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Vegas Weekend: Comedy, concerts, clubs and more

No place compares to Las Vegas on the weekend, with concerts, comedy, celebrities and club performances. Check out who's in town this weekend below, or scroll through our full weekend lineup.

Daniel Tosh

Friday, Jan. 23




Saturday, Jan. 24




Sunday, Jan. 25



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Brunchtime, Vegas style

Brunch. It's not just a midday meal to cover breakfast and lunch ... in Las Vegas, brunchtime is an experience all its own.

At BARDOT Brasserie, Chef Michael Mina’s new French restaurant at ARIA Resort & Casino, enjoy a delicious brunch experience every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Guests can indulge in decadent dishes such as Lobster Croissant Benedict and Brioche French Toast with vanilla mascarpone while enjoying bottomless rosé wine and avant-garde brunch cocktails.

Border Grill

Enjoy unlimited small plates and bottomless mimosas at Border Brunch at Border Grill, with locations at Mandalay Bay and inside the Forum Shops at Caesars, or for an intimate brunch setting on the Strip, try Jasmine at Bellagio

The Country Club

With breathtaking views of the golf course, live music and an all-you-can-eat menu, The Country Club’s at Wynn Las Vegas is a can't-miss experience. Try the seafood ceviche and unlimited crab legs, shrimp and oysters. And for a unique party brunch, the Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues is proof that food is good for the soul. Next door at Veranda in the Four Seasons, the Italian Screwdriver is a perfect wake-up call to go with the foccacia Eggs Benedict.

Simon Restaurant and Lounge

At Bally's, on weekends BLT Steak is home to the legendary Sterling Brunch, featuring Lobster, Filet Mignon, Lamb, Eggs Benidict, Caviar and Bottomless Perrier Jouet Champagne. Just off the Strip at Palms Place, the Sunday brunch at Simon Restaurant and Lounge  is as casual as they come ... you can show up in your pajamas if you like. Just make sure you are hungry and ready for an unforgettable meal. DB Brasserie at The Venetian features a weekend brunch from 11:30-3 with everything from Alsatian Tarte Flambée to Oysters on the Half Shell. 

bar + bistro

Downtown, you can also find mouthwatering brunches at bar + bistro, as well as Park on Fremont in the Fremont East District. and other tasty brunches are spread out throughout the city. In Summerlin, MadeLV at Tivoli Village and MTO Café in the Downtown Summerlin shopping district will satisfy any appetite. 

Enjoy a brunch experience like no place else in Las Vegas!

Vegas Weekend: Eric Church, Adam Carolla, Styx and more invade Vegas

From incredible concerts to hilarious comedy to finding the biggest celebrities enjoying the vibrant club scene, it's all happening in Las Vegas. Check out who's in town this weekend below or scroll through our full weekend lineup.

Eric Church

Friday, Jan. 16



Adam Carolla

Saturday, Jan. 17




Sunday, Jan. 18



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Vegas Weekend: Concerts, comedy, celebrities and clubs - Experience it all!

From incredible concerts to hilarious comedy to finding the biggest celebrities enjoying the vibrant club scene, it's all happening in Las Vegas. Check out who's in town this weekend below or scroll through our full weekend lineup.

Willie Nelson 

Friday, Jan. 9



Steve Byrne

Saturday, Jan. 10




Sunday, Jan. 11



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Raise your glass to these unique Vegas libations

Looking for something unique and innovative to quench your thirst? Head to Las Vegas, where some of the top mixologists have creative concoctions ready to tantalize your taste buds.

The brand-new Bardot Brasserie at ARIA's cocktail program combines the best of French culture and Las Vegas style. Signature sips include And God Created Women, a satisfying layering of French spirits and egg whites; and the Voltaire, a cider-based cocktail that dazzles the senses with baked apple bitters and housemade ginger syrup.

