Treasure Island Pirate Show Review

Treasure Island Pirate ShowIf you are looking for things to do in Las Vegas for free, look no further and head straight to the famous Treasure Island Hotel on the strip. Every evening a series of swashbuckling events are taking place at the center stage of the Hotel and last about 18 minutes. Pirates, tempting sirens, swordfights and even explosions and fireworks are part of the spectacular Treasure Island Pirate Show that is sure to delight visitors of all ages, and, most importantly, it’s not going to cost you a penny.

Amazing choreography, skillful swordfights and masterful dancing form one of the most show-stopping event that happens nightly at 7, 8:30 and 10pm. During fall and winter months another daily show is added at 5:30pm. In the spring and summer visitors can enjoy a later 11:30 performance. Guests are advised to call ahead during bad weather to check show availability. Very often shows are canceled in case of rain, lighting or gusty winds. Strollers are not allowed in the viewing area of the Treasure Island Pirate Show, so guests should plan accordingly.

Rated one of the best among Las Vegas free shows, Sirens of Treasure Island will keep you entertained and take your breath away by an abundance of visual and sound effects, professionally executed stunts, high dives and tricks that create one of a kind show every night. In addition, beautiful female dancers add a sultry twist on a great pirate themed pop opera. The impressive cast of characters that consist of acrobats, aerial stuntmen, professional dancers and even a few opera singers create an unmatched show that is really hard to recreate. Performers have to execute their tricks in inclement weather and swim in the water that can reach the temperatures as low as 40F. The dancers and singers have the ability to rile up the audience and make them scream and do unexpected things like jumping in the water, for example.

This year new Treasure Island Pirate Show is celebrating its 5th anniversary which does not decrease the number of visitors that come to see the show again and again.

If you are unsure what to do in Las Vegas with kids, we give plenty of suggestions in our other article on the website and recommend visiting many Las Vegas attractions geared towards visitors with families like MGM Grand Lion Habitat, M&M’s world and paying a visit to Lied Discovery Children’s Museum in Vegas.