If you're into music, Las Vegas is playing your song. From one-of-a-kind venues like The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and The Pearl at The Palms to the funky Downtown Vintage Guitars shop, one thing is clear - Vegas rocks. This is where world tours come for their finale, but your trip is just getting started.
Some of the Strip's biggest shows are music-centric. There's LOVE at The Mirage, Cirque du Soleil's show that brings the music of The Beatles to life. Right down the street at ARIA, you'll find Viva ELVIS, also by Cirque du Soleil. And - in case you haven't heard - Celine's back at Caesars Palace with an all-new show.
Yep, music feeds the soul. The belly, not so much. But wait - you're in Las Vegas, and here, you can combine your appetite for food and music like nowhere else. Head to Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill at Harrah's for their world-famous fried bologna sandwich. Toby loves that, too - in case you were wondering.
Toby's not the only one with a restaurant in Las Vegas. You can find your saltshaker at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville in the Flamingo, take in a mariachi brunch at Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo Cantina or go Southern at the gospel brunch at House of Blues in Mandalay Bay.
All of that will leave you hoping for an Encore, which is the only place you'll be able to see Garth Brooks perform. Of course, you could always head to The Studio at The Palms and record your own music. Get ready to hold your lighter high - your set's about to start.