The only Las Vegas performers who don't show their faces star in this rare show, one that greatly appeals to the younger nightclub demographic. The masked hip-hop dance collective has steadily improved its showmanship and expanded its appeal since it settled on the Strip in 2010. There's plenty of breakdancing, but the Jabbawockeez also make like lounge crooners and Motown stars and wrap their show in positive themes of brotherhood and inclusiveness. A cozy 830-seat theater opened with the new show in 2013, putting at least a third of the audience right on top of the action. Imaginative video and multimedia effects give it all a funhouse vibe.
Luxor, 3900 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States
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