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Taking in the Rod Stewart Show

Rod Stewart - Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/savannahgrandfather/8471903372/Rod Stewart puts on one of the best shows in Las Vegas as Caesars Palace every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This legendary rock start provides great entertainment and is returning for his second year in Vegas. The concert is high-energy with plenty of great songs from the five decades of music he’s created. Whether you come for the R&B classics or the iconic rock music, you’ll enjoy the entire show.

Stewart’s sets include popular hits, such as “Hot Legs”, “Broken Arrow”, “The Killing of Georgie”. “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”, “Maggie May” and so many others. This show give the audience bot the intimate look into Stewart’s music and the high impact entertainment fans have come to expect. You can’t find entertainment like this anywhere else in the world.

The soulful voice of Rod takes you on a journey throughout the performance. This how is part of an effort to springboard his soon to come autobiography detailing many of the sold-out concerts throughout the world. He’s been named to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, named as a GRAMMY Living Legend and was given the honor of Commander of The British Empire in 2007. He’s sold over 250 million albums and been nominated for 18 GRAMMY’S. In 2005, Stewart won the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Award.

With so much going on around the area, you can start with a great restaurant at Guy Savoy before the show. Many great dining options are available close by and after the show; you can enjoy an adult beverage in one of the many nightclubs close to Caesars Palace.

The show starts at 7:30pm and tickets are $49 plus tax and fees. If you plan to bring a group of 10 or more, you can contact the sales department for a group discount.