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Prepare to be inspired by the glitzy sights and vibrant sounds of Las Vegas. From the thrills of the Strip to the grandeur of the Nevada desert, Las Vegas will take your breath away.
For a fun and unforgettable trip, be sure to try your luck in some of the biggest and best casinos in the world. But there's more to Las Vegas than its glittering Strip, grand casinos, packed theatres and themed hotels – the city is also a great starting point for adventures in the Nevada desert. See the real Las Vegas and book breathtaking activities like helicopter rides over the city or a trip to the Grand Canyon at the same time as your Las Vegas flights.
February presents side-splitting comedy, concerts that range from classical to punk rock and the larger than life atmosphere of Super Bowl Sunday. Love is in the air around Valentine’s Day, with the Bellagio fountains and Venetian waterways inspiring a romantic mood – just don’t get carried away and end up in a Las Vegas wedding chapel!
Catch funny man Tim Allen on the 1 February at The Venetian Showroom. Famed for his roles in sitcom Home Improvement and family favourites Toy Story and The Santa Clause, don’t miss the opportunity to see his stand-up routine in Las Vegas.
6 to 8 February brings the Winter Whiskey Festival back to the Golden Nugget. Your ticket includes mixology classes and demonstrations, as well as the opportunity to sample artisan whiskeys and barrel-aged barley beers.
Embrace the love this Valentine’s Day at Mirage’s LOVE Cirque du Soleil. Celebrate the musical legacy of The Beatles, as the lyrics of their world-renowned songs are interpreted by the theatrical performance of Cirque Du Soleil.
Or join two-time Grammy® award-winner Sylvia McNair for a romantic evening at A Gershwin Valentine, which is showing at The Smith Center on 14 February. McNair’s three-decade musical career makes her the perfect recitalist to take on this all-Gershwin program, which will feature classics such as Summertime and ‘S Wonderful and Man I Love.
Spectate or take part in the larger than life Color Run in Las Vegas on 21 February. A run like no other, dress in white for this 5km race and prepare to be doused in a kaleidoscope of coloured paint as you go. The fun doesn’t end there, once you cross the finish line the Finish Festival begins – with music, dancing and massive colour throws.
See English punk rock legend Billy Idol live on the mophie stage at The Chelsea (The Cosmopolitan) on 21 February at 8pm. One of the most recognisable faces in pop music – embrace new material from Billy’s first album in nearly a decade, which will sound instantly familiar to fans.
Book tickets for Nice work if you can get it at The Smith Centre from 24 February to 1 March. Set in the roaring twenties, this Tony-winning musical comedy uses the infectious tunes of George and Ira Gershwin to create a fresh and funny song-and-dance spectacular. Classic songs, include “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off,” and “I’ve Got a Crush on You”.
See Frankie Valli’s rags-to-riches story played out on the big stage at Jersey Boys, the Tony-Award winning Broadway musical. A musical documentary with an incredible soundtrack – you won't be able to stop yourself from tapping your feet and singing along.
Glitzy Las Vegas lives up to its larger-than-life reputation in March, with a dazzling array of spectacular events. Catch stunning shows from two of rock ’n’ roll’s biggest legends. Marvel at mighty monster trucks and awe-inspiring off-road action. Or join in with the St Patrick’s Day festivities at a lively Irish pub.
It’s your last chance to catch rock legend Rod Stewart in Rod Stewart: The Hits, at Caesars Palace from 3 to 15 March. Sing along with such unforgettable hits as ‘Maggie May’ and ‘Da Ya Think I’m Sexy’ during a high-energy performance touched with the star’s infectious sense of fun.
Enjoy a hearty breakfast, lunch or dinner while helping a worthy cause, during Las Vegas Restaurant Week from 6 to 13 March. Participating restaurants will be offering mouth-watering menus, with donations from each meal sold going to the Three Square charity in aid of struggling, hungry people in Southern Nevada.
Get ready for some thrilling high-speed action, as the USA’s oldest and most famous off-road race accelerates into Las Vegas from 11 to 15 March. The Mint 400 comprises 21 classes of race across 400 miles of harsh Nevada desert, and guarantees to be spectacular. Why not book a stay at Mint 400 sponsor, the Golden Nugget?
Or a date not to be missed by baseball fans – the Big League Weekend sees the Chicago Cubs take on the Oakland Athletics at Cashman Field from 13 to 14 March. With both teams at pivotal points in their careers, this annual Vegas clash of Major League teams promises to be a highly charged event.
Celebrate the most important day in Ireland’s calendar – St Patrick’s Day – Las Vegas-style. Which means plenty of Irish fun, food and drink… Head to any of Vegas’ Irish pubs on 17 March and toast the patron saint with a pint of Guinness.
Then grab tickets to see one of rock ’n’ roll’s greatest legends, Elton John, in his visually stunning show, The Million Dollar Piano from
18 March onwards. At the iconic Caesars Palace hotel, the show’s centrepiece is the eponymous, dazzling piano that glitters throughout the superstar’s full repertoire of smash hits.
