What Vegas Casino Has The Game Of Thrones Slot Machine – 1 of 5 A woman looks on during a “Game of Thrones” themed show in the fountains at the Bellagio Casino-Resort, Sunday, March 31, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) 1 of 5 A woman looks on during a “Game of Thrones” themed show in the fountains at the Bellagio Casino-Resort, Sunday, March 31, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)
Fire-breathing dragons held court over the world-famous fountains at the Bellagio casino-resort on Sunday as familiar elements of the television event “Game of Thrones” were projected onto the rising waters. The jets danced to a recognizable theme song before an enormous animal lit up the lake on the Las Vegas Strip in a burst of pyrotechnics.
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The 3½-minute scene, which thrilled the audience, debuted two weeks before the scheduled premiere of the final season of the HBO fantasy series.
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Streaming water created the show’s iconic throne and crown. An 800-foot-long (244-meter) wall of water emerged from the lake.
“We didn’t want to depict ‘Game of Thrones’ scenes here, not like a teaser or a preview for season eight,” said Mark Fuller, CEO of WET Design, the company that created the fountains and the show. “We want to bring you emotion.”
At the center of the fountain show is a giant wall of water. It represents the snow wall that defines the TV show, but also serves as a surface on which the creators add snow, the series logo, and silhouettes of orange and blue flame-breathing dragons.
The company worked with series composer Ramin Javadi to create a special score that aims to capture the excitement of the TV hit with dancing water.
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The fountain show begins by dropping musical cues from the TV series, using Javadi’s “Winter Is Here” from the seventh season. It comes into full force as the show’s recognizable “Major Topics” theme song comes on.
“This fountain gives off the same kind of energy, the same kind of drama, and we want to make sure that people connect to this music,” said Peter Kopic, director of design and choreography for WET Design. “(That was) the hardest part of choreography because it’s constantly energetic, constantly loud, loud and strong, and the dance has to reflect that and not be tired at the same time.”
The scene ends as the Night King’s shadow appears for the last time, and flames engulf a portion of the approximately 9-acre (3.6 ha) lake.
Oklahoma resident Josh Elliott stopped by the lake with his wife on Sunday as part of their anniversary trip. They were amazed at what they saw.
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“We’ve probably seen a hundred fountain shows, and this one is the best,” he said as he waited for the show to start for the second time. “Oh, we’re not moving.”
Las Vegas resident Gayle DiGia is rewatching all the seasons ahead of the upcoming premiere. She said she came to the casino-resort after seeing mentions of the special show on social media and wondering if it might contain any spoilers.
The “Game of Thrones” fountain show marked the first time the lake was lit, but performers and others have used the fountains for various stunts before. Billionaire Richard Branson jet skied on the lake in 2010, and Drake performed one of his hits there during the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.
The landmark, a luxury property owned by MGM Resorts International, attracts millions of visitors every year. It features nightly performances with recorded music ranging from Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Friedman’s duet “Time to Say Goodbye” to Elvis Presley’s unofficial song “Viva Las Vegas” by Sin City.
Game Of Thrones Takes Over The Bellagio Casino’s Fountains
“Game of Thrones” took over the fountains at the Bellagio Las Vegas, bringing ice and fire to the popular attraction.
Winter is here in Las Vegas. The final season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” doesn’t begin until April 14, but Bellagio’s famous fountains are already feeling the heat. The hotel-casino debuted a dramatic new water show on Sunday evening, projecting scenes from the fantasy drama over fountains that burst into flames.
The show opens with shots of the Wall, an ice tower protecting the people of Westeros from the dreaded Night King, screened with 800 jets of water from the fountains. The jets are choreographed in motion to the show’s score to “Winter Has Come.” Snow will also appear.
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Images projected onto a liquid screen and music are gradually becoming more familiar — at least to “Game of Thrones” fans — as the production charges to lighten the scene.
The Bellagio’s fountains turned into a “Game of Thrones” tribute with a new water show that debuted Sunday evening.
Crowds feel the heat as a video-projected fire-breathing dragon vents his fury on the fountains — and the water in the lake erupts in flames. LA-based WET Design has developed and installed new technology to send flames skyward from beneath the water’s surface.
The music for the new attraction is composed by Ramin Javadi, the composer of the “Thrones” soundtracks. The fountain show was specifically designed to promote Season 8.