Vegas is known for it's amazing shows and fabulous dining so it's a no-brainer to combine those and make the best Las Vegas dinner shows and believe it or not, most are very affordable. The longest playing Dinner shows in Vegas have been around for over a decade, like Tournament of Kings. Feast on our dinner shows below:
Not only is Tournament of Kings one of the best shows in Vegas, but it’s also one of the longest running shows too. Tournament of Kings transports audiences into the legendary realm of King Arthur. Forget the average ‘dinner and a show’ night out: this is an immersive and interactive experience like no other. The theater-in-the-round arena hosts valiant knights on horseback jousting for their honor while you enjoy a hearty three-course meal eaten medieval-style: sans utensils!
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Combining a wide array of entertaining acts from around the world, “V - The Ultimate Variety Show” delights audiences with special effects, magic acts, side-splitting comedy, visual arts, acrobatic performances, and much more. Although many Vegas shows enthrall audiences with comedic standup, acrobatic feats, or got-your-nose antics, “V - The Ultimate Variety Show” covers the entire spectrum of entertainment, providing a diverse collection of performances sure to please any disparate group of individuals. Performers of the rotating cast include hand-balancers Iouri and Gabor, Melinda The First Lady of Magic, the skating daredevil duo The Skating Aratas, Turf from America’s Got Talent, and the Quiddlers from NBC’s I Can Do That.
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During the 1960s, the Rat Pack - Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin brought fame and recognition to the city as both an entertainment capital and gambling destination during their run inside the Copa Room at the Sands. Today, audiences can relive the revelry and timeless music of the Rat Pack era in the show The Rat Pack is Back at Tuscany Suites. Vegas dinner show tickets includes VIP seating and dinner at Tuscany Gardens.
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No, it's not your average bachelor's view of saying "I do." Marriage Can Be Murder is an award-winning interactive comedy and murder mystery dinner experience where the audience members become part of the show. If you liked the movie "Clue," then this is a dinner show that you will want to sink your teeth into. Anyone can be a suspect as actors are not readily apparent among the seemingly innocent guests. You might be seated next to another patron or maybe even the murder suspect, but only time will tell as the night unravels and more clues are revealed. Guests are seated at banquet tables. Salad and warm rolls are served first, followed by an entrée with your choice of chicken or beef and ice cream for dessert. DD, a sometimes ditzy and sometimes clued-in blonde, is your host for the evening. DD assigns some guests roles including doctor or pallbearer who are called to service each time someone is murdered.
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It's time to drag until you drop, the queens of the scene are here to take you for a wild ride as you eat and drink yourself silly. Queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Shannel, Coco Montrese, and Yara Sofia will slay the stage as they ‘lip sync for [their] life.’ There are no señores on this stage, only glamazons who are fierce AF, so grab a front row seat because this is the closest you'll ever get to royalty. Did we mention that this brunch has an open bar? Bye girl bye, it's time to get your drank on. But don't get sloppy because if you become a busted hussy and lose your wig, these queens will throw shade your way and use you as a prop in their gig. Sissy that walk down to Señor Frogs for their weekend Drag Brunch, this is the only werk we want you to do on the weekend. The ladies will drop the hottest of hits to get your day fired up and ready for action. You might be stumbling out of brunch but we can be certain you will have one helluva good time. Can I get an amen?
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You're invited to so much more than dinner. The Mayfair Supper Club is inspired by top supper clubs around the world. It promises not only a feast for the senses with impeccable presentations, flavor profiles and spirit selections, but a return to the glamorous eras of Las Vegas and old New York set against the Fountains of Bellagio. In all the best ways, The Mayfair is anything but the usual.
Granted, this isn't the production show you're likely here for but we can't skip Lake of Dreams because we think it's worth the visit. This multimedia show blends colorful puppetry, an immersive soundtrack and state-of-the-art sound and lighting to create an unforgettable water attraction spectacle. Sparkling with 5,500LED lights, the 3-acre Lake of Dreams is framed by a 90-foot performance waterfall and 1,500 pine trees, the backdrop for sensational visuals. Did we mention it's free?
If you've been to Vegas before you know about Bellagio Fountains and you also know that there are a few ideal dinning spots for watching this magnificent production. For a high-elevation view Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris offers spectacular views of the fountain show. Witin Bellagio try dinner at one of four fountain restaurants: Lago, Picasso, Le Cirque and Prime Steakhouse.