Vegas Shows – Rod Stewart Begins Two-Year Run at Caesars

Vegas Rod Stewart

Can a 66-year-old man kicking soccer balls into the crowd and singing songs about legs and sexiness fill up 52 shows in two years? We’re all about to find out. Legendary entertainer Rod Stewart began his two-year run at Caesars Wednesday with a show simply titled, “The Hits,” featuring nine of his very best songs, including “Hot Legs,” “You’re in My Heart,” and “Every Picture’s Worth a Story.” Stewart is backed by a nine-piece band and three vocalists, and has massive LED screens and a smaller one in front of him. He even kicks soccer balls into the crowd during “Hot Legs,” a tribute to the Celtic Football Club he enjoys supporting. Stewart, who has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, will be playing at the Colosseum during the next two years on and off, and we wish him the best. For more information and hotels, check out our link to Caesars.

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Rod Stewart in Las Vegas

Rod Stewart signed a two year agreement with Caesars Palace to join the rotation of headliners at the Colosseum.  Rod Stewart will perform close to 50 shows over the next two years.

Stewart also said do not expect anything less than “Balls-to-the-wall rock ‘n’ roll”.  He also stated “there’ll be no dancing ladies, no midgets, no magicians, no puffs of smoke or any of that”.

Stewart already played at the Colosseum in November 2010 as a trial engagement.  It looks like both sides were happy and now Rod Stewart has signed a two year agreement.

The show will feature four decades of Stewart’s hits, including Do Ya Think I’m Sexy and Maggie May, with a few blues songs intermixed.

Stewart is pleased to be at Caesars Palace.  The 4000 seat Colosseum will make the show more intimate.  During the show in November Rod Stewart went down into the crowd and invited fans onto the stage.  If you like Rod Stewart you will not be disappointed, he will give the show everything he has.