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Member Reviews (6)
- The Beatles LOVEMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Jan 22, 2014
I not really a fan of Beatles, but this show won me over and actually started listen the Beatles more often. This show is based on the entire songs album Love, which is their biggest hit ever. This was first time I watching Cirque Soli, what a treat. Amazing performance most of the time. Each seat is equip with a speaker that really engaged the overall sound. I would probably watch the water show next time. If you like love Beatle, this is a must !
- The Beatles LOVEMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersNov 19, 2013
Beatles LOVE is definitely visually stimulating but at times it felt like complete overload and there were long numbers where I didn't even know where to look because there was so much going on at once. Here is a glimpse into my thought process throughout the show: "What's that woman going to do on that bungee cord? Wait maybe I should be looking over at the big group of people dancing. No wait what's that stage for? Who's the guy with the flower oh maybe the first woman is doing some kind of stunt no hey it's Sergeant Pepper what are the rain boots supposed to signify are those kids or little people should I just be focusing on the first woman that might be doing a stunt at any minute?" And that was all in the course of about 10 seconds. The only other Cirque show I'd seen prior was KA so I came in expecting some wild acrobatics, but LOVE was more like an interpretive dance performance on a giant scale. I got comped tickets through the MyVEGAS game on Facebook, and if I had paid full price or even close I would have been really disappointed.
- The Beatles LOVEMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 14Nov 06, 2013
Needed to kill some time to avoid driving home through the horrendous traffic on a holiday weekend.
LOVE was on my bucket list so I managed to convince my friends to watch it with me. It was pricey but worth the experience!
LOVE has a special spot in my heart. My ex boss had their soundtrack on repeat for several days at work while I worked on The Beatles illustration for a client. Usually people get sick of it but the more I listened to it the more the band grew on me.
The music was eargasmic and nostalgic. The performance was top notch (of course) and so much was going on I couldn't catch everything that happened on that circular stage.
The show is pretty long and I did get a little sleepy in the end. I was smiling that entire time. So glad I finally got to see it!
Tip: bring a jacket
- The Beatles LOVEMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Mar 05, 2013
Ok, I might be the only one out there who knows no more than three Beatles songs (and absolutely none of their history/background). Because of that, I was completely lost during this performance as they made references to things I didn't know and played songs I was not familiar with. I was only able to enjoy this show from a purely technical and skillfulness point of view and I felt that this wasn't as impressive as other Cirque shows I've seen.
The acrobatics were cool at times, but nothing was all that mind-blowing. A lot more focus was given to telling the story, so I was bored. The comedic scenes made no sense to me and random odd characters seemed out of place. Some of the stunts were memorable, but not as much as I would have liked. Guess I should have brushed up on the Beatles first to really appreciate the show.