Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the The Australian Bee Gees Show: A Tribute to the Bee Gees at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Fantastic show. These boys really put everything into it. Their encore song "You should be dancing" blew the roof off and got everyone dancing.
This show is absolutely superb they are amazing I would recommend this show to anyone , even our grand daughter who is 8 years old enjoyed it .
This was a great show. I got to hear songs they wrote for some films and totally enjoyed it.
Great performance and great seats. The place even had a dance floor so we could dance for a couple of the songs.
Good music and visuals of the original Bee Gees. ..pretty much what you would expect from tallented singers. We had our picture made before the show and it was a great keepsake. The guys were very accomodating for the fans after the show.
Fantastic night at the Excaliber watching the Australian BeeGees. Great harmonies, laughter and audience participation made it a must see show for Bee Gee Fans. Robin in particular beared an uncanny resemblance to the star. Spoke to them all after the show nice guys.
It was a great show. Even if it’s not your time; you catch yourself getting up from your seat, singing, and dancing along. Make this a top show to see on your list in Vegas. You will enjoy it.
I had a blast this show. It really felt like you were at their concert. I’m not even from that era, and you don’t have to be. Everyone was dancing, singing, and laughing throughout the show. It’s definitely a show worth seeing.
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The show was brilliant from start to finish,and,the guys even posed for pictures in the foyer after performance,which delighted my wife!
The show was amazing. When I closed my eyes, you would swear you were listening to the "real" Bee Gees. After the show the guys came out and signed autographs and posed for pictures. A show worth seeing.