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Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is an all around entertainment venue. Whether you're looking for a place to relax after work with a drink and a meal, go bowling or check out a concert, this multi-purpose space has it all. The venue has 32 bowling lanes, perfect for an evening out with friends or family. The stage set up in the center is a popular local venue for concerts and shows, as well as private parties. With an extensive bar menu, as well as a great selection of typical bar eats, as well as more classic fare like their famous Fried Chicken. Kids are allowed entry till 8p, so it's a great spot for a family outing during the day, while at night it's transformed into a happening bar and pub.
This popular concert venue can easily pass off as a landmark by itself. The Colosseum is a 4,298-seat, state-of-the-art beauty that is located at Caesars Palace Hotel Casino. Quite a number of popular artists like Elton John, Celine Dion, Cher, Bette Midler, and Jerry Seinfeld have performed at The Colosseum. All the glamor can get a bit blinding and you're requested not to add to it by bringing cameras along.
The MGM Grand Garden Arena, which was designed after New York's Madison Square Garden, is specially acclaimed for hosting championship boxing fights and seats 16,800 people. It is also home of the the annual Billboard Music Awards, the annual Academy of Country Music Awards, the Andre Agassi Grand Slam for Children Benefit, as well as great concerts and other sporting and special events.
The Joint at Hard Rock is a hit with patrons and performers and always promises a great night. State-of-the-art technology ensures satisfying acoustics. Bars, catering services, a VIP balcony, and color monitors prove time and again why artists like to perform here. The stage has played host to Blondie, Alanis Morissette, Danzig, Fiona Apple, Green Day, Poe, and hundreds of other bands. The star value increases when celebrities drop in to catch a performance.
The Pearl Concert Theater, located in the Palms Casino Resort, is a must-see in Las Vegas. The beautiful interior of the venue will leave you spellbound even as you enjoy the concerts that the theater is famous for. From hosting the MTV Music Awards to gigs by Avril Lavigne, Robbie Williams, P.Diddy, and other artists, this theater has seen it all! If you haven't yet experienced a rocking musical night in the Pearl Theater, it should definitely hold a top spot on your itinerary!
Just wait until you walk into the Double Down Saloon. The walls are covered in weird drawings and vulgar murals. It is located close to the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and has a loyal following. It is a very interesting place if you want to meet a lot of different kinds of people. The drinks here comically named and include a bacon martini. Live bands play here and there are plenty of fun events going on, such as punk rock bingo. It's open 24-hours, so you can come escape from the giltz and glamour of The Strip any time.
House Of Blues at Mandalay Bay is the closest thing you'll find to a blues revival without going to Louisiana. Live music has been presented by some of the all-time great rhythm and blues personalities. Everyone will love the fried catfish and succulent barbecued ribs served here. On Sunday, a brunch buffet is punctuated by some of the greatest gospel singers in the country.
Located in nearby Henderson, Sunset Amphitheater is a great place to catch a concert under the stars. Seating over 5,000 people, this venue hosts a variety of major touring acts, including ZZ Top and Randy Travis. Be sure to check their website for an upcoming schedule.