The show is not for the very old or the very young. The base will shake you and if you can't get pumped up you have a problem. Great variety of music, but especially made for baby boomers born between 1946-1968. But anyone with a sense of rock or "open minded" thinking can enjoy.
But if you "lived through these times" it is lights out. You can select your seat on Ticketmaster in advance and I did, because I prefer end seats and not too close.
Beer and drinks were flowing all around, but we opted for bottles of water to cool ourselves down. They also give you little lights to wave concert style at selected times.
Bring your sense of humor and your sense of rock and you are in for a treat. Songs like "We Built this City," "You Give Love a Bad Name" and "Oh Cheri" will rock you to the core. Great performances too. At the end the leader of the band from White Snake brought the house down.
Some rough language, but only for effect, not in bad taste like some comedy on HBO. I thought it was a pretty good story line too. First rate entertainment that only Las Vegas can offer. If you are tired of paying $200 to see acrobats in leotards bounce from the ceiling then go and see this show. If you don't leave the theater smiling, then have your physician check for a pulse when you get home!