5 EXTRAVAGANT WAYS TO SEE SHOWS
See a show like everyone else or kick it up a notch with these extra-special perks meant just for VIPs.
Jennifer Lopez “All I Have”: Planet Hol-
lywood Resort, 702.777.2782 While ordinary people can see Jenny from the Block sing “On The Floor,” “Get Right” and “Love Don’t Cost A Thing” starting at $59, shell out $1,030 for a meet-and- greet with the pop star that includes a photo op, an autographed special- edition Jennifer Lopez poster and -VIP seats at a table set center stage with a free bottle of Moet & Chandon Imperial among the perks.
”O” BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL: Bellagio,
866.439.9272 Score opera-house style seating, treats, private cocktail service and more for a group of up to four while watching this acrobatic and aquatic show. The box seats even have curtains for privacy.
“Le Rêve—The Dream”: Wynn Las Vegas,
702.770.9966 Aside from VIP seats, this show named for a Pablo Picasso painting offers a private backstage tour, a SDI Certified SCUBA training session with the “Le Rêve—The Dream” diving team and the opportunity to watch a live show while diving the 1.1 million gallon aqua theater.
Blue Man Group:
Luxor, 702.262.4400 Go behind the velvet rope with members of Blue Man Group during a 90-minute tour on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays before the first performance of the night. Guests get up close and personal with some of the equipment, instruments and props that appear in the show for an extra $55 per ticket during the nightly sound check with the cast and crew from that evening’s performance.
“The Beatles Love” by Cirque du Soleil:
Mirage, 866.439.9272 Head back to the ’60s to see the props and costumes behind the stage of this ode to the Fab Four. Guests go under the stage, and even 52 feet above the stage, as well as see the staff’s gym and green room. Some performers—in costume and maybe even with make up on—are on hand as well.