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Mystere Overview

Cirque du Soleil has found the best place to introduce new shows and that place is Las Vegas. That is part of why so many Cirque du Soleil shows are playing in Vegas. Of course, each show is distinct and has its appeal, the same is true of the Cirque du Soleil show. You will step into the story, which is in an entirely different world then this one.

All of your greatest fantasies will play out at Treasure Island. You will get to be a part of this amazing show the next time you travel to Las Vegas. Mystere has been named the Best Production Show, an honor it has received eight times from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The cast is made up of an international crowd of performers. There are 72 different members of the cast, who perform championship level acrobatics, dance routines, and songs. Some of the cast members are musicians, as well.

Mystere Vegas

Mystere has received critical acclaim from around the world. In fact, the Chicago Tribute has said it is "one of the most innovative and exciting shows to be seen anywhere". It is hard to argue with the success of Cirque du Soleil. Mystere has been called many things in its time on the Las Vegas stages. It is edgy, exotic, fresh, original, brilliant, powerful, graceful, colorful, and a true spectacle.

Two shows play Saturdays through Wednesdays. The theater is dark on Thursday and Friday. The beautiful setting has become a favorite of those who live in and travel to Las Vegas. Mystere is directed by Franco Dragone. The show plays at the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino.

The show first premiered back in 1993. You must have a photo I.D. available when you come. Make sure you get your tickets in advance, this has become one of Cirque du Soleil’s most popular shows with over 5 million audience members since it first debuted.

Mystere show preview

Our Rating

rating 5

Kids Friendly

rating 5


Treasure Island Hotel and Casino

Show Times

Saturday - Wednesdays 7:00PM & 9:30PM


90 minutes (approx.)

Age restriction





Production Show

Seating Chart

Mystere seating chart

Upper section seatings are $82 ; Lower section seating is $104.50. The Theater is very big therefore it worth to buy the lower section tickets, all the middle rows are sold out weeks in advance so book your ticket as early as possible. Discounted for active military, and children under 12 years old: $47.50, $37.50 and $30.00.

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Mystere Reviews

Overall Rating: based on 5 reviews
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  • Craig C.

    Brightly colored characters

    Brightly colored characters reflecting underworld suggestiveness and attire accomplish their impressive feats while a dark score reminiscent of the most horrifying scenes in the Omen movies relentlessly drones on in the background. I needed a shower, but this is Las Vegas, so I suppose it fits.

  • Ashley L.

    Amazing show

    Mystere is an amazing show despite past reveiws. The comedy in it is a good break from the beauty in the show. The flexabilty, the music, the characters will touch your heart and leave you breathless. Mystere true meaning is the "celebration of life" and that it truely is.

  • Rosanne K.

    Veryyyy Interesting

    The show was amazing but very strange at the same time. It wasn't my first pick for cirque but the others were sold out at the time we were there. Veryyyy Interesting.

  • Anthony U.

    Reminded me of a adult movie

    This show reminded me of a adult movie… Chinese pole climbers: check. Russian twin brother on top of Russian twin brother: check. Just like a bad adult movie (lesbian scene: check, threesome: check), this show didn't flow. It more like a series of events that followed a checklist.

  • Britney R.

    Mystere has a great reputation

    Mystere has a great reputation – I believe it's partly deserved. True, the acrobatics are amazing. The performers defied my sense of gravity and flexibility. I especially liked when they wore face masks on the backs of their heads. However, the entire show left me feeling disjointed. There was a clown at the beginning of the show – he was incredibly entertaining but he got the crowd in the mood for a sporting event. He threw popcorn and sat in people's laps. Then Mystere began and it was a beautiful, artsy performance. As soon as I got out of football game mode, I was taken by artsy mode. Then the clown came back at halftime and got the crowd ready for a football game again. Then the artsy stuff came back. I felt like the creator of the show didn't know which way to take it: comedy-artsy-comedy-artsy.