Sunset Stampede at Sam’s Town – Las Vegas show tickets, Cheap Las Vegas hotels and more – avegasguide.com
|Similar to an old Western, the Sunset Stampede transports visitors back in time through the use of water, lasers, lights and animation A bar situated in the middle of the park provides a good vantage Attractions point while offering onlookers the chance to stay dry.
The eight-minute show begins with the plaintive howl of an animatronic wolf, which suddenly appears at the top of the mountain. The wolf is joined by other wildlife, including a bear and an eagle.The fountains come alive, shooting up to eight stories high and dancing along to a symphonic score recorded especially for Sam’s Town by the Indianapolis Philharmonic Orchestra. The show chronicles the Western pioneer experience.Sunset Stampede is located in Mystic Falls Park, a 25,000-square-foot live forest within an atrium. There is plenty of room for viewing the show, although those standing up front are likely to get a bit wet.
Once the show concludes, Mystic Falls becomes peaceful once more. Filled with lush foliage, cascading waterfalls and a babbling brook, the spot is the ideal location for relaxation.
Wooden benches are scattered throughout the park, providing a place to sit and take in the view. And for those interested in a leisurely stroll, stone walkways lined with rustic hanging lanterns weave their way through the park.
A animatronic, laser light and water show with a western pioneer theme. The show takes place in Mystic Falls park, an indoor forest with a glass ceiling ten stories high.
The lasers and fountains are choreographed to a symphonic score which is heard from over 100 hidden speakers.
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