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Fountains of Bellagio – The magnificent spectacle of the ‘Dance of the Waters’

Las Vegas has many free attractions and one of the best and most popular is the Bellagio water dance(Fountains of Bellagio).


No tickets or reservations required. The show takes place free of charge in a huge lake in front of the Hotel-Casino Bellagio, allowing everyone to enjoy the gentle movement of the dancing waters.

The beauty of this show is appreciated by all ages. Children and adults alike are paralyzed by every detail of the performance, which, although beautiful during the day, becomes much more glamorous at night.

This free show has been featured in countless films, programs, photographs and articles about Las Vegas. There are 33 songs in all and each one has its own choreography and interpretation. Among the songs performed are those by Frank Sinatra, Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Elton John, the Beatles, Michael Jackson and Faith Hill.

Around $40 million was spent on this project. As Fontes do Bellagio pump fresh water from some wells previously drilled on the site. There are 1,214 computer-managed water emitters, which shoot jets of water up to 460 feet (140 meters) high. Musicians and choreographers were invited to design the sequence and pattern of the jets, which combined with more than 4,500 lights, provide an exquisite look never seen before.


Opening hours:

Monday to Friday:
From 3pm to 7pm – performances every 30 minutes;
From 7pm to midnight – performances every 15 minutes

Saturday, Sunday and public holidays:
From 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. – performances every 30 minutes;
From 7pm to midnight – performances every 15 minutes.

Note: On Sundays the shows start at 11 a.m. and hold presentations every 15 minutes for the “Fountains Brunch” in the restaurant Jasmine.

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