Lance Burton has won "Best Magician" for 11 years in a row from the Las Vegas Review-Journal and his show is a great choice for families visiting Las Vegas. He performs at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino Tuesday through Saturday. A description of the show says, "His hand tricks are absolutely flawless and his ability to make a convertible vanish into thin air will blow you away."
If you grew up in the 70s and remember ABBA and other musical acts from that period, you'll enjoy "Mamma Mia," a love story that is built around the music of ABBA. This family-friendly musical plays at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, and is open to children who are at least 5 years of age.
Legends in Concert at the Imperial Palace offers more great family entertainment with impersonators who look and sound like superstars from the past and present. Sit back, watch, be amazed, and see if you can tell the difference. This show is friendly to children age 2 and over and is a show that most children seem to enjoy. It plays twice each evening from Monday through Saturday.
At Treasure Island, you can find the wonderful Mystere by Cirque du Soleil. This show has delighted audiences around the world and is sure to please even the most difficult to impress in your group. This act consists of 72 dancers, singers, and acrobats and a somewhat misguided clown. Mystere plays Friday-Tuesday with two shows a night.
Celine Dion is back for another run at Caesar's Palace, and this show is open to adults and children 5 years and older. This show is more than just an ordinary concert - it's a musical experience led by one of the best performers in the business, and it's great for families to enjoy together. You can catch Celine Dion Tuesday through Saturdays.
If none of the shows mentioned above have sparked your interest, be sure to check out some event listings. No matter what the musical preferences in your family are, there is probably a Vegas show that will appeal to everyone in your group.