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Sirens show closed for good

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Sirens show closed for good

According to the LVRJ, employees have been notified that the Sirens Show at TI will not reopen. It has been closed since Oct 21st, supposedly for a revamp.

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You know what would work great in it's place? A show featuring a battle between the English Navy and pirates. Something along the theme of Treasure Island. You don't suppose they would be willing to consider this?

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Phil Ruffin is doing exactly what he did with the New Frontier. Cut costs to the bone and claim you are just trying to appeal to the more common traveler when the truth is he's just a cheap buzzard.

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Just back from Palazzo, and from what we could see they were dismanteling all the structure with heavy equipment.

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Just back from Palazzo, and from what we could see they were dismanteling all the structure with heavy equipment.

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DirtyErnie: Before you pick on poor Phil; Do you doubt for a second that MGM wouldn't have put another bar over-looking the Strip and selling $18 drinks in that space long ago? Or that CZR wouldn't be putting another casual over-priced restaurant with outdoor seating there?

Don't forget, even Steve Wynn considers the Bellagio Fountains (which draw visitors to the OUTSIDE of his hotel/casino) his biggest mistake.

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Hallelujah. Terrible show and even free, it wasn't worth the time. I did like seeing the fireworks pop from the Wynn windows.

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7. Re: Sirens show closed for good

Wonder where the pickpockets who had a field day there will take their business now...

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Real shame... fun free things seem to be going this way, just like the lions at MGM

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"Phil Ruffin is doing exactly what he did with the New Frontier. Cut costs to the bone and claim you are just trying to appeal to the more common traveler when the truth is he's just a cheap buzzard" I'm surprised he took this long to do it. Now for him to stop cleaning, repairing the place and watch the dump appear.

http://www.vegaschatter.com/story/2013/11/22/83458/580/vegas-travel/'Jaw-Dropping'+Changes+At+Treasure+Island

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KT - instead of a new bar or restaurant we get a chain drugstore across the street from their rival. Oooooh the excitement of that. TI probably could use more retail, but a Chevy dealership.is just a bizarre choice.

And Wynn's regret was not the fountains themselves, but rather their location.