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Matt Goss at Cleopatra barge Ceasars Palace

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by ranchette, Jul 19, 2016.

  1. ranchette

    ranchette Low-Roller

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    Has anyone seen this show? How are the seats ? Are general admission tickets good seats?
     
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  3. ranchette

    ranchette Low-Roller

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    We plan to go on Sept 23 the day before he ends the show. I am just wondering how the seating is.
     
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    breanna61 Super Moderator

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    I've seen the show twice; very small venue so no matter where you sit, you aren't far from the stage. He is very easy on the eyes.
     
  5. IDoLuvVegas

    IDoLuvVegas Low-Roller

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    Did not enjoy this show. He was late starting by about 35 minutes. He spent way too much time talking about inane crap. I was expecting him to do more "standards" but instead they were few and far between. He sang much more of his original stuff and pushed a CD you could buy. People actually walked out of the show, some even before it was half way through. We stayed out of common courtesy but left as soon as he finished what he said was going to be his last song. I think he did do an encore of a couple of more songs, but we were glad to be out of there.

    My wife and I have seen many, many shows in Vegas. We usually see two or three per trip and go to Vegas two to three times a year. We started this in the early 90's, so as I said we have seen many shows. This show is not one I would recommend, but more likely steer people away from.
     
  6. vegasvic

    vegasvic VIP Whale

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    I don't care about Goss but I hate that the place is closing and being turned into something else. After 46 years. I always liked to grab a drink or two there.
     
  7. WHU66

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    Went last October, really enjoyed the show and all the seating was good. We had general admittance, got there fairly early and had seats about 10 foot away from the stage, good cocktail service and generally a good night. He came on later than advertised but so what, when he came on he was good, great performer and some good tunes. Had a good drink on at reasonable prices and my wife and I really enjoyed it all. Join in with the singalong, applaud in time when encouraged to, generally 'loosen up' a bit and you will enjoy it. Go in expecting to be entertained without relaxing and you may be disappointed. Shame it's closing really, would have enjoyed a drink at the bar one last time.....
     
  8. ranchette

    ranchette Low-Roller

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    Thanks for all the replies