BeatleShow! Las Vegas
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Show Quick Facts
- The show starts with the British invasion's early hits like "Hard Days Night" and "I Want to Hold Your Hand".
- The cast of BeatleShow! were recently sheduled to appear in a 3D remake of Yellow Submarine set to be released in 2012.
- The group was founded in 1997 and has toured internationally.
3663 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
Ages 5 and Over
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I personally thought this show was better than the LOVE show. Live music (that actually sounded like the Beatles), dancing with true fans, and cold drinks. I felt like i was a teenager again!"
Cost of a low price ticket
$ - $25 and under
$$ - $25-50
$$$ - $50-100
$$$$- $100 and above
Features: The BeatleShow! Las Vegas is a crowd-pleasing tribute concert that takes a nostalgic journey through the lads from Liverpool's sterling musical career. The show kicks off with mop-top wigs and early hits like "Can't Buy Me Love." Next, things get a little trippy as the band dons flashy military-style suits made famous on the St. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover (the mop-tops are now a little shaggier and groovy facial hair has appeared). BeatleShow! even touches on the turbulent later years of the group, including a touching performance of Lennon's solo-hit "Imagine."
Why We Go: If you're a Beatles fan (we know there's a few of you out there) or you want a taste of Beatlemania, than BeatleShow! is the tribute concert for you.
- Authenticity: The impersonators take their job seriously, down to the vintage instruments they're playing. The "Paul McCartney" actor even skillfully strums his bass guitar...left handed. Touche.
- Ed Sullivan: The Beatles made their US television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, so it's only fitting that a Ed Sullivan impersonator acts as the tribute concert's emcee.
Inside Knowledge: The recording at the beginning of the show assures the audience that the every note is played live. If the voice sounds familar that's because it belongs to Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Save Money: For Beatles fans there are some great entertainment options for you in Vegas. But if you're trying to save your money for the blackjack table, the BeatleShow! concert is about half the cost of a 'partial view' ticket to Cirque du Soleil's Beatles LOVE. Just sayin'.
- Don't Go Alone: Come together, right now! The show is best enjoyed with the fellow Beatles fans in your life, or bring your kids and introduce them to their new favorite songs.