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Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas is a city where everything is man-made, created by artificial efforts to construe an entertainment masterpiece in the middle of the desert. An experiment in urban planning, this Nevadan city has quite the reputation. 24-hour casinos, famous resorts, themed hotels, grand fountains, and replicas of the world’s greatest attractions fill the streets of Las Vegas. Because Las Vegas is known for its entertainment industry, its music industry is in good company. Keep reading to learn more about the venues, Las Vegas theatre shows, and more that make Las Vegas a city where the music does not stop playing.
Las Vegas has a multitude of over the top venues to explore
For clubbers, Las Vegas is a mecca, with gritty dive bars, ostentatious clubs, and sultry lounges to choose from all over the city. A city built on its tourist attractions, practically every hotel, resort, and corner store has a venue attached to it. Some of the most well-known spots include The Joint (at the Hard Rock Hotel), Pearl Concert Theater, Beauty Bar (at the Salon of Beauty), Mandarin Bar (at the Mandarin Oriental), Opium Theatre (at The Cosmopolitan), Double Down Saloon, House of Blues, XS (at Encore), O’Sheas, Surrender Encore Beach Club (at Encore), and more. Whether you want something unpretentious or glamorous to everywhere in between, this city has something to offer.
Being one of the show business centers of the United States, Las Vegas’ concerts go above and beyond, incorporating other elements of entertainment to produce dynamic shows
Las Vegas is a place where performance can be found in any corner of the city and at any time of day or night. Listeners who are used to watching concerts that are purely about the music will get more than they bargained for in this city. Concerts are transformed into shows by involving elements such as dance, humor, costumes, story lines, acrobatics, and more. Instead of music being the focal point, the collective experience in the focal point, which means music is an accessory to the concert experience.
Hardcore music junkies may say this is inauthentic. However, Las Vegas is all about the invented anyhow. If the typical concert seems a little cut and dry or repetitive, liven things up with one of the many shows circulating along the strip. Shows change constantly, but a great experience can be found in burlesque, Cabernet, impersonation, circus, and other sub-genres. Hear how music builds tension and excitement in these extreme concerts. Or, take up a more traditional concert experience by seeing musicians such as Celine Dion accompanied by performance-driven sets and theatrics.
Beneath the saturation of big-name performers, Las Vegas has an underground music scene where little-known performers get their start
Bands such as The Killers, Imagine Dragons, and Panic! at the Disco made their way in Vegas. Countless national acts make their way through the strip each year, too, packing venues with vibrant shows. However, Las Vegas is not a city reserved for the biggest and best in show business. Sure, that is the scene that most tourists fall into when visiting, but there is much to experience in the undercurrents of its smaller scale entertainment options. Sometimes, less is more, even Las Vegas.