Who doesn’t love the music of The Beatles? From the early days playing in Liverpool, England and seedy bars in Germany to hit records and their psychedelic period, one thing remained constant with the super group. They were all about the music. It’s no wonder that Cirque du Soleil created The Beatles Revolution show that encompasses some of the Fab Four’s most memorable songs. However, they did more than that, and I’m sure glad that they did! Revolution Lounge, located at the Mirage Hotel and Casino, is the first lounge from Cirque du Soleil, and it is phenomenal.
To say that the music you can hear at Revolution is eclectic is a severe understatement. You can hear the DJs playing just about everything from rock mixes and hip-hop to music from the 70s through the 90s, and songs from today. The mash ups and mixes from the DJs is unlike anything that you are going to hear in other lounges around the city.
Here’s the thing though; you won’t just get DJs here. It also has live music on various nights of the week, which can expand your aural experience even more. Most of the live bands that play sets at the lounge are alternative; oftentimes they’re smaller bands too, which is definitely cool. You can go back on a few different nights, and you will see just how different the musical experience can be.
Music is great, and having quality music is an important factor to any lounge. However, music isn’t the only thing that you are going to love about the lounge. The style is unlike other venues, and you sure aren’t going to find anything that matches Revolution when it comes to aesthetics. The art design for the furnishings and the overall look of the club harkens back to the aesthetics of the wild 60s and 70s. Even though the décor is reminiscent, you’ll see that it is still thoroughly modern and offers interactive design elements. You are definitely going to have a good time.
Revolution Lounge is open until 4 AM. Head on over to the Mirage with your friends, take in the swanky furnishings and the groovy feel of the place, and just drift away and listen to the music with a cold drink in your hand. As John Lennon wrote in the classic psychedelic song Tomorrow Never Knows, “turn off your mind, relax, and float downstream”.
This article about Las Vegas Nightclubs was written by Valerie M.