The Beatles LOVE at the Mirage
Just The Facts, Please.
2,000-plus seat theater features 360-degree seating.
Thurs-Mon 7:00pm and 9:30pm
Cirque du Soleil
The music director for LOVE is Sir George Martin, who has worked with the Beatles since 1962.
Mavens Overview: LOVE
LOVE at the Mirage is the ultimate tribute performance to the Beatles. While the reservoir of Beatles fans seems unending, the show has a double winner in that even non-beatles fans, yes they do exist, seem to LOVE, sorry, this show.
The Internet Buzz is almost universally favorable. In addition to enjoying the show, people seem to appreciate a Cirque du Soleil show with more clearly relatable subject matter.
Note that LOVE has less acrobatics than a typical Cirque du Soleil show, and relies more on music and dance for Wow.
Internet Buzz: LOVE
- WOW the lobby corridor is GrooOOVE!!! Psychedelic! its like being in Austin Powers British world, Yeah Baby! now strike a pose and take pics! Make sure you get some of that Strawberry Fields drink at the bar before seating and keep your souvenir cup (I left mine behind the first time).
- As a long time Beatles fan I appreciated that they didn't stick with all of the extremely obvious, overplayed songs and kept it all relevant to the story they were trying to tell, rather than making it be a cheesy procession of Beatlemania references set to acrobatics.
- If you're looking for a show that's a fusion of acrobatics, dance and visual effects, accompanied by a classic rock 'n' roll soundtrack, then all you need is LOVE.
- I really enjoyed this show BUT I also love the Beatles. I can see if you are not a fan of the Beatles how this show could be kind of boring and/or get on your nerves. The "acts" themselves are average, again it is all about the music/story line not so much the acrobatics.
- Less acrobatics equals more dancing. The choreography encompassed a variety of interesting styles. However there were still plenty of tricks and gravity defiance. I really have more appreciation for Beatles music after this show! It was like being immersed in a live version of Across the Universe. Colorful, loud, fun, trippy - a treat for all your senses!
- The music, the stage set up, the performers...all amazing. I love The Beatles but I think any person would like this show.
- Lets start out by saying that I am not a Beatles fan. There are a handful of songs that I like but never got into them. I tend to like the folk portion of that era of music. And you know what it did not matter one bit. It was a fun high energy show that should make anyone smile.
- The entire cast of O was on vacation the week of my vacation so the Cirque Du Jour was LOVE. Can someone please tell me if I missed some MAJOR metaphor? I didn't get it. I enjoyed the music and I don't really like the Beatles but I thought most of the action was lame. The dancing pregnant lady? I've seen better dancing on early-season shows of Dancing with the Stars. Other than that this show was the longest 90 minutes of my life.
- Best Cirque show I've been to yet! Some might say I am biased because I have this love for Beatles music, but I think that the content of the show and the theatrics were very exciting from beginning to end.
- Suffice to say, I was enamored by the performance. Seeing the songs put to motion, with rich costumes, fun, quirky props, and outstanding acrobatics, was positively breathtaking. The endearing love story woven through the extensive selection of Beatles tunes captured and held me from the very start.