Las Vegas Show Rod Stewart: Member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and owner of the kind of hair that deserves recognition of equal magnitude, Rod Stewart brings his raspy voice, unrelenting sex appeal and endless talent to The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace. His Las Vegas show serves up his greatest hits, accompanied by a live band, backup singers and dancers. Stewart’s Las Vegas show is a tangible reminder of the magnificent heights of his artistic talent, justifying in full the reasoning behind over 100 million worldwide album sales.
Never missing an opportunity to entertain an audience, Stewart plays on the fact that he first aspired to be a soccer player, kicking balls into the crowd as he sings “Hot Legs.” He also performs an abundance of instantly recognizable classics such as “I Don’t Want to Talk About It, “Maggie May,” and “Tonight’s the Night (Gonna be Alright)” while a giant video screen provides a backdrop of images and video clips.
Stewart’s star remains at a lofty peak, part of a constellation of hits ready to be heard in a Las Vegas show guaranteed to be one of the best concert experiences on the Strip.
His success is as uncommon as the level of quality and vitality he’s retained over 5 decades of true musical artistry. Incredible demand for tickets to his Las Vegas show has producers scrambling to add new concert dates, and with the addition of 8 more bookings in the Spring of 2012, it’s beginning to look like he’s destined to weave that special sort of magic for a long time to come.