Disclosure: My family was compensated tickets to review the show.
Most recently my family and I had the amazing opportunity to experience the Harlem Globetrotters show at the brand new T Mobile Arena located in the heart of Las Vegas, right on our very own Strip.
The arena is breath taking! The bright neon signs, the welcoming, friendly, associates, and the enormous vaulted ceilings are nothing short of fascinating, especially for children. Entering the front doors sort of gives you that special “celebrity” feeling.
After we made our way through thousands of fans, we made our selves comfortable in our seats, just rows away from the show! We were so close we could see the sweat on the team’s shirts from preparing for the show!
The Arnea lights lowered, the music blasted through the arena, and the spot lights came on! Big Easy and his partner Scooter stole the show!
“Welcome Las Vegas” and the crowd went wild!
The Globetrotters team danced their way onto the court and encouraged all the families in the audience to join in!
The show was a combination of comedy, stunts, basketball, and dancing! The players role played the entire time to keep the audience engaged and on their feet. There were countless times the players interacted with audience, even making their way through the arena seats to volunteer fans to participate in a hilarious skit .
The balance of PG adult humor and child friendly comedy was perfect!
It is evident the players on this team are humble and dedicated to delivering an exceptional experience. Every time I looked over at my son’s face, the expression I saw was awe struck and complete joy!
I wondered what a day in the life of a globetrotter was like?
The Globetrotters are a sure way to show the kids a magical few hours and I recommend experiencing this show to everyone. Don’t just take my word for it! Owner of the Playing All The Way, Nicole Estrella, saw the show herself at the Mohegun Sun and her fam LOVED it too.
Special thanks to “Turbo” for taking a few moments to notice my boy, say hello, and sign his ball, I am sure he will never forget that inspiring moment!