Club L.A. Comedy Club
Las Vegas Live Comedy Club Mac King Comedy Magic Show
Terry Fator: The Voice of Entertainment The Miss Behave Gameshow
Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man Puppetry of the Penis
The Eddie Griffin Experience Ralphie May
Piff the Magic Dragon show The Mentalist
Adam London's Laughternoon Anthony Cools - The Uncensored Hypnotist
Gregory Popovich's Comedy Pet Theater Jeff Dunham: Perfectly Unbalanced
Jokesters Comedy Club Penn & Teller
Mike Hammer Comedy Magic Nathan Burton Comedy Magic Show
Marriage Can Be Murder Menopause The Musical
Las Vegas Headliner Shows
Britney Spears Jennifer Lopez
Celine Dion Mariah Carey
Boyz II Men Lionel Richie
Matt Goss Frankie Moreno Live
Rod Stewart Elton John
Gordie Brown Human Nature
Tenors of Rock John Fogerty
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Las Vegas Magic Shows
Matt Franco
Marc Savard The Mentalist
Mat Franco - Magic Reinvented Nightly Criss Angel Mindfreak Live!
Nathan Burton Comedy Magic Show Penn & Teller
Mac King Comedy Magic Show David Copperfield
Murray Celebrity Magician Popovich Comedy Pet Theater
"V" - The Ultimate Variety Show Criss Angel Mindfreak Live!
Paranormal Mind Reading Magic Mike Hammer Comedy Magic
Adam London's Laughternoon1 David Goldrake - Imaginarium
Piff the Magic Dragon show Xavier Mortimer's Magical Dream
Las Vegas Adult Shows
Fantasy
Thunder from Down Under Aussie Heat
XBU - X Burlesque University Chippendales: The Show
X Burlesque Crazy Girls
Fantasy Zombie Burlesque
Zumanity Cirque du Soleil Stripper 101
50 Shades! The Parody Magic Mike Live - Las Vegas
Men of Sapphiren Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man
X Country X Rocks
Puppetry of the Penis Drag Brunch at Senor Frog's

Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas Shows

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Criss Angel Mindfreak Live!
Cirque du Soleil  Las Vegas
The Beatles LOVE
Zumanity
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Mystere
MJ One Las Vegas
Cirque du Soleil  Las Vegas
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What is Will Call?

Will Call is an option you can select when purchasing a show ticket. With Will Call, your tickets are held at the box office for you to pickup before the show. Will Call saves you on shipping and handling because there is No additional charge. You also don't have to worry about your ticket getting lost in the mail.

Note: Tickets held at Will Call can only be retrieved by the cardholder with original credit card of purchase and a valid photo ID with signature such as a state ID, driver's license or passport.

Dress Code for Las Vegas Shows

Kid-Friendly Las Vegas Shows

Although you will see Las Vegas visitors in a wide array of attire, the atmosphere in showrooms calls for a more sophisticated style of dress. While jackets and ties are not required, casual evening attire for guests are suggested. Tank tops, cut-off shorts, and athletic shoes are not appropriate.

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