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Spectacular Shows to See in Aruba

One thing's for sure: Once you finish up a delicious dinner in Aruba, your night is only beginning. With a bevy of places that offer live entertainment, a luxury vacation to this island is full of surprises. You don't even have to be a theater buff to enjoy the fun performances here.

These are a few spots you may want to stop for a show:

Let's Go Latin!
There's no doubt about it: This show at Renaissance's Crystal Theater is Aruba's most popular show. The over-the-top musical is mostly centered around Carnival, as well as some of the island's other traditions. If you can't make it to Aruba for the real Carnival, this elaborate show will make you feel like you got to experience it. You may want to order your tickets online ahead of time. Not only will you get a discount, but you'll avoid the risk of a sold-out show.

Black Hog Saloon
If you're on a family vacation, a visit to the Black Hog Saloon is a must. There's something for everyone here, whether you're a sports fan, a foodie or a gaming enthusiast. From the world's largest miniature golf course to bar stool racing & a Harley motorcycle show, this establishment has it all. Whatever you do, be sure to bring your appetite. The Saloon holds a BBQ bash every Tuesday & Thursday, & for just $35, adults get to keep re-filling your plate with as much food as they can handle, & kids' meals only cost $20. Plus, you'll get access to unlimited draft beer to sip on while enjoying the live entertainment. 

Aruba Sinatra Dinner Show
This dinner show is a dream come true for Sinatra fans. While noshing on local food & exotic cocktails, you'll get to listen to talented crooners sing some of the classics like "Fly Me To The Moon," "Luck Be A Lady" & "I've Got The World On A String." These singers an impressive set of pipes, too – in fact, Ol' Blue Eyes would definitely be proud. This is the perfect option for couples who are looking for an intimate evening with a romantic soundtrack. The show goes on every Thursday from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are only $15 per person without food & drinks. You may want to splurge for the dinner special, though, which includes an appetizer, entrée, dessert & a bottle of wine per couple for $40.

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