Le Reve—The Dream

Le Reve—The Dream

Le Reve, at the Wynn, will hit its decade anniversary in 2015, and to celebrate, it has just added ambitious hydro- and pyrotechnics, to the tune of $3 million, which took nearly 60 designers, technicians, engineers and choreographers more than 18 months to complete. It will be the only show in which performers actually dance through fire. Steve Wynn was the one who originally commissioned the Bellagio fountains, after all; look for 172 high-powered fountains and shooters and 16 fire-shooting devices. 

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