This show took you on an artistic and spiritual journey of the

The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil is coming to an end after a spectacular 18-year run on the Las Vegas Strip.

The colorful advertisement for the show that’s spread out on The Mirage‘s top portion of the building will soon be peeled off. The website for The Beatles LOVE show says the last performance will be on July 6. Although the show was originally going to close on July 7, Ringo Starr’s birthday, an earlier press release from Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group stated.

The show will go dark due to The Mirage rebranding itself as the Hard Rock Las Vegas. USA Today reported that rumors of the show closing started about two summers ago, “when MGM Resorts International offloaded The Mirage – home to the show and its $100 million custom-built, sonically superior 2,013-seat theater – to Hard Rock International.”

The show opened the curtains on June 30, 2006, Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group‘s website states.

“LOVE is a Rock ‘n’ Roll poem, a magical mystery tour into the heart and soul of The Beatles music through an exploration of the aesthetic, political and spiritual trends of the 1960s,” the LOVE website says.

The Beatles LOVE: How The Show Came To Be

The Associated Press reports that more than 11.5 million people have seen the show. LOVE’s website also says the show’s origin blossomed from a friendship between Guy Laliberté, Cirque du Soleil’s founder and George Harrison.

Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison have celebrate the show and the milestone anniversaries. The show has evolved throughout the years to adapt to the changing landscape of live theater and performance.

The Show Transports You To A Technicolor Dream Of Beatlemania

The show fully cloaks you in a beautiful score of The Beatles’ hits and cult-followed songs like “Love Revolution,” “Octopus’s Garden,” “Eleanor Rigby,” and so much more.

The show is a compilation of trapeze, Russian swing performances, tumbling, acrobatic gymnastics, slow-motion aquatic ballet, ariel contortionist acts and more., It’s a rainbow and mixture of foundational circus disciplines with a sprinkle of contemporary choreography and acting.

Your eyes are glued to the stage the entire time. Each part of the stage peppers in a different part of the plot with the acts, dancers and more — it all comes together in beautiful synergy to create a full story about the immaculate story of The Beatles.

Cheers to a great 18-year run of amazing dancing, constant innovation and the sharing of The Beatles with the world. We will always LOVE The Beatles LOVE show. It’s a part of Vegas history and became a mainstay on the glittering Strip.

But with many Las Vegas icons, all good things must come to an end. The show is a homage to Vegas’s past, present and future. We’re growing and becoming something different each deace. But, at the end of the day, all we need is love.

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