The Best Accessible Shows to See in Las Vegas

A nationwide leader in disability access, there is nary a show in Vegas that doesn't offer specified wheelchair and mobility scooter seating, and it's usually pretty easy to book the seats online. Aside from wheelchair-designated seating, many venues offer to store wheelchairs if you prefer to transfer to a seat. Call the concierge in advance to confirm your preference and the ticket area they recommend.

Blue Man Group

Hosted in a wheelchair accessible, custom-designed theater at the Luxor casino, Blue Man Group combines music and comedy with lights and live interaction that's fun for all. Visitors will listen to booming drums and watch as they emit mystical rings. Plus, there are always lots of opportunities to interact with the Blue Men during or after the show. Suitable for children of all age, the show features pulsing sound and an updated show with new instruments and fresh bursts of color.

Le Reve The Dream

Suitable for children ages five and up, Le Reve the Dream has been recently reimagined with new music, costumes, and choreography. Its acrobatic fantasy world follows the protagonist, "The Dreamer" through a dream sequence in which she must choose between true love and dark passion. Set inside an aqua theatre in the round, showgoers can't believe their eyes. The show's new storyline continues to amaze, and the show has been voted "Best Production Show" in Las Vegas for eight straight years. Wheelchair-accessible seating is offered in the last row of each section, and wireless devices can be requested at the box office for the hearing impaired.

Mystere by Cirque du Soleil

Is it even a trip to Vegas if you don't see a Cirque du Soleil show? Located at Treasure Island, the Mystere theater is wheelchair accessible, and Treasure Island offers scooter rentals in the lobby if needed. Make sure you arrive on time, however, as late wheelchair guests will be admitted during intermission. A perfect event for the whole family, the show offers children of all ages, but note that children one and over need their own ticket (even if they'll be sitting on an adult's lap). The imaginative performance features a musical adventure complete with bright colors, stunning athletics, and upbeat characters. Visitors of any age will be jaw-dropped at the acrobatics, laugh at the gags, and enjoy the overall light side of life.

MJ Live at the Stratosphere

With plenty of ADA-certified, wheelchair-accessible seating, you won't want to miss this number-one Michael Jackson Tribute Concert, MJ Live. Relive the star's energy and talent with his all-time hits (like Bad, Billie Jean, Beat It, Smooth Criminal, and Dangerous) to a dazzling array of sound, lighting, and effects. The MJ Live band is accompanied by the super-talented, moonwalking MJ Live dancers. Plus, there's good news for families?any adult ticket comes with one free child admission. Children 6 and older are permitted at the show.

V - The Ultimate Variety Show

They don't call it "ultimate" for nothing. V - The Ultimate Variety Show really does offer something for everyone. The V Theater is located in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood hotel, and is extremely accessible. The theater provides complimentary wheelchair escorts for guests with special needs if requested, and escorts can be found at every entry point. There is accessible and disabled seating available throughout the theater in all price ranges, but guests who prefer to transfer to a seat from their wheelchair are welcome to do so. V Theater staff will store your wheelchair and make arrangements to return it at the end of the event.

Called seven shows rolled into one, the variety show offers a collection of fast-paced, high-energy acts mixed with daredevil stunts. The montage of unique short performances brings speciality acts (traditionally used as transitions between main performances) to the center stage.

Tournament of Kings

With the mantra to "eat, drink, and be rowdy," you'll delight in the time travel to medieval ages at Excalibur's Tournament of Kings. All ages are welcomed, and the evening is best enjoyed by visitors ages 5 and up. The ultimate dinner and a show, the Tournament of Kings is a live-action production adapted from the tale of King Arthur. Riding their mighty steeds, noble knights display their chivalrous honor aside pyrotechnic effects. Meanwhile, guests enjoy a feast of three courses with the most rudimentary of utensils: their hands. Like all MGM Resorts, Excalibur hotel prides itself on being as easy as possible to purchase accessible seating tickets, which can be ordered by phone or online.

Jabbawockeez at MGM Grand

Winners of MTV's first America's Best Dance Crew Challenge, Jabbawockeez are still mesmerizing audiences right here in Las Vegas. Their new show at MGM Grand is more dynamic than ever, offering a mix of awe-inspiring choreography and heart-pumping music to dazzling special effects, and as always, lots of audience participation and crowd interaction. The intricate dance moves have heralded the act as "Best Family Show" and "Best All-Ages Show." Lucky for families, there is no age restriction. In addition, MGM resorts make it easy to order ADA and wheelchair-access seating online or over the phone without any extra hassle.