Mad Apple by Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas, NV
New York-New York Hotel & Casino • 3807 Las Vegas Blvd S. • Las Vegas, NV 89109
Mad Apple by Cirque du Soleil is an exhilarating concoction of New York-inspired acrobatics, music, dance, magic, and comedy for an unforgettable night out. Fully immerse yourself in the New York nightlife culture as performers blur the lines between circus and live entertainment—you'll feel like you're stepping into the city that never sleeps.
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Mad Apple by Cirque du Soleil is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes long. Best to arrive 30 minutes before showtime to catch the pre-show acts.
Mad Apple by Cirque du Soleil is performed at the New York-New York Hotel & Casino 3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109.
Mad Apple by Cirque du Soleil contains adult language and themes during its comedy segments that are inappropriate for a younger audience, so children below 16 years are not permitted into the theater. Adults must accompany guests under 18 years adult.
To emulate a New York nightclub, one of the unique features of Mad Apple is a bar set on its stage. Audience members can grab a drink from the stage bars before showtime and witness up-close magic while waiting for the show to begin.
The show will have a rotating cast to infuse new talent multiple times yearly.
Yes, the theater is wheelchair-accessible. If you require accessibility assistance at the venue, please make a note while placing your order for Mad Apple by Cirque du Soleil tickets.
Yes, there is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible seating available in Mad Apple by Cirque du Soleil. Most are located in the last rows in Category C, D and E. These areas are for guests with a wheelchair and their companions, so please note that the location may not have a seat.
There is no dress code, so feel free to wear something you'll be comfortable wearing.
Only food and beverage from the concessions area can enter the theater.
Seating begins one (1) hour before showtime. Guests must be in their seats no later than 15 minutes before the start of the show, or seating cannot be guaranteed.