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Top Three Shows to See in Las Vegas

Most visitors to Las Vegas come for the gambling and need to be entertained in between trips to the tables and slot machines so they don’t go home completely broke. Because of that, Sin City takes pride in putting on some of the best shows in the world. The latest rage in Vegas is music residencies by the biggest names in the world, such as Celine Dion, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez and Mariah Carey in addition to popular rock groups from the past like Def Leppard, Kiss, Journey and Guns N’ Roses.

However, there are also other productions that are highly acclaimed and recommended for tourists to strongly consider when they visit. Seven unique Cirque du Soleil shows are among the must-see entertainment options, but only one of them made our list.

Without further ado, here are the top three shows to see on your next trip to Vegas:


If you like to laugh and enjoy crude humor, then Absinthe will have you on the floor without even taking a sip of the highly alcoholic European liquor (even though it’s offered there at the concession stand). Performed in the round at Sportsbook Palace and produced by Spiegelworld, Absinthe is a circus-type adult variety show filled with comedy acts, sideshow and burlesque performers along with other international artists whose job it is to make you to literally leave your seat with laughter and awe.

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The popular Broadway musical profiling Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons is being performed at Paris after a previously successful run at The Palazzo. Voted the best show in town by the Las Vegas Review-Journal back in 2009, the Jersey Boys continue to deliver their timeless story through four seasons for all ages to enjoy.

Kà (Cirque du Soleil)  

It’s hard to pick one of the Cirque shows, although Kà certainly stands above the rest in terms of both the setting and wow factor. Viewed by over a million people since Sportsbook at the MGM Grand in 2004 and costing $165 million to develop, the stage is simply breath-taking, featuring two enormous movable platforms.