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Beatles Show Las Vegas – BeatleShow!

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Want to see a real Beatles show in Las Vegas? The Beatleshow! tribute show brings back all of the nostalgia and aura of Beatlemania with real live music. You get to see John, Paul, Ringo, and George perform all of their best hit songs like,”Sergeant Peppers,” “Twist and Shout”, “Hard Days Night,” “Hey Jude,”and “I Want to Hold Your Hand.”

All the music of the Beatles is performed live on stage with no music tracks or recordings, to provide Beatles fans  with exciting renditions of all of their favorite songs. Rolling Stone said this show is, “The most entertaining Beatles show in the universe.”

The show starts at 5:30 PM nightly inside the SAxe theater located in the Miracle Mile shops at the Planet Hollywood Hotel. The Fab Four performs live each night from Friday to Wednesday and is dark on Thursday.

BeatleShow! is open to all ages and dinner packages are available for purchase. Drinks are served in the showroom at the full service bar.

3663 Las Vegas Blvd. South Suite 360
Las Vegas, NV 89109
V Theater Box Office: 702-260-7200
Theater is inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas, NV.

Showtimes: 5:30PM

Ticket Price:  From $49.99 – $79.99

Buy Tickets to Beatleshow! by clicking here to check prices and purchase.

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3 Responses to “Beatles Show Las Vegas – BeatleShow!”
  1. Sire says:

    Too bad it wasn’t showing while we were there 🙁 Speaking of show dates you forgot to mention when the show starts?

  2. Brooke [admin] says:

    Hi Sire, thanks for stopping by… I appreciate the heads up about the show times for Beatlesshow. I added the info to the article 🙂

  3. Mr. Mustard says:

    Was at River Rock and saw this atrocity – from mistakes almost every song from botched Drum fills, mistakes from someone trying to relearn bass left handed – just play righty and play good! The visual impresses for a second and the playing disappoints for 2 hours – hard to describe combination of cabiret cruise liner style intercut medleys like the horrendously jaw dropping watching a train wreck Harrison ‘suite’ with goofy segues and frighteningly embarrassing botched guitar licks and timing/phrasing.
    I was left stunned that they had the gall to present this and take money for it.

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