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What is the dress code or attire for Las Vegas shows?

I don’t know if the shows or the seating make a difference but I am going to see Zumanity, David Copperfield, and Lance Burton all in the front row.
..Thanks in advance..

There is none! I went to see Cirque De Soliel’s ‘O" at the Bellagio this past June. Tixs were $137.50 and there were people in shorts, sneakers and tank tops.
Dress to your satisfaction. If you want to make it "a night on the town" and dress up, you won’t be alone. If you want to wear jeans… you won’t be alone there either. Its Vegas. Its about you, not them. That is always the rule there!

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8 Responses to “What is the dress code or attire for Las Vegas shows?”

  1. mbschlosser says:

    There is none! I went to see Cirque De Soliel’s ‘O" at the Bellagio this past June. Tixs were $137.50 and there were people in shorts, sneakers and tank tops.
    Dress to your satisfaction. If you want to make it "a night on the town" and dress up, you won’t be alone. If you want to wear jeans… you won’t be alone there either. Its Vegas. Its about you, not them. That is always the rule there!References :

  2. Robert C says:

    Well for those shows i would say Casual Dress up not like for a wedding but look nice. Have A great tripReferences : Also attending similar shows. And Being in Vegas about every 3 months.

  3. LadyLynn says:

    To be on the safe side: No shorts or flip flops. Jeans and sneakers are fine. Have fun~!! :) References : Vegas Resident since 1983.

  4. kristina55 says:

    Anything goes…literally. Anything from formal gowns and suits to people looking like they are homeless.

    You would think higher priced seats would make a difference, but not in Vegas. So, wear what you feel comfortable in. I wore heels, dressy shirt and dressy black pants, boyfriend wore button down polo and black slacks. Few seats away from us (thankfully) girl wore short, dirty shorts, nasty dirty t-shirt and crocs. she sat with her bare feet on the seat in front of her the whole time.

    The point is…there is no dress code! Just what you feel comfortable wearing. I personally would not have felt comfortable wearing jeans and a t-shirt, but that’s me.

    Enjoy the shows!References :

  5. Michael M says:

    casual. people out here do not really look at you they are too consumed with themselves.
    Wynn has some dress codes for restaurants. But for the most part, if you are clean and appropriate you can do anything you want.References :

  6. eric l says:

    Dressy casual is good for all of these. I have been to all of them. They especially approve of dressy casual if you have a lot of money.
    Some of the clubs and high end restraints are dress up but most of the places are not.References :

  7. Eugene says:

    you should go semi casual.References :

  8. Gail aka Babydoll says:

    casual to after five, depending on who you are going to see. Check with the sales person and or hotel to get the specificsReferences :

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