Tuesday, November 9, 2010


Unfortunately, the Vegas run has ended.  I not only consider myself extremely lucky to have seen it back in 2006, but greatful to have gotten onstage during "Saturday Nights Alright For Fighting"...  I still cannot believe what a rush that was! 


He has survived the ups and downs of musical stardom for over 30 years. Commercially, creatively, on stage and on record, Elton John is a legendary artist — one who is still as relevant as ever.

Elton John's finely honed stage presence, a winning factor in targeting his tunes straight into the heart of America, is excess incarnate. In The Red Piano, the showy costumes are replaced by incredible video imagery and stage props, yet the end result is unmistakably classic Elton John.

Gregarious, show-stopping, outlandish and unforgettable. Words that could be Elton John as much as they are Vegas. Together with photographer David LaChapelle, Elton John has created The Red Piano — a career overview performance you won't soon forget.

The Red Piano takes the audience inside Elton John's world. LaChapelle creates a dreamscape dripping with rich imagery of Hollywood and Las Vegas icons — each moment created to give the viewer a new, three dimensional interpretation of Elton John and Bernie Taupin's most memorable recordings.

Don't miss your last chance to see this cultural and musical icon as he closes out his spectacular five-year run at Caesars Palace. One final engagement remains at The Colosseum in the show that USA TODAY called "the future of Las Vegas entertainment."

Please note that The Red Piano is designed with a Vegas theme and mature audiences in mind. The video imagery that accompanies the music may at times be considered risqué, and includes montage style scenes that include brief frontal nudity. The Video content is designed within the context of the songs and overall theme of the show.

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