Watch in awe as 12 foot-high monster trucks thunder into Sam Boyd Stadium, at the Monster Jam World Finals from 26 to 28 March. Sit back and enjoy the action as these behemoths perform jaw-dropping stunts in a bid for the winning title.
Or let the Las Vegas Philharmonic take you on a musical journey through some of the classical canon’s most famous pieces, during the Pops IV Symphonic Spectacular. Rossini’s Overture to The Barber of Seville is among the instantly recognisable pieces in this lively repertoire. On
28 March at The Smith Center.
Easter weekend in Las Vegas kicks off April with a hotbed of entertainment around the clock. Alongside the usual line-up of spectacular shows and the chance to live it up all day and night, there’s an emphasis on life’s other guilty pleasure this month –food and drink.
Expect the unexpected on 3 and 4 April at MGM Grand, when Beacher's Madhouse combines the best variety show with the energy of a nightclub and the atmosphere of a Circus. The NCAA Final Four basketball tournament concludes March Madness on 4 and 6 April. Although Las Vegas isn’t hosting this year, it is widely recognised as not only one of the greatest sporting events but one of the heaviest betting weekends on the calendar too.
Viva Las Vegas Car Show and Rockabilly Weekend returns to the Orleans Hotel and Casino on 2 to 5 April. Turn up your jeans, put on a tight sweater, don your leather jacket and relish all that rockabilly entails from music to cars.
Fill your thrill for speed at the 16th annual SummitRacing.com NHRA Nationals – held from 10 to 15 April on the drag strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Then drag yourself over to the Great Vegas Festival of Beer on 11 April from 3 to 7pm. There’s a selection of over 250+ craft beers, from more than 100 breweries, to choose from – you can also sample the Gastropub speciality menu and get a lesson in brewing beer when you attend a Brewlogic session.
Join one of America’s best-loved comedians and television stars, Jerry Seinfeld as he brings his critically-acclaimed stand-up show to Caesars Palace on 17 and 18 April.
Or head to the Hollywood Theatre at the MGM Grand to see the greatest illusionist of our time, David Copperfield. Shows run throughout April – so don’t miss out.
Big and small kids alike should make their way over to Marvel Universe Live at the Thomas & Mack Center from 23 to 26 April. See your favourite Marvel superheroes come to life in a spectacular show featuring special effects, pyrotechnics, martial arts and motorcycle stunts.
Gastronomers among us will love the Vegas Uncork'd food & wine festival, brought to you by Bon Appetit magazine, which returns on 23 up until 26 April. Catch the world's greatest chefs at Caesars Palace Grand Tasting, spend prime time with Jean-Georges Vongerichten at Bellagio or join the celebrity chef brunch at Aria.
Marvel at the myriad lights of Las Vegas. Discover its glittering casinos, world-class shopping, delectable dining and renowned nightlife. Take a day trip to the awe-inspiring Hoover Dam or majestic Grand Canyon. Then fly to New York and wander around skyscraper-studded Manhattan. See its legendary landmarks, shop at its iconic stores and picnic in lush Central Park. Catch a flight to Miami and soak up the Florida sunshine on its pristine white sands. Then sip sundowners at a buzzing South Beach bar.
Immerse yourself in the legendary nocturnal scene of glittering Las Vegas. Then take a flight to Los Angeles and take a stroll down renowned Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. Treat your family to an unforgettable day out at Universal Studios. Unwind on the sun-kissed shores of Santa Monica. Take in the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame, then groove to the beats at a hip West Hollywood nightspot. Fly from LA to Honolulu and spend some blissful downtime relaxing on the stunning sands of Hawaii.
See the twinkling lights of Las Vegas on an exhilarating helicopter ride over the strip. Drift in a gondola along the Venetian-style waterways of The Grand Canal Shoppes. Try your luck in the famous casinos then head to a pulsating nightspot. Drive to Arizona and gaze in awe at the rust-hued crags of the Grand Canyon. Continue to the historic town of Flagstaff on iconic Route 66. Before flying from Phoenix, stop at Scottsdale for a cool beer at a wooden-beamed saloon in Old Town.
Escape to the neon-lit paradise of gambling, shopping and entertainment that is Las Vegas. Then hire a car and take in the breathtaking natural beauty of Yosemite National Park en route to San Francisco. Explore this hilly city’s streets by vintage cable car. Dine overlooking the harbour at Fisherman’s Wharf and visit the notorious prison of Alcatraz. Continue to Los Angeles via the stunningly picturesque Pacific Coast Highway. Unwind on LA’s sun-drenched shores, or discover its world-class shopping, theme parks and nightlife.
Lose yourself in Las Vegas with its glitzy casinos, superlative shopping and world-class entertainment. Gaze at the glittering lights of the strip on a helicopter ride and visit the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon. Then fly to Miami and unwind on the Gold Coast’s glorious white sandy beaches. Treat yourself to a splurge at sprawling shopping malls and soak up the nocturnal energy of South Beach. End your holiday in the theme park capital of Orlando, where magical memories will be made at Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.
Avoid stepping on the wedding train of any new brides and watch the lights rise over Fremont, canopied with the three-block 'biggest TV screen in the world'.