Rated 2 out of 5 by DJS58 Not good show
Not good as description. Trent appeared drunk or high or sick.
September 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SuperDan Trent is a King performer!
Trent is the King re-invented. This is the second time we have seen Trent perform. Different venue, different show, same amazing talent. Can't wait to watch Trent again. If you love Elvis, you will love this show. Guaranteed to entertain!
August 27, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by TGS67 This concert has run its course. Poor attendance, and very short performance.
The concert was less than an hour long and although the singer and Elvis Tribute artist was good, his energy was lacking and he did not put much into it. Maybe it was the small audience of less than 25 people. Maybe it was that this concert has outlived its elegance. Although he was perhaps the most similar to Elvis himself, he needs to stop this because he is not doing himself or Elvis any credibility with this show.
I would never recommend this to anyone. It's not worth the price, in fact it's not worth $1.00.
February 8, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by tgraff sadly disappointing
We are long time Elvis Presley fans--we,unfortunately, never got to see him live --we were at one of his concerts and he suddenly took ill and they canceled his show and never rescheduled--he died shortly after. My husband is an Elvis encyclopedia and enjoys his music almost daily. He has always been reluctant to see an impersonator---but on this trip to Vegas we decided to book Trent's show. We could not have been more disappointed in his performance. He stumbled almost immediately in the 1st number and even had to stop the music and regroup--then he was always several beats behind his 2 musicians. He appeared intoxicated or under the influence of something that affected his performance. We were shown old clips of Trent performing--he obviously was talented--but may-be he's lost it . He struggled to hit the notes/could not remember the words/kept gesturing to his musicians to slow down or speed up--tempo was way off/he made no gestures that Elvis was famous for. When he did try he always stumbled. We felt so embarrassed for him. It was painful to watch him and even more painful to see the look on my husband's face--with tears in his eyes. The venue was cozy---only had about 70 ppl total in the audience with seating for hundreds--then we learned 1/2 the ppl were given comp tickets--very sad to keep this show going.The Westgate should reconsider this show--for true Elvis fans it was a tough hour to sit through-- We did enjoy the Westgate casino/lobby with the flare of old Vegas--the ride from MGM via the Monorail was quick/better than taxi/traffic.
February 3, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sadd "Elvis" was completely intoxicated
Words cannot describe our disappointment. We were in Vegas for a softball tournament, and our daughter LOVES Elvis. For 2 days, seeing "Elvis" was all she talked about. We did a lot of research to find the best Elvis show to take her to. This could have been a great show, had Trent not been completely intoxicated. He was so bad he forgot most of the words. We did get a full monetary refund, but we will never get that time back, nor did our daughter get the experience we were hoping she would have had. So sad!!!!
January 27, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by shaul19 Good
good performance of Elvis I enjoyed the show it is a small theater but the seats I got was very good
January 16, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by cmteleardini Could be better
If you are a great Elvis fan, you should see the show. If not, think twice, cause there are not much to be seen.
November 17, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Vlady Don't waist your money and time!!!
Concerning the adversitment about Trent Carlini, I expected "A SHOW".
Despite the theater being a poor place, the attendants were very kind; but Elvis performance was a FIASCO. The only thing that was worth was his voice. I can't desagree Trent Carlini has a Good voice; but performing Elvis for more than 20 years, he shoud be better than Elvis himself. The show was very poor. Some oin the audience were almost sleeping. Trent Carlini think he is elvis, but he doesn't get closer to Elvis toes. Trent Carlini is verry arrogant. It was a waist of time and money. The performance, clothing and gestures are very poor. But I have only to congratulate the Drums And keyboard Players... Those 2 guys WERE THE SHOW.... There also was an advise, before entering the theater: "Don't go inside the theater with Zoom lenses" ... I din't understand this.... In such a small thater for a Zoom lenses photo machine, well, there woud be no effect; unless to look at the deep wrinkles of Trent Carlini' face... I really expected more.... The worst performance I have ever seem.
November 3, 2014