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Elton John and The Red Piano finale

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The power of Elton John's music is multiplied when he takes the stage for The Red Piano.

The Red Piano is a show, permeated with rich iconic imagery, that provides a visual interpretation of the work of John and Bernie Taupin.

While the costumes may be a bit tamer, the set is visually stunning and the props and videos incorporated into the show are genuine to John's style. The content is geared toward mature audiences.

Catch Sir Elton's final show at Caesars Palace.

When: Sunday, April 6, 2008
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Where: Caesars Palace, 3570 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas

Cost: $131 - $296

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Concert, Piano, Rock, Las Vegas, The Strip

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Event posted March 11, 2008
Last updated April 23, 2009

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