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Human Nature

Overall Rating:
  • Currently 5/5

5/5 Rating

Location: Venetian
Address: 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
City: Las Vegas
Area: Strip
Permanent Show
Type: Music Concert
Price: $86.40/$108.40/$131.20*
Dark: Saturday Sunday
Times: Mon-Fri, 7 p.m.**
Official Web Site

Popular Australian vocal group, produced by Smokey Robinson.

*Prices may be subject to additional taxes and fees.

**August 2014: 1, 27-29, 31

Human Nature


Comments (12 comments):
great show - radkad (10/22/2011) - 5 out of 5 stars
Great show! On par with Jersey boys and your preference might just hiinge on which myusice you prefer, I highly recommend both

Great singers. - carl261v (02/24/2011) - 5 out of 5 stars
While it may seem odd to go see four white Austrailians singing motown songs in Las Vegas, the show was dynamite. There was a lot of audiance interaction and if you sit at one of the front tables watch your drinks an the do use them as part of the stage. All of the vocals were great. After the show the group was out front to autograph their CD's and programs, nice touch. If you like the 60's motown sounds dont miss this show.

Great singers. - carl261v (02/24/2011) - 5 out of 5 stars
While it may seem odd to go see four white Austrailians singing motown songs in Las Vegas, the show was dynamite. There was a lot of audiance interaction and if you sit at one of the front tables watch your drinks an the do use them as part of the stage. All of the vocals were great. After the show the group was out front to autograph their CD's and programs, nice touch. If you like the 60's motown sounds dont miss this show.

GREAT VALUE - MAN615 (08/06/2010) - 5 out of 5 stars
Went to show based on LVA's advice, and it was amazing. Old theater, low production, but pure performance and energy. For the prices, you can't beat it. What old great Las Vegas shows must have been like. Get the VIP tix for a seat right up front, but watch your drinks as the group walks right out on your table a few times. I was skeptical, but was blown away.

Loved it! - droopy@4 (07/06/2010) - 5 out of 5 stars
Absolutely recommend to all. These guys are great professional singers & dancers. Am going back to see the show again in October

Two thumbs up - tennis_bum (11/17/2009) - 5 out of 5 stars
I enjoyed the show a great deal and if I had paid full price, wouldn’t have felt cheated. If I had paid half, I would have thought I got a bargain. I had a great time. I’m not a fan of a capella groups. I do like some do-wop. Furthermore, I’m not a fan of The Supremes or Jackson 5, but I like a lot of the other Motown groups and the music. I went in thinking that I might enjoy some of the songs, but I was still skeptical of four Australians doing Motown. Human Nature did a great job and did justice to the songs. They didn’t try to twist the music in some new way too much, yet they weren’t quite replicating the original versions. That is, they served up the songs in straight forward way in their own voice. Only one song didn’t work for me, and that was Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On”. It was okay, but felt like it missed a little something. Their voices are very good. And main lead, Andrew, has a very clean falsetto. One of the cleanest I’ve heard. Great band behind them. There’s a sextet: guitarist, bassist, drummer, keyboardist, trumpeter, and saxophonist. They were worth listening to by themselves. The mixing was good, you could hear everything. But the sound system and acoustics of the showroom are only adequate. I haven’t heard bad musicians yet in Vegas. This is a high energy show. The guys of Human Nature must be very fit. They’re moving almost non-stop for 90 minutes. At first, I thought the choreography was over the top, but by the end, I was buying it. There is so much aerobics, it’s a wonder the guys can sing at all instead of just huffing and puffing. If you like Motown tunes and can overlook it’s four Auzzie’s singing them, you should like it. Why 5 stars? This isn't the best entertainment I've ever seen, but for what the show is, four Australians singing Motown, they do a 5-star job.

AWESOME - dtedora (09/08/2009) - 5 out of 5 stars
We just saw Human Nature last night and we were amazed. This is definitely one of the best shows we have ever seen in Las Vegas. The show is high energy and highly entertaining. We recommend seeing this show. Human Nature is AWESOME!

Awesome! - openshaw (08/25/2009) - 5 out of 5 stars
Absolutely awesome show! The singers are excellent, and they put unlimited energy into the show. They do different choreographed dance steps to every song! They even teach the audience a routine to one of the songs. One of the best Vegas shows I've ever seen!

Great Show - mrmark (08/16/2009) - 5 out of 5 stars
I've never seen so much commitment and energy expended in ninety minutes. This was truly an awesome show, and ranks with the best of the shows I've ever seen in Vegas.

I bought their CDs! - Martimus (08/15/2009) - 5 out of 5 stars
Although "Aussie", accents not noticed. FANTASTIC SHOW!, and even better for TOTAL REWARDS members - Diamond gets 2 free tix! Martin.

AWESOME - watrlvr (07/31/2009) - 5 out of 5 stars
If you love Motown this show is a must! The show was awesome. Who thought 5 white guys could sing and dance to all the great Motown hits?? I highly recommend this show when you go to Vegas.KB8AG3

Human Nature - chessman (07/04/2009) - 5 out of 5 stars
If you like motown, you will love this show. They are great. We were dancing by our seats at the end of the show.

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