Commonwealth drinks

For some unique beverages, head to the Laundry Room - the secret speakeasy environment at the Commonwealth in the Fremont East District. You can only get it through a hidden door with a reservation, which you can only make by texting the "secret" number. When you do gain entry, you can only stay for two hours, so be sure to try Ciao Bella (above at left: Italian Amaretto, Amaro Espresso-Coffee Liqueur, Cold-Pressed Coffee, Cream, Aromatic Bitters) and Pennsylvania Pumpkin Pie (above, center: Rye Whiskey, Amaretto, Pumpkin Puree, Fresh Orange Juice, Egg Whites). Then head to the ourdoor patio and try the Mule In Heat (above right: Premium Vodka, Passion Fruit, Jalapeño, Fresh Lime and Ginger). 

How about a cocktail for breakfast? That's what you'll find in the Breakfast Martini at Bound Bar inside The Cromwell. It's made with cBombay Sapphire gin, Cointreau (orange-flavored liqueur), fresh lemon juice and orange marmalade. 

For another signature libation, head over to the Chandelier Bar at The Cosmopolitan and try The Infinite Playlist. This variation of the classic cocktail, The Old Fashioned, features a 12-year aged rum as the base, aged in bourbon barrels, marrying the toffee and oak, with vanilla undertones.

The new Double Barrel Roadhouse at Monte Carlo is home to Winter Bliss, a concoction consisting of Zaya Rum, Bulliet, ginger syrup, lemon and milk. It's garnished with cinnamon and clove sprinkles.

You'll always find great cocktail-hour specials everywhere you look in Las Vegas, so sip on some of these smooth sensations and make your next visit just a little bit sweeter! 


Irish eyes are always smilin' in Las Vegas for St. Patrick's Day

Whether it's the top o' the morning, midday, or nighttime - you'll find St. Patrick's Day events at the end of every rainbow in Las Vegas. Here are places to enjoy traditional fare, authentic brews, or just to hang out and make your friends green with envy:

Hennessey's Tavern

Craving some good ol' Irish grub? Head to Hennessey's Tavern on Fremont Street for a ramekin of shepherd's pie, an order of the pub's famous tavern fries and finish up with homemade Irish pudding. Afterward, head upstairs for live music in the world's largest pint glass! It's a St. Patrick's Day party waiting to happen!

There's plenty more to do while you're downtown. Check out the drink specials and giveaways at The D Las Vegas and Golden Gate while enjoying live music and more. 

Nine Fine Irishmen

If a traditional Irish bar setting is what you crave, Nine Fine Irishmen at New York-New York Hotel and Casino lives up to its name. This Victorian-style bar has two levels of outdoor patio seating with spectacular views of the Strip, sumptuous food, fine spirits, and live music nightly. 

Brendan's Irish Pub

Take a seat at Brendan's Irish Pub at The Orleans, fashioned after an authentic Irish pub, for a tall glass of your favorite beer on tap, or spring for an old-fashioned Irish whiskey. 


Grab your lucky charm and head over to O'Sheas on Las Vegas Boulevard by the Linq for plenty of St. Paddy's revelry. 

Ri Ra Las Vegas

Ri Ra is a must-see pub inside Mandalay Place - home to the GUINNESS Store featuring the largest collection of memorabilia and gifts outside of Ireland!

For more authentic Irish ambiance, check out the deals and atmosphere at Quinn’s Irish Pub at Green Valley Ranch, or J.C. Wooloughan's Irish Pub inside JW Marriott.

Irish eyes are always smilin' in Las Vegas!

Vegas Weekend: Get into the holiday spirit with Brian Setzer Orchestra, the Nutcracker and more!

It's beginning to look a lot like ... another amazing Las Vegas weekend! Special holiday-themed shows will help you get into the spirit, as well as the variety of top-notch entertainment that only Las Vegas can deliver. Check out who's in town this weekend below or scroll through our full weekend lineup.

The Nutcracker 

Friday, Dec. 19



 Brian Setzer Orchestra

Saturday, Dec. 20




Sunday, Dec. 21



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There's plenty to do and see in Vegas without spending a cent

On a budget? There's nothing better than attractions that don't require dipping into your wallet. Las Vegas is home to lots of free activities and must-see experiences that you can enjoy year-round without spending a dime.  

