At the Mirage, Las Vegas, NV, 89109
Type: Clubs And Lounges
Taking Cirque showmanship and combining it with Light Group's nightlife expertise was a risky move, but it paid off.
Revolution at The Mirage was the first of many collaborations between the two Vegas giants, and is based upon Cirque's very own Beatles-based “LOVE” show, also in The Mirage.
The venue offers both a full-fledged nightclub, as well as a separate bar/lounge area, giving you options for exactly the kind of night you want to have.
Not just a bar with Beatles junk plastered all over, Revolution carries on the spirit of the band in a modern, subtle way. Expect lots of rounded, polished white surfaces, a shiny bar top and seating located inside the letters of the massive "REVOLUTION" sign (which faces the rest of the resort, announcing its presence to the world at large).
The bar hours are longer than the club's hours, so you can still stop by for a drink or two without hitting the club.
The nightclub in the back maintains a lot of that same look, but gets a bit darker with multicolored nightclub lighting as is the norm in Las Vegas. Lots of psychedelic columns prop up the seating, which is scattered about the venue and faces either the bar or dance floor areas.
It's a smaller venue compared to some of the megaclubs in town, but still feels plenty roomy when it's packed on the weekends.
VIP seating is located toward the sides of the DJ booth and the back, just past the bar. Even the tables are more fun than at your average nightclub, letting VIPs draw on the surface with their hands and interact with objects projecting onto the club's light-up columns.
See, Revolution has a lot of subtle Beatles elements, from the trippy video screens, to the "diamonds" in the sky...but it captures the band's best qualities by avoiding any direct theming and cheesiness. Revolution does its own thing, just like the Beatles did in their day and age.