"Ka" is an excellent Cirque du Soleil show hosted by the MGM Grand. It is a spectacle of scenery, dance, acrobatics, and music. Unlike most Cirque du Soleil shows, "Ka" unfolds to a story. The rotating, tilting stages transform the theater into mountains, villages, ships, and beaches. Ka delivers perhaps the best staging that I have yet witnessed.
A: The category 2, seats (rear and center) are excellent.
B: The show is a bit pricy.
I never expected Cirque du Soleil to be such a Nightlife Tip but it really is. It was so interesting to watch the people coming in and out of the theater. Some were dressed in T-shirt and shorts and others were in evening gowns! This is definitely a place to spend a night out. Great place to meet people as well, if that's your sort of thing. You can order drinks here too. :)
Important Information from the Website:
"O" performs twice nightly at 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays. There are no performances on Mondays and Tuesdays.
All tickets must be picked up no later than one hour prior to show time. Tickets not picked up by show time are subject to cancellation.
If you are a confirmed guest of Bellagio, you may contact The Concierge at Bellagio by calling
866.906.7171 or 702.693.7075 for assistance with seating for "O" based on availability.
Children under the age of five are not permitted into the "O" Theatre. Guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Wheelchair seating is available upon request.
The Bellagio Ticket Office Counter
Hours of operation:
Wednesday - Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. (PST) Monday & Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (PST)
Tickets for “O” are
$150.00, $125.00, $99.00, and $93.50
Ticket prices exclude the 10% Live Entertainment Tax, as well as a $5.00 per ticket processing fee.
There is a link under the ticket price information. I bought my discounted tickets there! I saved quite a bit of money going on a Wednesday night at 10:30. You may want to check it out before spending the recommended prices.
Dress Code: Anything.....really
After having seen 2 of Cirque du Soleil fabulous shows I can now say I think Ive just seen the best!
At the Mirage is The Beatles Love...an extravaganza of colour, sound and dance. I was so overwhelmed by the opening sequence that I burst into tears!!
This really is a show not to be missed. The stage setting and seating includes you in this fantastic homage to those famous floppy-haired boys from Liverpool who made the girls scream with delight in the 1960s and are still doing it now with this show.
Even if you are not a Beatles fan, the sheer fantasy of Love will please all.
Tickets start at $93.50 and children under 5 are not permitted. Check out available dates and dark nights.
Dress Code: Theatre dress
I am a HUGE Cirque fan and have seen all of the shows...My personal list...
1.) Love. All about the Beatles...beautiful showmanship, artsy, and some really, really, wonderful numbers. Vivid, timeless, and a great experience. More "dance" than "acrobatic".
2.) O. @ the Bellagio, I have seen this show twice. Lots of acrobats, stunts, and breathtaking. O revolves around water, and sometimes the performers are diving into it from 100 feet, sometimes they are walking on it. Surreal, imaginative, and lavish.
3.) Le Reve @ The Wynn. This was taken from O at the Bellagio when Steve Wynn began his new project, and is a smaller theater with the same beautiful performances and intergration of water.
4.)Ka @ MGM. This was ok, but the show stealer here is the 6 million dollar stage.
5.) Mystere. One of the original Cirque Shows, this one is fun and quirkey, with great costumes and colorful stages.
6.) Zumanity @ NY, NY. My least favorite out of all of the shows. Deemed the "Sexy" Show, it really comes off more as cheesy. I love burlesque, I love Caberet, I hated this show. Great ads though!
this was a show that my husband had been wanting to see and bugging me about since we arrived in Vegas. we bought the tickets to a 10 P.M. show. the Tickets were 150.00 each... so we paid 300 dollars that night to see a 1.5 hour long show.
it was cool, they did a good job of incorporating the audience into the show at first, but then never really did anything else... the moving stage was impressive, so was the effects of the water/ocean. loved the show, but it was a little stretched... almost as if they knew that they were charging too much and felt that they needed to stretch it all out.
i almost fell asleep towards the end, so did my husband. it's weird because when we bought the tickets i didn't have a problem with the price. I only started having regrets towards the end of the show... all in all i'd say it was a cool show, see it for the cheapest price possible, and i would not see it again... once was enough...
Dress Code: casual to business casual; jeans, Tees, or perhaps slacks and a dress shirt.
O has to be one of the best Cirque du Soleil Shows ever. Mesmorized by the beautiful visual effects and ever changing stage of the water-based show. Inspired by the concept of Infinity, O is breathtaking.
The show features around 13 different segments; including clowns, aerialists, trapeze, contourtioon, high dives, and fire.
Dress Code: Business Casual.
The O Show, playing at the Bellagio, is a very popular Vegas show, with tickets rapidly booked up. If you are thinking of going, I would advise you to book your tickets ASAP to get the best seats available. (But do avoid watching it immediately after a meal, as the lighting is dark and too comfortable so you can fall asleep quite easily even though the show was very good)
If you are staying at the Bellagio hotel, then you can get priority tickets by calling the Bellagio ticket office (call 888- 488-7111 or 702-693-7722).
Zumanity is a very interesting version of a Cirque show. Plenty of racy subject matter and nudity throughout the entire show. Not for kids!!
Dress Code: Anything will go as far as clothing but most people dress up a little.
I've seen many Cirque du Soleil shows over the years and enjoyed them all...except "Ka". It had nothing of what you would expect from a Cirque performance. No unbelievable acrobatics. No feats of balance or contortionism. Instead you got a baton-twirling, dance show. Nice lighting effects and music, but definately not worth $300. See "O" or "Mystere" instead.
1 of 4 Cirque Du Soleil productions that are currently playing in Las Vegas. I have been to 3 of them. They have all been amazing; but O is incredible! It's difficult to put into words how impressive this show is. A huge water stage that moves from an inch or two of water, to several feet of water. Beautiful costumes, unique music, and outstanding performances by the gymnasts. Guaranteed to leave you speechless! Tickets are in the $125.00 range and sell out months in advance.
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