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Entertainment & Nightlife in Las Vegas
 
 
 

Whether you're looking for a stage production or live music, Las Vegas is home to some of the best entertainment in the world. Cirque de Soleil shows perform at numerous Las Vegas casinos each night, while Broadway staples like Jersey Boys and Mamma Mia! are hits along the Strip.

Nighttime in Las Vegas is also filled with plenty of bars and nightclubs, including Shadow Bar, Body English, Moon and Pure. There are also plenty of classical performances at the Las Vegas Symphony, as well as sports like rodeo, boxing and motorsports.

Many touring music and comedy acts make stops in Vegas. Among the venues showcasing such headliners are Boulder Station (country stars), Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (rock stars), Las Vegas Hilton (pop, oldies, comedians, you name it), House of Blues at Mandalay Bay (rock 'n' rollers), Grand Garden Arena at MGM Grand (all kinds of big names) and the Orleans (lots of oldies, lots of country).

Vegas nightspots do their best to live up to the town's round-the-clock reputation. Some literally do stay open 24 hours a day, but the closing time for most ranges 2am-5am.

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It's not called Sin City for nothing. Las Vegas has one of the hottest nightlife scenes in the world, so no matter where you are there's always something to get into. The Luxor is host to a celebrity favourite, LAX, where you can rub shoulders with the likes of Christina Aguilera and Nikki Hilton. Another celeb hangout is Pure, at Caesars Palace, which has won several "best of" awards. Another award winner is Studio 54 at the MGM Grand, which was named "Best Dance Club" by the Las Vegas Review Journal. Coyote Ugly at New York-New York may not be a celebrity magnet, but its sure to guarantee a rowdy time. Voodoo Lounge, located at the top of the Rio Hotel offers up spectacular views and go-go dancers. At Tryst in the Wynn Las Vegas you can't miss the 90 foot waterfall and lagoon.

Another great club featuring a waterfall is Rumjungle at the Mandalay Bay which also features a two story jungle along with an impressive rum bar. Another celeb owned hotspot on the Strip in the Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino is Jay-Z's 40/40 Club, a stylish, upscale sports bar. Although the Strip may seem like the centre of the action, there are plenty of spots off the strip to dance the night away. Ghostbar, on the 55th floor of the Palms Resort & Casino is a chic and dramatic place to let loose, either inside or on the skydeck overlooking the city. Over at the Red Rock Casino Resort Spa is Cherry, where you journey through a mirrored tunnel, right into a crazy night.

Las Vegas' main draw has always been the gambling, and nowhere in the world has this city beat in the gaming department. Whether you're a high roller, or stick to the penny slots, Las Vegas has you covered. Caesars Palace Hotel Casino is a Vegas classic that has all kinds of gambling from high limit slots to all kinds of table games. The MGM Grand Hotel & Casino is the largest casino-entertainment complex in the world, at 171,500 square feet, providing plenty of room for whatever kind of gambling floats your boat.Harrahs Las Vegas Casino & Hotel boasts the "friendliest dealers" in Vegas. The Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino is a fun place to gamble away some time, with their free Carnivale parade every hour starting at 6pm. For sports and racing fans, the Las Vegas Hilton features the biggest sports betting venue in the world, complete with 28 giant screens so you don't miss any action.

Away from the Strip, Downtown, are some of Las Vegas' historic casinos, such as Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel, a heaven for the hardcore gambler with their world famous poker room where the World Series of Poker started and the poker wall of fame. The Golden Nugget Hotel Casino, another long time favourite has won over 40 gaming awards, including ”Best Casino” and ”Luckiest Casino”.


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