Many visitors to Las Vegas ask about the Bellagio water show schedule, but the exact information somehow remains elusive to the masses.
The Bellagio water show runs many times a day and is commonly referred to as the greatest free show in Las Vegas. Located in front of the hotel in the middle of the Las Vegas strip, the fountains attract millions of visitors each year.
Most tourists visit at random, while crossing over from one hotel to another, swarming into the mini balconies at street level to catch the beauty of the show up close as it starts off. Others research the song and time schedule ahead of time and plan their visit around their favorite tune (people like you).
The Bellagio fountains run every 30 minutes from 3pm to 8pm and every 15 minutes from 8pm to 12am Monday through Friday. On Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays, the fountains run every 30 minutes from 12pm to 8pm and every 15 minutes from 8pm to 12am.
As someone who works on the Bellagio floor, I am asked many times a day for schedule information by people staying in the hotel and tourists passing through. The Bellagio concierge has these cheat sheets at their front desk for a quick look at the Bellagio water show schedule:
Every run of the show is choreographed to a different song: the most popular include Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean,” Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” and Celine Dion’s hallmark song from Titanic “My Heart Will Go On.” You can check out our complete songs list below.
The full Bellagio water show schedule of times and songs is updated by the concierge every few months at the hotel’s discretion. I’ve obtained the following most recent update from them and will update periodically as new versions become available:
As stated in the schedule – the times are subject to change due to weather conditions and special occasions (most often the latter). Special occasions usually include wedding ceremonies held at Bellagio and when Hyde Bellagio is giving VIP treatment to a big spender.
The Bellagio water show dances to a variety of songs, ranging between classic Americana and Vegas favorites to new-age pop hits and most recently the sounds of DJ Tiesto. We’ve assembled a list of all current songs played so you can match them up with the time slots above and plan the perfect visit. There should be something for every musical taste in the family.
“The Star Spangled Banner” | Artist: Whitney Houston | Year: 2001 |Composer: Francis Scott Key | Length 5:08
“Red Lights” | Artist: Tiësto | Year: 2014 | Length 5:45
“Pink Panther” | Artist: Henry Mancini | Composer: Henry Mancini | Year: 1964 | Length 2:39
“All That Jazz” | Artist: Catherine Zeta-Jones | Composer: Fred Ebb & John Kander | Year: 2002 | Length: 4:37
“Simple Gifts” | Artist: London Symphony Orchestra | Composer: Aaron Copland | Year: 1988 | Length 3:12
“Uptown Funk” | Artist: Bruno Mars | Year: 2014 | Length: 3:58
“Fly Me to the Moon” | Artist: Frank Sinatra | Composer: Bart Howard | Year: 1957 | Length: 2:28
“Your Song” | Artist: Elton John | Year: 1970 | Length 4:10
“Con Te Partiro” (trans. “Time to Say Goodbye”) | Artist: Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman | Composer: F.Sartori & L.Quarantotto | Length 4:04
“Ecstasy of Gold” | Composer: Ennio Morricone | Year: 1966 | Length: 3:22
“Ayeshe’s Dance” | Artist: London Symphony Orchestra | Composer: Aram Ll’yich Khachaturian | Year: 1942 | Length: 4:12
“My Heart Will Go On” | Artist: Celine Dion | Composer: James Horner | Year: 1997 | Length 5:08
“Hey, Big Spender” | Artist: Gwen Verdon | Composer: Cy Coleman | Year: 1966 | Length 3:35
“Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds” | Artist: Beatles | Composer: John Lennon & Paul McCartney | Year: 1967 | Length: 3.28
“Rondine al Nido” | Artist: Luciano Pavarotti | Composer: Vicenzo deCrescenzo | Year: 1990 | Length 3:23
“Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini” | Artist: Mikhail Rudy | Composer: Sergei Rachmaninov | Year: 1992 | Length: 2.55
“Viva Las Vegas” | Artist: Elvis Presley | Composer: George E. Stoll | Year: 1963 | Length: 2.25
“Billie Jean” | Artist: Michael Jackson | Composer: Michael Jackson | Year: 2001 | Length: 4.54
“This Kiss” | Artist: Faith Hill | Composer: Beth Nielsen Chapman, Annie Roboff, and Robin Lerner | Year: 1998 | Length: 3:00
“God Bless the USA” | Artist: Lee Greenwood | Composer: Lee Greenwood | Year: 1992 | Length 3:57
“Singin’ in the Rain” | Artist: Gene Kelly | Composer: Alex North | Year: 1952 | Length 3:32
“Luck Be A Lady” | Artist: Frank Sinatra | Composer: Frank Losser | Year: 1955 | Length 5:14
“Winter Games” | Artist: David Foster | Composer: David Foster | Year: 1987 | Length 3:00
“In the Mood” | Artist: Ralph Carmichael | Composer: Glenn Miller | Year: 1999 | Length: 3.29
“Hoe-Down” | Artist: London Symphony Orchestra | Composer: Aaron Copland | Year: 1988 | Length 3:30
“One” | Artist: Original Broadway Cast | Composer: Marvin Hamlisch | Year: 1975 | Length 4:43
You can see videos of your favorite songs in action in our video gallery of fountain performances
See the fountains from the balcony and get on our exclusive VIP Guest List
Fun Fact: There are four types of fountain jets comprising the Bellagio water show, each with a creative nickname. In total, there are 798 “minishooters”, 208 “swaying oarsmen”, 192 “super shooters”, and 16 of the most powerful “super shooters”, capable of shooting water nearly 500 feet into the air.