With its over-the-top story line, pyrotechnics, rock ‘n’ roll music, and hot babes and hunks, “Sirens of TI” remains one of the most entertaining free attractions on the Strip.
Almost 7 million people have seen the show since its debut in Sirens’ Cove at Treasure Island, 3300 Las Vegas Blvd. South, three years ago.
The show is straightforward. Hot siren women try to lure a ship full of pirates to their cove. Well-choreographed mayhem ensues. The 15-minute show features sword fights, dancing, an original soundtrack, explosions, fire and other high-seas high jinks. Not to give away too much of the ending, but a ship sinks. No worries, though, because there are multiple performances every day.
Strollers are not allowed on the walkway during performances. Showtimes are at 7, 8:30, 10 and 11:30 p.m. barring inclement weather.
Strip Tips is a weekly feature by Sonya Padgett that highlights attractions and activities on the Las Vegas Strip.