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The Beatles LOVE By CIRQUE DU SOLEIL In Las Vegas

THE live shows are not to be missed, I was told... therefore I ended up watching two shows consecutively for two nights...
             
                  One of them is LOVE by Cirque Du Soleil
              
                  Shown in Mirage Hotel.... 
                 The tickets cost $55 for us ...not al price is around $125 and above....
              
                 The entrance going to the theatre....
             
                 And that was me on the pre-night... 
                 We got to go there to get the tickets one day in advance....
            
                Fans of Beatles will find lots of souvenirs here...
           
                And I am getting"warm-up" before the real day!
                
                    And tonight is the night!
                 
                     The Moment!
                     Really a spectacular performance and a memorable experience for me!
                     As the saying goes... Cannot leave Vegas without songs and dancing!!

Comments

  1. Two shows? The same one? They would be exactly the same, no? I watched two musicals in one day - Grease for the matinee...and Miss Saigon that same night. Had to make full use of the little time I had there. Not cheap but truly worth every penny!!! Experiences to remember for a lifetime!

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  2. Two shows?? Wow! You sure enjoying yourself in Vegas!

    Mirage Hotel! One of the best.

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  3. Nice warm up pose! Can see that you are really enjoying yourself. Good!

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  4. The pose in picture 6 makes me think of SK, keke...

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  5. Woohoo! What a wonderful and memorable trip in Las Vegas! Enjoy yourself to the fullest!

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  6. Thank you my frens!!! Indeed memorable😬

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