There’s no better way to describe it than simply water spectacular. With two of the most expensive shows in Vegas, Cirque du Soleil is cashing in millions. They reinvented the art of circus and brought forth a mind-blowing redefined theatrical experience in which the audience is thrilled non-stop for two and a half hours. O, which stands for the French Eau, can only be seen in Vegas. The aquatic show boasts thrilling acrobatics, as the 85 performers revolve around a stage pool filled with 1.5 million gallons of water. It has been compared to a living representation of Salvador Dali or Vladimir Kush paintings, thanks to the flowing movements, special effects, and dream-like sequences of synchronized swimming and acrobats on trapeze, all accompanied by live musicians. At one point, three 60-foot ladders appear, and divers plunge into the giant pool at unison. Prices start at $140 per person, but you’re in for the best Las Vegas entertainment money can buy. However, if you want good seats for the stunning production that cost $70 million to stage, you can expect to pay an average ticket price of $226.