Las Vegas Entertainment Capital of the World with Entertainment for all ages.
Las Vegas, America's Playground, the Entertainment Capital of the World ... all worthy names for this Nevada hotspot. Think of Vegas as a theme park rather than a city — it can awe as much as it can overwhelm, and that's part of the appeal. This is a city where inhibitions are not welcome: Every night, Las Vegas draws pleasure mongers to the brightly lit Strip like moths to a flame. While you may not want to go as far as to re-enact "The Hangover," you certainly don't want to leave without experiencing a bit of "Viva Las Vegas." Just remember: What happens here, stays here.
THE BIG ELVIS SHOW at Harrah's
............Pete Vallee stars as Big Elvis in this classic Las Vegas impersonator show. Big Elvis is one of the best free Las Vegas shows on the Strip. Hear all your favorite Elvis hits
Performing inside The Piano Bar at Harrah’s, steps away from the bustling Carnaval Court.
Big Elvis interacts with his audience, takes song requests and invites them to participate. Vallee is a multiple Best of Las Vegas winner who has performed more than 7,000 performances on the Strip, making this Las Vegas Elvis show an institution.
2pm-3pm / 3:30pm -4:30pm / 5pm-6pm
The Rolling Stones at the Palazzo
............The Rolling Stones’ first ever major West Coast Exhibition opened at the Palazzo September 23, 2017. The Exhibit will have a limited exclusive U.S. West Coast engagement through January 31, 2018.
The Stones’ Exhibit is the largest touring experience of its kind ever to be staged, and the first time in history the band has unlocked their vast private archive exploring the very beginning of their history to the Stones’ superstardom of today.
There is a recreation of a Stones’ recording studio complete with their original instruments, plus a “backstage” area to give fans a sense of what it truly feels like just before the band heads out on.
The Red Rock
..............at the Red Rock Resort in Summerlin. Well worth the short trip from the Strip to Summerlin.
Alice: A Steampunk Concert Fantasy. A don't miss show, on the second Monday night, ( February 12, 2018) of each month.
Hamilton at the Smith Center
............. HAMILTON An American Musical is now touring the country. Hamilton is based on the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Las Vegas dates May 29, 2018 thru June 3, 2018....
The Las Vegas Raiders
………….March 27, 2017....The Oakland Raiders are now the Las Vegas Raiders with the end of the roller coaster ride in site. With the Chargers and the Rams firmly implanted in Los Angeles, the Raiders and the NFL seemed destined for Las Vegas. The Raiders appear to have secured financing from Bank of America. Today thirty-one of the 32 owners voted in favor of the team’s relocation. The Raiders could play in Las Vegas as soon as 2019 with a new stadium scheduled for 2020.
…………..At Caesars, stroll over to Cleopatra’s Barge. Opened October 1970 the Barge is a piece of classic Las Vegas. The Barge an Egyptian-styled vessel at Caesars Palace offers a full bar & dancing plus DJs & live music. Renegades Debuts at Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace
The rebels of sports are taking over the Las Vegas Strip with Renegades, a new interactive and totally unique show. Opening Thursday, Jan. 25 inside Cleopatra’s Barge, the intimate 180-seat theater at Caesars Palace, Renegades gives sports fans an up-close and personal experience with three of their favorite sports stars. The starting line-up includes baseball great Jose Canseco and two-time Super Bowl champion Jim McMahon. The Fab Five’s Jimmy King will appear during the first eight shows, with six-time NFL Pro Bowler Terrell Owens taking over starting Thursday, Feb. 8. The shows will be hosted by comedian Martin Montana, and its roster will rotate athletes every three months
Nightlife Venues by Hotel
Lily Bar & Lounge
Fizz Las Vegas
Rose, Rabbit, Lie
Ri Ra Irish Pub
Minus5 at Mandalay Bay
1923 Bourbon & Burlesque
Minus5 at Monte Carlo
New York New York
Nine Fine Irishmen
The Bar at Times Square