Revolution combines the sensibilities of Cirque du Soleil's "LOVE" with Light Group's partying know-how, offering both a bar and upscale lounge, giving you options for exactly the kind of nightlife experience you want. The association with The Beatles might leave you expecting a poorly themed gimmick, but Revolution surpasses that easily.
The Abbey Road Bar at the front looks like a cooler version of what poets and artists in the '60s must have imagined a bar would look like in the future, with lots of rounded, polished white surfaces, a shiny bar top and seating located inside the letters of the massive "REVOLUTION" sign that faces the rest of The Mirage resort. The bar hours are longer than the Revolution Lounge's hours, so you can stop by for a casual drink or two without ever hitting the lounge.
The Revolution Lounge in the back carries a lot of that same look, but with the lighter elements replaced with subdued and dark surfaces with multicolored lighting. Psychedelic columns prop up the seating facing both the bar and dance floor areas.
Revolution Lounge is a smaller venue among the rest of the Vegas nightlife scene, but still feels plenty roomy when it's packed on the weekends, with VIP seating toward the sides of the DJ booth and the back, past the bar. The tables here are more fun than your average nightclub table, letting VIPs draw on the table surface with their hands, interacting with the patterns projecting on to the club's light-up columns. You can expect to find a soundtrack of EDM with interspersed mashups most nights, but Revolution Lounge features a variety of DJs as well as "Revo Sundays" (an LGBT event) so any and all can get their dance on to their favorite groove.
Ironically, the best way Revolution captures the near-universal appeal of The Beatles is to forgo any sort of inevitably cheesy Beatles theme almost entirely. There are a lot of touches you might associate with the band's psychedelic era, from the trippy video screens, to the "diamonds" in the sky (see what they did there?) but really they're just very cool details that make for a timeless experience that anyone can enjoy, just like the music of a certain band from Liverpool.
-- Staff Report