The audience is fixed on the stage from the opening line of the janitor (ERIC) as he sweeps up at The Neon Graveyard. He walks us through an entire lifetime of what was, to what is present day Sin City.
The tributes and impressions alone are enough to make most Vegas fanatics smile the entire show. But the actual production value of this show is absolutely amazing.
The bandleader put out a great sounding show from start to finish. Dancing was perfectly choreographed and stunts and acrobatics awed most viewers.
If your, in any way, a Vegas historian or enthusiast this is a must see show. I can’t believe I hadn’t made an effort to see this sooner.
I can’t remember a show with this many prop and costume changes, the entire stage changes over and over without missing a beat.
The singers couldn’t have asked for a better variety of Vegas brand music to sing. They all seemed to enjoy belting out the tunes. “Midnight train to Georgia” seemed to stick out as a crowd favorite, and it was definitely done well.
The Rat Pack stared in the lounge and Elvis did his shaking on stage and screen, as the show took us on a trek of what Las Vegas sounded like.
About twenty dancers, ten big time voices, and five unique specialty acts make this one of the best shows I’ve seen in quite some time.