Venue Details

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The Linq Theatre
3535 Las Vegas Blvd., South Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-777-2782
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"Matsuri"
171 ratings
4.6 average rating
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168 events
65 reviews
22 stars
attended Aug 07 2009

This show was a wonderful little gem in all the glitzy camp of the various other Vegas shows I've seen on the strip. We had great seats (up front in a comfortable booth..thx Goldstar!) and a clear view of all the amazing performers with their...continued

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16 reviews
14 stars
attended Mar 21 2010

OMG! What a surprise! I've seen 90% of all the big productions shows in Las Vegas and that includes all the Cirque Du Soleil shows but decided to take a change on Matsuri. Glad I did! If you don't see this show you'll miss one hell of a...continued

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1 review
8 stars
attended Nov 25 2009

Matsuri was an energetic and delightful show. A couple parts included audience participation in the form of clapping and shouting. The crowd was not too into it. Other than that, we had a great time. For the price, and availability of 4 pm...continued

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Description

Japan’s famed “Muscle Musical” returns to the Las Vegas Strip, as Matsuri has arrived at Imperial Palace.

Earning critical acclaim at the Riviera in 2006 and Sahara in 2007, Matsuri is a unique show that transcends language. No words are necessary, as highly skilled, athletic performers let their muscles do the talking. Costumes by world-famous designer Junko Koshino add to the visual spectacle of this showcase for traditional Japanese culture – with an original twist.

The 75-minute show features a cast of 18 Japanese athletes who perform stunts like Human Jump Rope, Judo Tango, Lion Dance and Foot Drums. Contagious energy and mesmerizing feats of strength send audiences home wide-eyed with grins sized to match.

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