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Shows for Vegas virgins...

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Disney Fan, Feb 23, 2016.

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  1. Disney Fan

    Disney Fan Low-Roller

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    Hi everyone, trying to figure some shows for a small group of 21 year old Vegas virgins, I think they would enjoy a Cirque du Soleil show, don't believe they like beatles music that much so the love show is out, so thinking of mystere or "O", anyone has some more shows to recommend fire away, also thinking of Britney Spears, Carrot Top , Mac King..Thanks for any help...
     
  2. eaglejohn

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    carrot top
     
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  7. vegasvic

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    21 year olds would enjoy Absinthe as long as they aren't easily offended :)

    Cirque shows are fun. Zumanity is an "R" rated Cirque show I thought was funny and entertaining. Penn and Teller have a good show. Carrot Top is a riot. BMG is fun too
     
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    I loved "O" :wave:
     
  9. vegasvic

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    Budget may be an issue for 21 year olds. O and some of the other Cirque shows will be at least $100. Some of the other ones in here such as Penn and Teller will be half that.
     
  10. Raptor

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    Blue Man Group is a great show, y ou can try tix4tonight for cheaper tickets if that's an issue. We liked Absinthe too but it is pricey and raunchy. It's the perfect show for Vegas!
     
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    If you do Cirque, I recommend either "O" or KA. Both shows are amazing.
     
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    Absinthe would be the best for a group of 21 year olds. I'm not sure if there's a close 2nd. If they're budget restricted, then I agree with Penn and Teller, although it does cost money to get over to Rio. Carrot Top wouldn't be a bad option. I'm fairly young and I enjoyed Terry Fator a lot more than I thought I would. Cirque shows are always great, but can be expensive.
     
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    One thing with BMG. Seats in the "splashzone", which is the first few rows center, are cheaper and they give out clear plastic to cover yourself. But when we went last October no one got splashed a bit. They never had to cover themselves. So they had great seats at a reduced price. Maybe during some shows people do get splashed. Since then BMG has moved over to Luxor but I would image it's the same.
     
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    I actually enjoyed Jersey Boys- the music and dancing-and the story itself was entertaining- and i'm not even from that Era.... with that said- its not a comedy- so i would say Carrot Top- he is hilarious!!! Of course if you like her, Celine Dion puts on a great show! Next i want to see Brittany!
     
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    I sat in the splash zone and we all stayed dry. Did get covered with a ton of paper when it all came forward at the end. This was at the Venetian
     
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    Cirque shows are great and i think its hard to go wrong with either O or Mystere. My favourite out of all cirques is KA but a close second would be Mystere who would be my recommendations for a group of 21 year olds, you can usually find som good deals on it as well so I'm sure thats an added bonus. O is good as well even though i prefer the other two thats been mentioned.
     
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    Hi all, new here, my vote for the younger crowd on a budget would be Zombie Burlesque. Great live band, good comedy, OK dancing, audience participation and JELLO SHOTS! Wife and I saw it a couple years ago and really enjoyed it, not as high class as Absinthe or Ka, but a good time on the cheap. Plus the younger people would really get the zombie thing... that's why I went anyway. Just mho
     
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    We bought our Penn and Teller tickets last December off of Travel Zoo and got a good deal.
    We sat in the first few rows in the upper balcony in the center.
    I liked the seats up there because you had a nice view looking down at the stage and could see everything.
     
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    I'm on the younger side and I'm going for Absinthe. The reviews are confidence-inspiring to say the least...I hear it's a must see
     
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