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Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

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Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

Staying at the Mirage 6/17-6/20. I've been many times but bringing daughter for her first. I never go to shows anymore, cause I go with the boys to watch football.

Any suggestions for a good show to see with her. Not looking to spend $100 a ticket, but open. Thought about Penn and Teller, but not sure I can take any of his politics.

Was going to do some freebies too: Venitian fountain, big Elvis (love Bills), Pirate show at TI..

She loves sports, so we'll be betting on baseball and hoops too.

Also, any good mid strip ideas for sushi and italian food?

Thanks.

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1. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

Mystere is generally well liked and reasonably priced. If she's never been to Vegas and never seen Cirque she will likely enjoy it. It's also close by.

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2. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

LeReve would be my choice although I think there is a Summer of Cirque promotion on right now that would get you some good ticket prices on the Cirque shows.

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3. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

Plan a day to see the wax museum at the venetian believe it or not 21yr olds really enjoy it also plan a late night helicopter ride through Heli tours she would really enjoy that after dinner

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4. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

LOVE is amazing, of course.

And re Big Elvis -- I love Bill's too, but Big E has now moved to the Piano Bar at Harrah's. Which is even closer to you, actually.

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5. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

More hints, we both love Daniel Tosh. She loves country music. Not sure she's a Cirque girl. Thanks for suggestions, keep them coming.

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6. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

Carrot Top at Luxor is very funny and reasonably priced.

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7. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

Carrot Top is my vote, if you like comedy. Even if you think you don't like him, you will. I was shocked, very pleasantly, that he was hilarious and good for all ages.

Fountain is at Bellagio. ;)

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8. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

If you go to a cirque show, take advantage of the summer or cirque promo for discounted tickets.

cirquedusoleil.com/en/…

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9. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

Will look at Carrot Top. Also, how about George Wallace, Mac King or Nathan Burton??

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10. Re: Help: trip to Vegas with 22 year old daughter - her 1st time

I loved Mac King, but it's been quite a few years since I went. Worth a ticket and you can often get 2 for 1, but it's not a big vegas production or anything like that. Nathan Burton is so-so. If you get the coupons they hand out frequently for the free or $10 tickets, it's worth killing some time there, but I wouldn't plan my trip around it for sure. Can't help you with country music. Not my thing so will let others chime in on that.