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Mirage Volcano, Las Vegas

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Known the world over for its iconic Strip-front feature, The Mirage has joined forces with legendary Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart, Indian tabla sensation Zakir Hussain and Fountains of Bellagio design firm WET to create an all-new audio/visual spectacle.
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  • We didn't time this, we just happened to be in front of it when it was going off. We were across the street from this scene and WOW was it cool. Those flames were HOT, we could feel the heat across....  more
    We didn't time this, we just happened to be in front of it when it was going off. We were across the street from this scene and WOW was it cool. Those flames were HOT, we could feel the heat across....  more »
  • This is worth the visit and wait but was incredibly hot with all the fire. Great picture opportunities. 
    This is worth the visit and wait but was incredibly hot with all the fire. Great picture opportunities.  more »
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  • The most iconic free show in Las Vegas since 1989. Arrive at least 30-45 minutes before the earlier shows if you want to be on the fence otherwise there will be layers of spectators. Showtimes are 8p, 9p, 10p and 11p. The spectacular production lasts about 5 minutes and you can even feel the heat from the volcano from across the water. I know that Vegas recreates itself to stay fresh and new but it’s going to sting a little when this quintessential landmark is no more.
  • Looks fantastic! Cascading waterfalls, gorgeous palm trees 🌴 classy interior, lots of different activities on site (apart from the gambling 😁). The aquarium in the lobby is huge and looks gorgeous. The erupting volcano outside is a magnificent site to see. It’s too bad that it won’t be there for long. The small pathways around the fountains present a great opportunity to escape the burning heat for a while and rest if you are strolling up and down the Strip. The staff in the lobby and the casino were very pleasant.

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