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.
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 luxurious Wynn Theatre really pulls in crowds. This is no ordinary theater: amazing performances can be seen in an aqua theater-in-the-round. The shows held here feature opulent costumes and sets, showcasing aerial acrobatics and creative choreography. Las Vegas is known for being an entertainment capital, and this theater is a great place to experience an amazing show!
Aptly named, this hotel opened in 1989 on the famous Las Vegas Strip and boasts an erupting volcano, a tropical rain forest with waterfalls, the white tigers of Siegfried and Roy, and a Dolphin Habitat. Each guest room is comfortable, tastefully decorated, and offers views of the city lights or mountains. All forms of gaming are available, from high-stakes table action to slot machines.
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.
Spiegeltent at Caesars Palace is an adult entertainment center in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The tents are used for Absinthe whose history dates back to as far as the 19th century. Rich in culture, it is a contemporary mix of circus, burlesque, vaudeville and cabaret performances.
One of two venues inside the Flamingo Hotel and Casino, Bugsy's Cabaret features entertainment that will top off your stay in Las Vegas. From sultry shows to comedy and more, Bugsy's Cabaret is a venue that has hosted celebrity legends since the beginning. Don't delay, book your seat for some of the hottest shows on the strip.
The Flamingo Showroom is one of the two venues inside the Flamingo Casino and Hotel that feature stellar performances by sibling performers Donnie & Marie. The Flamingo Showroom caters to 740 guests and includes balcony seating. Check the events schedule to catch your favorite show.
Housed on the second floor of Bally's Las Vegas, this lovely venue named Windows is known to host some low-key yet entertaining shows such as The Phat Pack, Dancing Just Like The Stars, Rocky Horror Picture Show and more. Facing the West side of the city, the venue offers unparalleled views of The Strip.
Anthony Cool, who has gained some notoriety in Las Vegas for his nightly show at this showroom inside the Paris Las Vegas, hypnotizes audience members and commands them to act out in embarrassing and bawdy ways. "Cools" believes that hypnotism is "like gravity - it exists whether you believe in it or not," but it is not clear how much of his performance is genuine and how much is illusion. Certainly, after the show is over and the audience members can watch DVD footage of their hypnotic episodes, the embarrassment looks quite real.
Host to a variety of comedy and musical shows throughout the year, the Jubilee! Theater is best known for putting on one of the longest running topless production shows in town, and one of the best. In the span of 90-minutes, you will be treated to nearly 100 performers wearing more than 1000 costumes during the show. Beautiful showgirls balance oversized headpieces gracefully to the delight of the audience. Dazzling special effects include "The Destruction of the Temple of Samson" and "The Sinking of the Titanic." The Jubilee! Theater is located in Bally's Casino Resort on the Strip. You must be 18 or older to attend. Bally's offer an ultimate backstage tour, where you will get to see how the entire show comes together with a few trade secrets thrown on the side for you.