Watching the Sirens of TI in Las Vegas

Have you been to the “World’s Entertainment and Gaming Capital”? Las Vegas is indeed fabulous and I am a very lucky soul visiting it twice in my life. Thanks to my siblings for sponsoring my trip. There were so many things I experienced in that city especially its food and entertainment.

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the Sirens of TI in Treasure Island, Las Vegas, Nevada during my second visit last 2012.

One of my favorite shows is the Sirens of TI. The live, free show was intended to appeal more to adults by including singing, dancing, audio-visual effects, bare-chested pirates and attractive women in the large outdoor show. It was produced by Kenny Ortega.  I am not quite sure if they use a bass musical instrument during the show but if you wish to know what a bass is, you can click here.

It is sad to know that The Sirens of TI was closed on October 21, 2013. I got lucky to watch it during my visit in 2012. The closure was initially intended to be temporary, but in November 2013, it was made permanent, to the dismay of the show’s actors. The reason cited by Treasure Island was the construction of new retail space nearby.

 

2 Responses to “Watching the Sirens of TI in Las Vegas”

  1. Chubskulit Rose Says:

    NOw I don’t have the chance to see it, sigh. Lucky you sis.

  2. Claire Rafols Says:

    I can see that you are well traveled. I wish to be there. OMG!!

 

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