Las Vegas Logue |
Home Las Vegas Airfare Accomodation Attractions What to do in Las Vegas Travel Guide

Entertainment at Treasure Island Hotel and Casino

Treasure Island Hotel and Casino (TI) is home to two incredible shows: Mystere by Cirque du Soleil and Sirens of TI.

Mystere by Cirque du Soleil

mystereThe classic Cirque du Soleil show takes place at TI from Saturday through Wednesday (dark on Thursday & Friday) at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Special offers are available (such as Mystère Holiday Offer for $60 if you book by March 31, 2010) and there are also packages which can be bough. The Mystere Dinner Package costs $67 if you have dinner at The Buffet at TI or $129 if you choose Phil’s Italian Steak House, Isla Mexican Kitchen or Khotan. Ticket price range from $60 to $109 depending on the category

>>read more details about the Restaurants at Treasure Island

Mystere is a classic Cirque du Soleil show, which combines breathtaking acrobatics and powerful athleticism in order to fire your imagination. The show has been honored eight times as “Best Production Show” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The cast of 72 performers does its job well. The story integrates the actors in order to capture the complexity of life. The magical word and the fantasy land blends well with the exciting circus acts, while the music completes the psychedelic atmosphere. The fantastic characters offer a very interesting view of life and add to the uniqueness and weirdness of the show.

Mystere is a voyage of life, where the past, present and future blend and all the emotions converge. It inspires us all to hope, but it can easily be describe as a tragedy as well. And just like it happens in life, despite everything, we always survive.

Sirens of TI

sirensIt is a free outdoor show in front of the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino entrance, which takes place daily at 5:30 p.m. (winter only), 7:00 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 10:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. (summer only).

During the show, the Sirens of TI lure band of renegade pirates into their cove with their melodies. The 17th century story is very well presented with the aid of the 21st century songs, dance, danger and seduction.

The 18-minute show started life as the Battle of Buccaneer Bay show which was turned into something way more interesting and tempting. The show is definitely light and very suitable for street theater, attracting young crowds. The performers are different each night so it doesn’t get boring for anyone. The special effects combined with the picture-perfect fireworks at the end make the show really worth watching.