Going To Vegas

2901 Las Vegas Blvd


Occupying a low key corner of the Las Vegas Strip on the far north end, this anything but low key hotel with its star studded exterior is the perfect bridge between the mega resorts of the Strip to the south and the old school Vegas casinos of Downtown just to the north. It is one of the older hotels on the Strip and has been a favorite of visitors for over 50 years. Some of Hollywood’s most iconic Vegas hits have been filmed here like “Ocean’s 11,” the original version and Martin Scorsese’s “Casino.” It is home of all kinds of popular entertainment and not least among these is DAO – The Asian Celebration.

This show features some of the most amazing acrobatics on in Las Vegas all with a uniquely Asian theme. Viewers are immersed in a world of rich Chinese tradition, mystery, and creativity. Along with the acrobatic stunts it features dance, martial arts of course, and beautiful costumes. All of this on a stage designed perfectly for the occasion and set to beautiful Asia-inspired music. It is described as “mind and body in motion” – a bit understated for considering the amazing acrobatic feats you will witness during the show.

HoursTickets are $39.99 general admission, $59.99 preferred, and $69.99 for a VIP ticket. Prices may vary and special group rates may be available.
Dress CodePlays nightly at 7:30 p.m. except on Tuesdays. It is located at the Mardi Gras Theatre on the third level of the casino.