Cirque du Soleil - LOVE

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3400 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, USA - (702) 792-7777
Cirque du Soleil - LOVE - Andy, Phil and Julie at the Revolution Bar in the Mirage
Cirque du Soleil - LOVE - Andy, Phil and Julie at the Revolution Bar in the Mirage
Cirque du Soleil - LOVE - Beatles Love
Cirque du Soleil - LOVE - inside the theater
Cirque du Soleil - LOVE - Love Show sign
Cirque du Soleil - LOVE - Revolution Bar in the Mirage
Cirque du Soleil - LOVE - The Mirage

Cirque du Soleil - LOVE Las Vegas Reviews

WalterC WalterC
391 reviews
Show set to Beatles music at the Mirage May 04, 2017
A Cirque du Soleil show in the Mirage, the Love Show is a series of performances, set to the music of the Beatles. Not sure of any ongoing storyline, but after seeing this show, I don’t think it really matters at all.

Definitely buy your tickets ahead of time, as it is one of the most popular shows in Las Vegas. And one of the most expensive ones.

The performances are very impressive to watch, to a point where you find yourself asking at times, how do they do that? The choreography is just awesome to watch, and seeing the variety of circus acts and stunts are just amazing to watch. All set of the songs of the Beatles, which do not feel out of the place in this show, and in fact, adds to it.

Definitely recommended for Beatles fans, and honestly, I think it is even enjoyable for those that don’t even know who the Beatles are. I am not a Beatles fan, and I really liked it a lot.

Photography is not allowed at all, during the show.
inside the theater
Beatles Love
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austin37335 austin37…
62 reviews
A wonderful, incredible, marvellous show! Jun 16, 2011
The Love Show is a Cirque du Soleil performance set to Beatles music and it is brilliant! Cirque du Soleil is a performance company with a unique blended style that is an astounding fusion of dance, acrobatics and circus acts.

I will declare straight away that I am a BIG Beatles fan and as I'm from the Liverpool area I just had to see this show while in Vegas.

The tickets are not cheap and for our family of four I had to take a deep breath as I paid the bill, particularly as I went for premium seating near the front. All of that was forgotten as soon as the show started though.

The performance was set to a seamless selection of Beatles music where one track leads into another without pausing. The act explodes with action to up tempo songs like 'Sargent Pepper', with breathtaking displays of acrobatics and trapeze, only to become more graceful, slower paced and balletic to songs like 'Strawberry Field'. The music isn't taken straight from the original recordings but is beautifully rearranged specifically to fit the show.

The costumes, the acrobatics, the dance, the props, the spectacle and of course the music were all totally awe inspiring and I would recommend it to anyone who likes the Beatles - and even to those who aren't that keen.

By the way, the extra cost of the premium seats weren't strictly necessary as the stage cuts into the auditorium and the performers run up the isles into the crowd, so everyone gets a great view.

There are strictly no photos or filming allowed so I can't post photos here so you'll just have to see the show for yourself!
The Mirage
Love Show sign
Revolution Bar in the Mirage
Andy, Phil and Julie at the Revolu…
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spocklogic says:
It sounds like quite an awesome show. As a big Beatles fan myself, seems like something I would enjoy too.
Posted on: May 01, 2012
paulwshannon paulwsha…
2 reviews
WOW!! MUST SEE!!! Jul 13, 2011
At approximately $100 a ticket this may seem quite expensive but when you compare it to equivalent shows on the strip it is very competitively priced. Thats the pricing out of the way now time for my review of the show, WOW!!! This will blow you away, as I am sure you will know it is based around the music of Beatles and although I am a massive Beatles fan , either not knowing the music or not really being a fan will not detract from the experience. The stage is set in the middle with seats all around like an auditorium feel and I promise you will immediate want to go and see this for a second time as there is so much going on you will not catch everything.

Must see for anyone spending any time in Vegas.
mkarinaa mkarinaa
48 reviews
Cirque du Soleil - LOVE Sep 13, 2009
Just to give you a heads up this is the most expensive Vegas Cirque show, tickets run from $100 and up. Everyone I know who's ever seen it raves about it and says its the best on the strip but personally I'd rather see Zumanity or Mystere. Its a great show don't get me wrong but not as good as some of the other ones.

Personally I don't care much for the Beatles music but if you're a fan you'll enjoy it a whole lot more.

It is also not as acrobatically inclined like other Cirque shows, this one has a lot more dance and crazy costumes!

You never waste money on a Cirque show so go see it!
kujhawk04 kujhawk04
9 reviews
A Must-See Cirque show! Aug 25, 2009
If you have seen other Cirque shows, then this one is no different except for the awesome soundtrack, of course! Very imaginative and colorful. The show really pulls the audience into the music and show. I really, really enjoyed the show! I would definitely pay to see it again!
cari cari
30 reviews
Jul 20, 2006
At over $100 a pop, tickets to the circus are not cheap. But Cirque du Soleil is the best circus you'll ever see, so if you've got the money and the inclination, it's worth it.LOVE is the newest Cirque offering, and the very first licensed use of the Beatles for any other artist, ever. Or so their website says. This show is all about the music, so let's get that out there right away. If you hate the Beatles, you have no business going to this show. (But seriously, who hates the Beatles?) It's far less physically impressive than any of their other shows (even Zumanity), so if you're looking for incredible feats of flexibility and brawn, I recommend seeing Ka, O, or Mystere, all of which are just down the street. No, this show is about the music, and the music only.There are some incredible moments of choreography, but there are also some sleepy stretches where nothing much happens at all. Although all of the songs used in the show are familiar, the actual music has all either been remixed or taken from unreleased versions, so you won't feel like you're just listening to your old albums over again. And with speakers in the back of every seat, you can be sure that you'll hear everything clearly and loudly.Rather than describe the whole show to you, let me say this: this is child-appropriate, feel-good show that has the whole audience in high spirits by the end. It will reaffirm your love of the Beatles, England, music, and life in general. If you're a Beatles fan, it really is worth seeing.
travelman727 says:
Thanks for the review! I'm planning to catch the show later this year.
Posted on: Jul 26, 2006
vances says:
Sounds like you've seen 'Mystere' ??? What were your thoughts around that performance?
Posted on: Jul 26, 2006

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