Lance Burton - Worth the money?

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  1. mickeysgal

    mickeysgal <font color=blue>Orange you glad I like Knock Knoc

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    We'll be in Vegas with kids soon. Is it worth the $75/each? Is it an outstanding show where the kids will be awed?
     
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  3. madhttr

    madhttr Mouseketeer

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    I went to the lance burton show last march and I was blown away. It is totally worth the money. He does special things with kids and calls them up on stage. *when he says he only needs like 4 kids, send yours up, he ends up taking pretty much all the kids in the audience! Very dry sense of humor but an amazing magician!
     
  4. mickeysgal

    mickeysgal <font color=blue>Orange you glad I like Knock Knoc

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    How close is too close when seeing this show? I'm planning to buy the tickets and I can get second row main floor. Isn't that too close to see *everything*? Or is this better for this type of show?
     
  5. madhttr

    madhttr Mouseketeer

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    2nd row is fine. We sat 6th row and it was perfect!
     
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    Andrea DIS Veteran<br><font color=<009977>I couldnt decid

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    we were on the balcony and still loved it, we got the tickets for free and i would pay to go back also
     
  7. mickeysgal

    mickeysgal <font color=blue>Orange you glad I like Knock Knoc

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    How did you get the tickets for free?
     
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    PattiPB <font color=green>I'll be happy to learn the secre

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    It may matter to you...he is a good Christian man, and he does many good works in the community here.
     
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    Andrea DIS Veteran<br><font color=<009977>I couldnt decid

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    we sat through a two hour timeshare thing and we ended up getting 2 free tickets to lance burton 500.00 dollars to gamble on and 4 free buffets. they only wanted to give us 2 free show tickets... but my hubby got the rest out of them :rotfl: and then we bought nothing lol
     
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    mickeysgal <font color=blue>Orange you glad I like Knock Knoc

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    Actually that does matter to us. Thanks for letting me know.:)
     
  11. jemilah

    jemilah <font color=navy>Dreaming of Disneyland every nigh

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    We went in December and we were 2nd row, it was great , the kids had a ball and so did we. It is so nice to go to something the whole family can enjoy together. mY 7 year old ran up with about 20 other kids when he asked for 4 to come up , it was so funny. My son was wearing all black and Lance called him Johhny Cash..........my son loves Johnny Cash music and was thrilled! Well worth the money .
     
  12. mickeysgal

    mickeysgal <font color=blue>Orange you glad I like Knock Knoc

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    Were you toward the center of the 2nd row or way off to the side?

    The choice in seating that is currently available is second row all the way to the side or third row mezzanine right on the aisle (center).

    Opinions anyone? Its going to be so much money for all of us to see it, that I want to make the best decision.
     
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    jemilah <font color=navy>Dreaming of Disneyland every nigh

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    We were off to the side but the seats were still very good. The boys had no trouble seeing at all.
     
  14. RanStak65

    RanStak65 Earning My Ears

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    Lance Burton is a very enjoyable to show for both adults and kids. We sat in the second row and at one point during his act one of the birds he was using flew onto my shoulder (it was part of the act), and he came down into the audience and retrieved it! The shos is definately worth the money and a veritable bargain compared to other shows on the strip.
     
  15. TLinden16

    TLinden16 <marquee><font color=royalblue>Scotty and Ray at J

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    I saw Lance Burton from the front row a few years back, and I absolutely loved him. He has that sweet southern boy charm that will make women swoon. He did some tricks that really amazed me. I think the kids would love being that close to the action.
     

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