Bellagio Fountain Show Times, and Song List in 2020

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Recognizable to people all the world over, the Bellagio Fountains are an image synonymous with Las Vegas. The fountains put on a number of free shows daily that take place in Bellagio’s 8.5-acre man-made lake which is located between the resort tower and Las Vegas Blvd. Lurking just below the water’s surface are over 1,200 individual sprayers that are capable of shooting water over 460 ft in the air. Three types of sprayers utilized, Minishooters, Extremeshooters, and Supershooters are stationary and fire water vertically, while Bellagio’s Oarsmen sprayers move around and do the “dancing”.

Although many believe the lake and fountains utilize reclaimed water from the resort, the actual source is an underground well previously used to water the Dunes golf course.

Related: A complete list of free things to do in Las Vegas.

As a Las Vegas landmark, the fountains are the scene of countless selfies, marriage proposals, and even weddings. Every once in a while, an “over served” tourist even jumps in for a quick swim that typically doesn’t end well for the perpetrator.

As one of the most popular free activities in Las Vegas, many guests time their visit to catch a show. With that in mind, we thought it would be helpful to detail Bellagio fountain show times in 2020 along with what songs are being featured currently.

Bellagio Fountain Schedule in 2020

  • Monday through Friday: The fountains of Bellagio go off every 30 minutes from 3pm to 7pm and then every 15 minutes from 7pm to midnight.
  • Sunday: An earlier schedule, the shows start at 11am with shows every 15 minutes thereafter until 2:30 pm. From 2:30pm to 7pm, the schedule switches to every half hour and then back to every 15 minutes from 7pm to midnight.
  • Saturday: Shows are scheduled every 30 minutes from noon to 7pm when the schedule switches over to a show every 15 minutes.

*Note that shows can be canceled due to high winds.

Where to Watch the Bellagio Fountains

Spanning over 1,000 feet in length, there is plenty of space on the sidewalk between the lake and the Strip to take in the show. Daytime shows are typically uncrowded and there will be plenty of real estate for you and your group.

The sidewalk in front of Bellagio’s Fountains. Plenty of space.

Restaurants at Bellagio such as Lago and Scarpetta offer nice views in addition to your meal. Our favorite spot to catch the fountains is sipping a beer across the street at Paris’ Beer Park rooftop bar which overlooks the fountains.

If the crowds are thick, escape by walking up the sidewalk toward Bellagio’s Porte Cochere to view the fountains from the resort side with Cromwell, Flamingo, Paris and Bally’s in the background.

Rooms at Bellagio with a view of the Fountains are labeled as “Lakeview”, “Fountain View” and “Tower King Deluxe” on booking websites.

Bellagio Fountain Song List in 2020

Offering musical selections for all tastes, the Fountains of Bellagio dance to tunes to include Lady Gaga, Frank Sinatra, and Lee Greenwood. The diversity in genres and energy levels make each fountain show a bit different and worthy of multiple stops during your trip. Below is the current Bellagio fountains playlist:

SongArtistLength
BelieveCher4:13
Bad RomanceLady Gaga4:54
My Heart Will Go OnCeline Dion5:08
In the MoodRalph Charmichael3:30
The Ecstacy of GoldEnnio Morricone3:22
UpTown FunkBruno Mars4:29
Lucy in the Sky with DiamondsThe Beatles3:29
Hey, Big SpenderGwen Verdon3:35
God Bless the USALee Greenwood3:57
Viva Las VegasElvis Presley3:22
Overture/All That JazzCatherine Zeta-Jones4:34
Pink PantherHenry Mancini2:39
Rhapsody on a Theme of PaganiniMikhail Rudy2:55
Rondine al NidoLuciano Pavarotti3:23
Star Spangled BannerWhitney Houston5:08
Simple GiftsLondon Symphony Orchastra3:12
Con Te PartiroAndrea Bocelli4:04
One, Singular SensationOriginal Broadway Cast4:43
Luck be A LadyFrank Sinatra5:14
Fly Me to the MoonFrank Sinatra2:28
Singin’ in the RainGene Kelly3:32
Bellagio Fountains Playlist

Many also wonder what happens to the coins tossed into the fountains. According to a Review Journal story from 2017, the coins are collected and distributed to local charities.

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