Divers, aerialists, trapeze artists, synchronized swimmers and a giant swinging boat feature in the production’s jaw-dropping aquatics. The otherworldly set shrouds a massive, hi-tech water tank. Don’t Miss: The bendy-twisty Mongolian contortionists.
Stunning technical lighting and sound effects including a lifelike Michael Jackson hologram make this newest (June 2013) of Cirque’s Vegas shows—heavy on choreography—a must-see. Don’t Miss: The trampoline artists in the “Thriller” sequence.
As a scepter-wielding Sgt. Pepper weaves in and out of the soundtrack-driven story, this entrancing theatrical take on the Fab Four in the 1960s and ’70s brings their legendary songs to life. Don’t Miss: Roller skaters defying gravity on a half-pipe during the song “Help!”
Cirque’s “erotic” show (for adults only) has a sometimes intimate, low-lit cabaret feel with plenty of sass and skin. Don’t Miss: The superb vocalists in the live music.
It’s a magic show, but there’s more than meets the eye as Angel descends to the stage like a rock star to blow minds with more than 40 illusions. Don’t Miss: Angel sawing fellow performer, Crimson, in half.
A long-forgotten circus comes alive to showcase everything from juggling to syncopated flag tossing to an artist creating animal images with sand. Don’t Miss: The two-person ladder-balancing act.
Cirque’s longest-running Vegas show (running since December 1993) explores the origins of life in the universe through mythologies. Experience daring acrobatics, multi-trapezes, trampoline and outrageously costumed characters. Don’t Miss: The pole climbing.
If you like martial arts, this show’s for you. Watch balletic fight scenes explode in an action-packed story. The stage itself is a marvel, rotating 360 degrees. Don’t Miss: The final, epic battle.
Getting There: WestJet flies to Las Vegas 11 times a day from 10 Canadian cities.