Welcome to Las Vegas sign

No trip to Vegas is complete without getting your picture taken by the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign. It's been a Las Vegas landmark for 60 years, and it's easy to get to on the south end of the Strip.

Fountains of Bellagio

The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at Bellagio, open 24 hours a day, features a stunning display of flowers, plants and trees, which is frequently changed and always provides a beautiful view.  The Fountains of Bellagio are a spectacular blend of water, music and light thoughtfully interwoven, and recently named the number one free attraction in the U.S. by TripAdvisor.com. Next door on the Strip is the art collection at CityCenter – amazing sculptures, paintings and more on display throughout ARIA, Vdara, Mandarin Oriental and Crystals. You can also visit the art studio at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas for an intriguing collection of contemporary works. 

Lake of Dreams

For more water wonders, check out the Lake of Dreams at Wynn Las Vegas, 3-acre secluded lake surrounded by lush forest, with a beautiful and free showing nightly.  

Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street Experience presents Viva Vision, the "Biggest Big Screen" on the planet. With more than 12.5 million lights 550,000 watts of amazing sound, this nightly complimentary attraction is a sight not to be missed.

Flamingo Wildlife Habitat

If you're a fan of animals and wildlife, visit the Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo and see Chilean Flamingos, lush foliage, sparkling waters, swans, ducks, Koi and turtles.


There's definitely something fishy going on at the Aquarium inside The Silverton. The 117,000-gallon saltwater tank is home to the free interactive fish feeding shows with the 4,200 tropical fish, stingrays, eels and sharks.

Volcano at The Mirage

Other can't-miss Las Vegas favorites include the Volcano at The Mirage, the unparalleled collection of rock memorabilia throughout the Hard Rock Hotel and the complimentary world-renowned circus acts daily at Circus Circus.

The price is right, so be sure to enjoy these amazing free attractions in Las Vegas!

Vegas Weekend: Tears for Fears, Smashing Pumpkins and more

Las Vegas is home to the best concerts, comedy, celebrity parties and club scene every weekend. Check out who's in town this weekend below or scroll through our full weekend lineup.

 Rodney Carrington

Friday, Dec. 12



 Tears For Fears

Saturday, Dec. 13




Sunday, Dec. 14



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Jason Kennedy: My bachelor party weekend in Vegas

by Jason Kennedy

When you spend your life interviewing celebrities like I do, it's nice to feel like you're on the other side of the rope once in a while. That's how it was for my friends and me last month when I had my bachelor party in Las Vegas. The whole weekend was amazing, and Vegas has a way of making everyone feel like a star.

There are few things better to me than having all my best buds together. And this weekend we all happened to be together.. in one of the most exciting cities in the world! As you can imagine, I had been looking forward to this trip for a long time. You only get one bachelor party, after all. And from the get-go, I wasn't disappointed. You should have seen the room my group had a The Venetian, for starters. I'm pretty sure it was bigger than my house. I got lost twice. Hats off to the resort staff for their insane hospitality. I'm forever grateful for the way they treated us. 


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Jason Kennedy

The first night we hit the Brooklyn Bowl, checked out the High Roller observation wheel and took on the very relaxing Voodoo Zip Line at the Rio scooting across hotel towers at 500 feet. Here's my best man Rich Wilkerson in complete panic mode while I remain perfectly calm. 


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The next day I was determined to do something that didn't require signing a waiver. If you like golf, you have to play a round at Bali Hai Golf Course. It's one of my favorite courses and, no, I won't tell you what I shot. Let's say Rickie Fowler's job is safe.


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That night we had dinner at TAO. It's worth flying to Vegas just for their spicy tuna with crispy rice rolls and baked cod. Thank you to Mike Snedegar and the gang for always making me feel like family. After dinner, we continued the party upstairs to TAO Nightclub where all my friends surprised me with a cake. I don't know why they got me a cake. Is that what people do for bachelor parties? Either way, I was so grateful for all of them trekking from all over the country to meet me in this city that never disappoints. And I'm equally as grateful to all the wonderful people of Las Vegas who took away the worries (except for whoever planned the zip line trip), and let us enjoy one of the best weekends of my life. Thank you, Las Vegas!

~ Jason

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