The MGM Grand is not the only place in Las Vegas to see an MGM show — with more hotels along the Strip, MGM Resorts hosts nearly 20 performances each week, including more than five sought-after Cirque du Soleil shows. Here’s all you need to know.
At the flagship MGM property, you can catch Cirque du Soleil magic in KÀ or illusions from David Copperfield. Enjoy the choreography of the Jabbawockeez dance crew, or check out Brad Garrett's Comedy Club for some laughs.
Fans of the King of Pop can head to Mandalay Bay for Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil. This tribute show combines Jackson’s many hit songs with impressive dance and acrobatics that would surely make the legend proud.
If you’re in Vegas for an adults-only weekend, don’t miss Zumanity by Cirque du Soleil at New York – New York. A popular show since 2003, Zumanity brings eroticism to life on stage with Cirque’s typical acrobatic finesse.
The Beatles Love by Cirque du Soleil is The Mirage's most popular show, but if you’d rather hear the songs of another boy band, check out Boyz II Men. For comedy, Terry Fator performs ventriloquism and celebrity impressions, while the Aces of Comedy series features rotating performers such as Jay Leno, Trevor Noah, and Kathy Griffin.
At Excalibur, listen to the sounds of the 1960s and ‘70s at The Australian Bee Gees Show: A Tribute to the Bee Gees, or get the party started at Thunder from Down Under, the Australian male revue. To dive into Excalibur’s medieval theme, check out the Tournament of Kings dinner experience.
Bellagio is home to one of Cirque du Soleil’s first Vegas shows — the perennially popular O. A water-themed extravaganza, it’s been here since 1998.
Visit Luxor to check out long-running performances from the Blue Man Group or Carrot Top, or see the illusions of Criss Angel at MINDFREAK LIVE by Cirque du Soleil. For something a little more Sin City, head to Fantasy, a topless female revue.
Monte Carlo is home to big but temporary residency shows, which vary throughout the year. Performers have included Cher, Ricky Martin, and George Strait.