Last Updated on July 22, 2021
***O is opening July 1 – Book Tickets now
O Show Theater & Seating
The O Theater entrance has beautiful sculpture and artwork throughout. You feel as though you are passing through a museum before taking your seat.
Once inside, you can’t help but be in awe of the majestic blue glass ceiling, the height of the impressive red curtains, and the stadium seating. You feel as though you’ve been transported to an old-world European opera house.
The O seating map below shows the different sections and price levels. There are a few items worth noting.
Close, But Not Too Close
We sat in the lower orchestra, section 102 (just right of center), in row J (9 rows back), in seats 20 and 21, which are two seats in from the center aisle.
And, they were perfect! Here’s why…
The absolute best seats in the house are in that yellow section above called “The Golden Circle”, but these seats start at $180 each and go up to $250. Sometimes they are called “Producer Seats”.
If you are like my husband, and prefer an aisle seat for more leg room, you’ll pay extra at the O Theatre. So we compromised and went two seats in from the center aisle, so we still felt like we were in the middle of the action, without paying the Golden Circle/Producer or Aisle prices.
Seat numbers start at the right of each section (in the seating chart above) at number one and increase into the 20s as you move left in the row.
There is such a thing as being TOO close. If you’ve ever sat in the first row of the movie theater, you know the neck-craning needed to see a show like this.
The performers are very high in several acts, and you may want a little distance to be able to see the whole show. It’s a lot of take in, so having some perspective makes the show more enjoyable.
La Grande Experience
A VIP experience exclusively at O, which includes:
- Preshow reception with champagne and Hors D’Oeuvres
- Exclusive performer meet and greet
- VIP Suite seating complete with champagne and commemorative gifts
Ticket prices for La Grande Experience are around $450 each.
Wet Seats at “O”
Since O is a water show, there are “wet seats”. This is not like Sea World, though. You aren’t going to walk out of the theater completely soaked, but you could get splashed. The wet seats are the first three rows of all 5 lower orchestra sections – 101, 102, 103, 104, and 105.
Limited View Seats
The “Limited View” seats are the lowest priced ticket in the theater, and rightfully so. There are some restrictions to your view because of safety railings or the sharp angle of the view. These seats are found in rows A-E in sections 101 and 105, on the far right and left sections of the theater.
O Show Trailer Video
O Show FAQs
Box Office and Ticket Questions
What time does the Box Office open?
The box office opens at 9:00 a.m. daily. Please note, that purchased tickets (not vouchers) may also be picked up at the Bellagio Concierge desk, which opens at 6:00 a.m.
Where else may I purchase & pickup my tickets?
Tickets are available for purchase and pickup at any MGM Resorts box office and Concierge.
What is the price of an “O” ticket?
Pricing varies based on the category of ticket you wish to purchase. Excluding Taxes & Fees, prices range from $98.50 – $295.00. Limited view seating starts at $98.50 plus LET. Please note that prices are subject to change based on performance demand.
Does Bellagio offer any VIP or exclusive “O” experiences?
Yes, Bellagio has a variety of experiences you may add to your show. Please see the “O” page on Bellagio.com for full details and purchase of the following: VIP Suite Experience, “O” Dinner & Show Packages, and the “O” Insider Access Package & backstage tours.
Do I need an ID to pickup my tickets?
Yes. A valid, legal photo ID, along with the credit card (or other method of payment), is required for ticket pickup.
What does “LET” stand for on my ticket?
LET is the Live Entertainment Tax that is applied to all Live Entertainment in Las Vegas, Nevada. When you book your tickets online, it is included in the price of your ticket.
Theater and Seating Questions
What time do the doors open for seating?
Doors open 45 minutes prior to each showing.
How long is the “O” show?
90 minutes with no intermissions.
May we purchase drinks inside of the theater?
Beverages and edibles are available at the “O” concession stand inside of the “O” Theater lobby.
May we bring outside food & beverages into the “O” Theater?
All beverages must be in, or transferred to, a plastic container prior to entering the theater. Only food from the “O” concession stand is approved to enter the theater.
What are the show days and times?
Currently, “O” has two performances nightly, 7:00 p.m. & 9:30 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday, and is dark on Monday & Tuesday.
Dark Dates August 25, October 13, December 1-14.
Can we take photos and video of the performance?
No photography or video recording devices, including devices such as Google Glass, are permitted into the theater. The use of such devices is distracting and pose a risk to the performers, as well as other guests.
Does the theater have Accessible Seating?
Yes. Additionally, wheelchairs & accessible seats are available upon request at time of purchase, both online & at the box office.
O Show Questions
What is the inspiration for “O”?
“O” by Cirque du Soleil was inspired by the concept of infinity and the elegance of water’s pure form. “O” pays tribute to the beauty of performance and the theater. “O” was derived from the pronunciation of “eau”, the French word for water.
What type of performers are in “O”?
“O” is performed by a dynamic and diverse collaboration of performers. World-class acrobats, gymnasts, trapeze artists, synchronized swimmers, divers, and characters that perform in, on, and above the water. The cast of “O” features 75-90 performers that represent over 16 countries around the world. “O” has the most Olympic athletes of any Cirque du Soleil show.
Is “O” appropriate for children?
Yes, children 5 years and over will enjoy the acrobatics and diving of O. And, like all Cirque du Soleil shows, there are two characters that provide some fun comedic breaks in the action.
When did Cirque du Soleil’s “O” open?
“O” has performed exclusively at Bellagio since its opening on October 17, 1998.
What is the size of the “O” pool?
The pool of “O” is 25 feet deep and holds 1.5 million gallons of water.
O Show Tickets
Ticket prices starts at $99 per person and can be purchased at the following locations:
Location and Directions
Cirque du Soleil “O”
Bellagio Hotel and Casino
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Located between the Buffet and the Poker Room