Those hoping to catch a few shows when visiting the dazzling city of Las Vegas, Nevada, will be happy to find a number of exciting choices. If comedy is your thing, take advantage of acts such as Ray Romano, Joan Rivers, and George Lopez. If music is your thing, check out Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, or Legends in Concert.
Let’s not forget about Elton John, who also has a show to offer those who come to Las Vegas. Elton John has been making popular music for many years, and has received numerous awards of achievement for his incredible work. John boasts 35 gold albums, 25 platinum albums, and has sold more than 250 million records across the globe.
He is most well known for his elaborate costumes and, of course, his unmatched talent with the piano. Both of these elements will be featured in his Vegas show, and to a level that has never been seen before.
The Elton John Million Dollar Piano show is named after the musical centerpiece of the show, which is John’s magnificently expensive piano. The instrument was designed and produced by Yamaha, and is a truly unique piece.
The million dollar piano took four years to complete, and uses advanced technology to combine visual art with music. The result is a spectacular piano that is sure to impress audiences with its clear sound and special style. While the million dollar piano deserves the name of one-of-a-kind, a second will actually be made to auction at a charity event when the show finishes.
In addition to Elton John and his piano, a band will be performing the songs with John. His band includes impressive talent such as Davey Johnstone on guitar, and Bob Birch on bass. All of these men together create an unforgettable show that will get the audience standing, singing, and dancing in the aisles.
The Million Dollar Piano show will open on September 28, 2011, and will run on 16 nights throughout the following month. The show will be somewhat of a sequel to John’s first Las Vegas production, the Red Piano, which was also designed in collaboration with Yamaha.
Elton John will be performing with his unique piano at Caesars Palace hotel and casino. He is one of many great performers that will take the stage at The Coliseum, and tickets are already available to take advantage of this opportunity.
Ticket prices range from $55 on up to $250, depending on how close you’d like to be to the stage. There is a limit in place of eight tickets per order, and tickets are available through the Caesars Palace Box Office, online, or by phone.