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Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by 83trekker, Nov 17, 2013.

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  1. 83trekker

    83trekker Tourist

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    Can anybody who has seen this tell me exactly what it is? Love the Beatles muisc especially during their drug influenced era, never been to a main show in Vegas before and have points from myvegas.

    Thanks!
     
  2. UTE

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    First and foremost, the music is outstanding. Not only were the tracks re-mastered, but they are played over an incredible sound system which includes speakers in each seat. It’s a Cirque De Soleil production – so it’s got a Euro-circus type of feel to it. Performers dance on the stage, in the aisles and suspended in the air. The best seats are actually up in the middle rows – gives a better view of the 360 degree show.

    I highly recommend this show.

    Bill
     
  3. joeynym

    joeynym Tourist

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    it is an awesome show... it is not live music.... Just like UTE explains it is a Cirque De Soleil production...
     
  4. ssyx

    ssyx Low-Roller

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    Agree with all of that.

    Cracking show especially if you are a fan, but even if you aren't.
    My GF isn't particularly a fan of the Beatles but she loved this show too.
     
  5. UTE

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    I hear that. I'm of the generation which experienced the Beatles as they rolled out, evolved, and then fell apart. My wife is in the younger generation and does not have the same appreciation for them. However, she loved the performers and the stage spectacles - regardless of whether or not the music grabbed her.

    Dang it. I think I've talked myself into seeing LOVE again.

    Bill
     
  6. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    The lovingly remastered music is worth the price of the show. Although he was occasionally belittled by the Beatles and especially John as being uncreative, George Martin remains a genius at what he does.

    Visually, "Love" is a whimsical confection much in keeping with the Beatles' brighter moments. I agree that the middle level (I think it's the 200's) is where you want to sit.
     
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    thestugot Low-Roller

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    Frickin' awesome show!!!
     
  8. chitownjohn

    chitownjohn High-Roller

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    Thanks for all the good feedback, I just booked tickets for next week in the 200 section using the $50 off promotion. I'm really looking forward to it.:thumbsup:
     
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    I grew up with my dad always playing the Beatles so Love was my first ever show in Vegas and I was mesmerized from start to finish. Absolutely amazing show there is so much going on I probably missed a lot and would go back again. Saw Zumanity and the Elvis show on my last trip but to be honest I felt they didn't really compare. You won't be disappointed
     
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    I'm 52 and was a little too young to be a fan when they were still a band, but I LOVE the Beatles now and listen to them frequently.

    I'm about to see LOVE for the 11th time December 1st.

    I hope you love it as much as I do.
     
  11. ardee

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    Fantastic show. I've been a fan since I saw them on Ed Sullivan (don't do the math!). Mesmerizing is the word.
     
  12. 83trekker

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    So i can get a buy 1 get 1 standard ticket from Myvegas for the Love show. It saids the other ticker is 109 plus Let Tax, how much is this Let tax?

    Trying to budget out all of my shows before i head to vegas.
     
  13. chitownjohn

    chitownjohn High-Roller

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    For my purchase it says LET included so I don't know the amt. Looks like you should plan $11 for Service & Delivery.

    2 Seat(s) @ 88.00: $176.00
    Service & Delivery Fees: $21.90
    Delivery Method: Will Call
    Taxes: LET Included
    Total: $197.90
     
  14. irmster

    irmster Low-Roller

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    I've seen Love 3 times. Twice in the cheapest seat category and once in the top price.

    Cheaper seats were much better as you get a better view of everything going on, where as closer to the front you miss things.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Been I think 7 times. Still great. Mid to upper seats are best for first time.
     
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    Only once for us but would love to see it again. We are children of the 60's & the Woodstock generation so this show was a must for us. My hubby is a musician - plays about 12 instruments and can be a music snob at times. (lol) The genius of the Beatles resonates with him to this day. Brilliant is the best thing we can do to describe this show.
     
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    We've seen every Cirque show in Vegas and hands down, Love is the best IMO.
    The actual performer routines might not be as spectacular as say "O" or "KA" but combined with the UNFREAKINGBELIEVABLE music, it's beyond words. George Martin's son Giles has remastered and (more impressive) remixed the songs in a way that will blow your mind.

    Like with every Cirque show, I feel the best seats are the one's about halfway up so you'll be happy.
     
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    I've seen it 3 times and I would certainly see it again. Enjoy!
     
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    I have seen almost every single "Cirque" show in vegas, and in my very humble opinion, "Love" is the only one to see. And I really am not even a Beatles fan. But after seeing "Love", I did buy some mp3's :)

    Go see it. You will love it.
     
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