Las Vegas is a city that comes alive only after dark. The center of nightlife is the Fremont Street Experience, offering spectacular Las Vegas shows for everyone. Like casinos, the shows are constantly changing. There are comedy shows, singers, dancers, impressionist shows, and magic shows, all of them ensuring the greatest adventure of your life. All the shows are worth seeing, but there are definitely must-see Las Vegas shows. One of them is the fountain show, which takes place in front of the Bellagio every fifteen minutes after dark. Volcano eruption is another great experience, which can be observed every fifteen minutes at the Mirage.
Each hotel has usually several lounges, offering live music. Las Vegas still features amazing headliner entertainment on its arenas and in showrooms. In 1997, the Grand Las Vegas Show was introduced by Bette Midler, followed by her Millennium Show at Mandalay Bay. In 2000, the city welcomed Bruce Springeman, and in 2001 millions of spectators were taken in by Madonna's show. The UNLV's Stadium of Las Vegas was the starting point of U2 Pop Mart tour, the Rolling Stones played here both the Hard Rock and the MGM Grand, Cher's live performance opened the Venetian, and Bob Dylan inaugurated the House of Blues arena.
Today, as ever, Las Vegas shows are quite expensive, with the admission ranging from $20 for comedy magic show Mac King to $200 and more for top headliners. Coming to the city without experiencing one of its great shows can be compared to cake without frosting.
Over the years entertainment has developed significantly to include a great variety of performances from traditional Las Vegas shows for family fun to productions for adults only. One of the greatest and most spectacular shows is American Superstar, featuring tributes to such celebrities as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Elvis Presley, Charlie Daniels, and Gloria Estefan. The show is diverse, one part of it being 80's rock concert and another part comprised of celebrity recreation.
The Blue Man Group Show is a unique experience, offering an artistic and colorful performance in an abstract way. After success in Boston, Chicago and New York, the troop stopped in Las Vegas, attracted by its luxury and unlimited opportunities.
Crazy Girls Show is the hour-long old style comedy, featuring topless dancers throughout the show. Unlike the majority of Las Vegas shows, inspired by world-renowned productions, La Femme is the original Crazy Horse Show, held in France since 1951, seen as the tribute to natural female beauty.
Las Vegas' spectacular shows are definitely one of the reasons why you should visit the city. Each show is a true art masterpiece, worth seeing and admiring.