A Beginners Guide to Las Vegas Shows


One surprising aspect of Las Vegas that many people might not be aware of is that besides the gambling scene in Las Vegas, there are also a lot of Shows – Glitzy and Glamorous Shows; and fantastic productions.

If you are going to Vegas for the first time and are especially interested in the shows, you should know about them ahead of time and purchase your tickets way in advance since Vegas shows sell out quickly. You don’t want to miss one that you might have been waiting for.

I found this excellent site on the web called Vegas.com – The Official Vegas Travel Site
at http://shop.vegas.com/shows/showtimes2.jsp?show=890

Here you can find every show playing in Vegas, read a review about the show, and purchase tickets.

Listed first are the best selling shows which are Le Reve, V-Ultimate Variety Show, The Producers, KA’ Cirque du Soleil, Spamolot, Mamma Mia, Phantom, and Myste’re.

Then all other shows are listed by category which are Production, Adult, Magic, Headliner, Comedy, Tribute, Hypnosis, and Afternoon shows.

There is an excellent review provided for every show, price details, and where and what times the show is playing. You can purchase your tickets right here.

There are also shows listed by price, which is really nice since it can save a lot of time if you know exactly how much you can spend for entertainment. There are events for under $25, $25-$50, $50-$100, and $100 plus. There are also free events and there are currently 111 free events listed. They are art shows, music events, production numbers, karaoke, dance listings. Although free, reservations are needed.

So here you have it – the ultimate show guide. So type in your url at http://shop.vegas.com/shows/showtimes2.jsp?show=890 and start looking for the shows you will want to go to and purchase your tickets or make your reservations.

Remember if you have never been to Las Vegas, be prepared for a very hot place. The temperatures soar in Vegas. Also, Vegas is a totally manmade place built in the desert where everything there has been brought in from places like Florida such as the Palm Trees, and various fruit trees, and flowers. Vegas is powered by the Hoover Dam in Arizona.