Las Vegas Dinner and a Show for Valentine's Day
Nothing screams Valentine's Day like a night out in Las Vegas to enjoy dinner and a show. Want to impress your date without breaking the bank? Here are the most popular dinner and show combinations for under $100 per person. (Additional taxes and fees may apply. Dinner and Show packages are not limited to Valentine's Day and are available on most show performance dates.)
Are you a lover of all things Las Vegas? Then, VEGAS! The Show is the show for you! See the glitz and glamour of the fabulous Sin City brought to life on stage, every night, at the Saxe Theater, inside the Planet Hollywood hotel and casino. Whether it’s snapping your fingers along to some cool jazz with the Rat Pack or admiring the dancing of the classic Vegas showgirls, this show embodies all that is the great city of Las Vegas. Learn about the town that all the legends thrived in! More info and tickets here.
Terry Fator may just be the greatest illusionist on the Las Vegas Strip, but you'll never see him perform any magic tricks. He amazes audiences by singing like famous entertainers from Elvis to Cher without moving his lips, and that's not all. Along with being a singer and a celebrity impressionist, Fator is a puppeteer. His face may not move much during his show, but his hands are always in action, bringing to life his cast of lovable puppet co-stars.
The puppets each have their own comical personalities and music style, which makes Fator's show feel like both a concert and a stand-up comedy routine.
Travel back to the Middle Ages and experience a celebration of Medieval proportions at Excalibur's Tournament of Kings. This dinner and show features jousting, dancing, singing and a feast fit for a king. The show is a fun way to combine getting dinner with experiencing the excitement that ensues when knights in shining armor on horses duel to determine a champion. More info and tickets here.
V – The Ultimate Variety Show has become a favorite for Vegas locals as well as tourists. With over ten years in the running and no two shows ever being the same, this show keeps things fresh and exciting! Voted as The Best Variety Show in Las Vegas, this show has something for both adults and children to enjoy.
V – The Ultimate Variety Show can be seen every night, at the V Theater, inside the Planet Hollywood. Featuring an ever changing cast along with different performances nightly that never fail to impress, audiences are kept on the edge of their seats, feeling “wowed” throughout the entire show. From the comedy and juggling of Wally Eastwood to the dare devilish stunts of the Skating Aratas, your eyes will always be glued to the stage! More info and tickets here.
There's nothing fun about hot flashes, mood swings, memory loss and weight gain -- until now.
Menopause the Musical turns the aforementioned aging woes (and others) into a hilarious comedy with four wacky characters confessing their over-the-hill experiences to the tunes of popular '50s, '60s and '70s songs.
The power of the mind takes center stage as international mentalist Frederic Da Silva returns for his second stint in Las Vegas, Paranormal at Bally's Las Vegas.
The magic, mind-reading, hypnosis and a mystery of this show isn't just in your head. Da Silva has been honored with numerous awards for his powerful abilities. He's the 2011 winner of the FISM European Championship of Magic. In 2010, he was awarded the Nostradamus d' Or as best mentalist in Europe and was also a prize winner in the FFAP French Championship of Magic. Many fans may also know him as a contestant on "France's Got Talent." More info and tickets here.
Watch the swinging pocket watch. You are getting sleepy, very sleepy. Sure that might be what a hypnotist connotes, but Anthony Cools- The Uncensored Hypnotist is anything but a typical hypnotist show. There is definitely hypnotism, but the unthinkable and hilarious acts that he persuades people to do on stage result in a night of "good, clean, dirty fun."
"You will be a star tonight," warns the screen hanging on both sides of the stage, letting everyone in attendance know that the real performers in this show are the people who are brave enough to be hypnotized. More info and tickets here.
Triple threat tenors, move over. Fab Four Basses, you can go too. The fatal five tenors, also known as the Tenors of Rock, are delivering a show the rock gods would approve of.
The group, who were also on The X Factor U.K., is going to give you the true rock ‘n’ roll experience your leather pants have been waiting for. If you’re a rock ‘n’ roll groupie, you’ll karaoke your face off to songs like “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” “Living on a Prayer” and “Whole Lotta Love." More info and tickets here.
Those shows are just the tip of the iceberg. For Valentine's Day, birthday, anniversary, engagement or just a night out with your loved one, there's always an excuse to enjoy dinner and a Las Vegas show. What's your favorite Las Vegas show and restaurant? Let us know in the comments.