Bellagio Fountains: Dancing Waters from Heaven


With everything going on around you in Las Vegas, have you ever really stopped to watch a whole performance of the Bellagio Fountains? If not, you must do yourself this favor and if so, you already know it’s worth watching over and over again, so be sure to make time for it. I first fell in love with the fountains to Andrea Bocelli’s “Time to Say Goodbye”, it gave me chills that I will always remember and I have been hooked ever since. The creative genius and engineering behind this water, music and light spectacle have made it one of the top attractions in Vegas to be admired and enjoyed for free by all, day or night. The song choices change up occasionally, this time it was “Luck Be a Lady,” and the sound system will blow you away regardless of which tune they play. The carefully choreographed streams of water dance elegantly and gracefully, swaying from side to side and also powerfully as they shoot up with full force into the sky, in an interpretive dance of sorts against the unforgettable backdrop of the Las Vegas Strip.



You can view it up close and personal right from the street in front, simply step outside the lobby of the Bellagio after shopping, dining, drinking, gambling or admiring the breathtaking Chihuly sculptures or perhaps you are lucky enough to have a room at the Paris that is facing the Bellagio, then you can peer out your window from the comfort of your own hotel room! Every 30 minutes in the afternoons and every 15 minutes at night, you have no excuse for missing a performance or two. From the moment it starts until the moment it ends you are mesmerized by the overwhelming beauty. Truly a stunning sensory experience! Pure magic and class! Only in Vegas! LOVE IT!



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