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Arrived 10 minutes late to the show because of the massive queue at the box office (despite queuing 30 minutes prior to show. I didn’t realise that I had to exchange my mobile app tickets for paper ones, which required me to provide ID. I had already paid!!!!!! When we arrived at the venue, it was a “make shift” theatre, very disappointed. The Elvis Tribute Act was very good, he had an excellent voice. I would have liked to have danced but there was no room with the sad layout of the “theatre”. There wasn’t much of an atmosphere either. I think the ticket price of £30 was well overpriced. Definitely not value for money.
It could have been longer Only one comedian. He was funny but I expected more acts for the price. Enjoyed it though The down side is the communication of where to get tickets. We thought that e tickets were fine at the door as was not stated anywhere you had to go box office to get them. Printed before going in so made us late for the shoe. Bad advertisement and communication..
We went with our kids - ages 18 and 15. They absolutely loved it! The comedian could do a show of his own, the singing and dancing is best in class! Watching the acrobates close up in this small theatre was amazing as well! Great entertainment, nice tribute to many stars from past years and excellent value for money in Las Vegas! Well done!
Show was good, but the box office needs some organization. Preordered tickets and get a voucher and then wait on line while staff figures out what to do. Dampened a good mood that was looking forward to a fun night. For sure there is a better way, like Tickemaster!*,
Fun hour long trip down memory lane with Elvis although he did look more like Wayne Newton Entire audience was social distancing and most wore masks. Great bartender Laura serving up the drinks!