Nightlife in Downtown

Up to 40% Off Red, Wine, and Brew Fest

Red, Wine, and Brew Fest

Clark County Government Center Amphitheater

$33.60 $20

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Celebrate our troops and the upcoming 4th of July with barbecue, beer, live music, and donations to military charities

"Raiding The Rock Vault" – Up to 55% Off Classic Rock Revue

"Raiding The Rock Vault"

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, formerly Las Vegas Hotel/LVH

$59.85 $27

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Lavish revue traces the history of classic rock with hits performed by all-star musicians

Up to 50% Off Southwest Food and Drinks

Vince Neil's Tatuado Restaurant & Cantina

Las Vegas

$99.90 $54.90

Mötley Crüe lead singer and front man shares his favorite tequila-filled Southwest-inspired food and drinks

"Illusions" – Up to 62% Off Magic Show

"ILLUSIONS"

Starlite Theatre at the Riviera Hotel & Casino

$75.70 $29

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A skilled magician, assisted by glamorous dancers and willing audience members, performs death-defying stunts set to current pop music

Meat Loaf – Up to 28% Off Rock Concert

RockTellz & CockTails presents Meat Loaf

Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino

$89.45 $64

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Grammy-winning rocker and actor showcases hits in theatrical performance

"Million Dollar Quartet" – Up to 36% Off

Million Dollar Quartet

Harrah's Showroom at Harrah's Las Vegas

$71.20 $45.50

Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash gathered together for one incredible jam session recreated by this musical

Up to 57% Vegas Nightclub Crawl

Club Tour Vegas

The Strip

$99 $49

Club hop to five trendy venues on nighttime tour that includes VIP entry, party bus with wet bar, and drink specials

Up to 41% Off Juggling Show

Jeff Civillico: Comedy In Action

Showroom at The Quad

$49.50 $29

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Physical comedian delights audiences of all ages with dexterous feats and entertaining stage banter

Up to 68% Off Red Skelton Tribute Show

"Brian Hoffman's Remembering Red - A Tribute to Red Skelton"

Westin Hotel

$46.63 $16

Brian Hoffman pays homage to the storied comedian, pantomiming and slipping into such colorful characters as Gertrude and Heathcliff

Andrew Dice Clay – Up to 58% Off Standup

Andrew Dice Clay

Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

$68.25 $29

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Controversial comic, whose adult-themed nursery rhymes banned him from MTV, takes residence in Sin City for more no-holds-barred punch lines

Olivia Newton-John – Up to 29% Off Concert

Olivia Newton-John

Donny & Marie Showroom at Flamingo Las Vegas

$125 $89

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The celebrated singer and actress takes fans on a musical journey through her storied career

55% Off Cocktails

Golden Guestlist

The Strip

$150 $68

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Véronic: Voices – Up to 45% Off Concert

Veronic: Voices

Jubilee Theater at Bally's Las Vegas

$68.50 $38

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Powerhouse vocalist uncannily imitates the voices of famous female singers, including Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, and Dolly Parton

"Hitzville: The Show" – Up to 68% Off Motown Revue

“Hitzville: The Show”

V Theater

$62.68 $25.99

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All-ages nightly Motown show stars Jin-Jin Reeves and features the music of Gladys Knight and The Pips, The Four Tops, and more

Saxe Theater — Up to 56% Off "Vegas! The Show"

Vegas! The Show

Saxe Theater

$95 $45

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Historical Las Vegas revue chronicles the city's biggest stars to the tunes of a live big-band orchestra seven days a week

Up to 69% Off Sin City Comedy Show

Sin City Comedy

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

$48 $15

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Nationally renowned comedians take the stage each week, supported by dancers who mix glitzy costumes with their own bawdy humor

50% Off Pub Food at Blondie's Sports Bar & Grill

Blondies Sports Bar & Grill

The Strip

$30 $15

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Sports bar on The Strip serves burgers, salads & steak amid big-screen TVs

Up to 54% Off Pool Visit with Drinks

The Pleasure Pools at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

The Strip

$35 $19

Guests spread out on two separate pool decks with cocktails or enjoy a private visit in a cabana or day bed with drinks and a fruit platter

Compendium – Up to 71% Off Rock Tribute

"Compendium"

The Strip

$58.75 $19

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A rotating lineup of bands that switches out every six weeks pays tribute to history-makers such as KISS and U2

"Sydney After Dark" – Up to 46% Off Las Vegas Dance Revue

"Sydney After Dark"

Las Vegas

$59.35 $35

All-women burlesque revue combining the titillating choreography of topless burlesque with sleek, modern costumes makes its U.S. debut

Up to 65% Off Day at The Pool at the Rio

VooDoo Beach: The Pools at Rio Las Vegas

Las Vegas

$84 $29

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Sip specialty cocktails and relax on an optional daybed or in a cabana at a pool with waterfalls, palm trees, and a white-sand beach

Up to 58% Off Michael Jackson Tribute

"MJ LIVE"

Crown Theater at Rio Las Vegas

$77.75 $33

Renowned Michael Jackson impersonators pay tribute to the King of Pop in a show filled with hits, glitzy costumes, and choreography

Up to 53% Off Tommy Wind "Magic, Music, & More!"

Tommy Wind "Magic, Music, & More!"

Tommy Wind Theater & Event Center

$42.40 $21

Magician combines illusions, music, and comedy in a multimedia act

Murray, Celebrity Magician

Murray, Celebrity Magician

Laugh Factory at the Tropicana Las Vegas

$90.88 $29

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Veteran and up-and-coming comedians such as Jim Tavaré and Steve McGrew grace the stage of the Las Vegas arm of the legendary Hollywood club

The Australian Bee Gees – Up to 41% Off Tribute

The Australian Bee Gees

The Strip

$58.05 $34

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Australian trio recreates the look and sound of the band behind "Stayin' Alive" in a tribute enhanced by vintage footage

Up to 48% Off Gospel Brunch at House of Blues

All-You-Can-Eat-and-Drink Gospel Brunch at House of Blues

House of Blues at Mandalay Bay

$111 $59

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Local performers belt out gospel songs selected by Kirk Franklin as audiences clap along and dig into a hearty, Southern-style brunch buffet

The Molly Ringwalds – Up to 56% Off '80s Tribute

The Molly Ringwalds

House of Blues Las Vegas

$80 $35

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English tribute band salutes the sound, spirit, and fashion of the 1980s in an exuberant show of covers

Up to 57% Off Pub Food and Drinks at Aces and Ales Tenaya

Aces and Ales Tenaya

Las Vegas

$30 $16

Buffalo wings, barbecue-chicken pizza, and stuffed burgers pair with Lagunitas ale, shiraz, Irish whiskey, or reposado tequila

Up to 52% Off Wine and Tasting Plates at Grape Street Cafe

Grape Street Cafe

Summerlin

$47 $23

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Guests choose from 9 wine flights and pair pours with artisanal cheese and fresh fruit or appetizers such as calamari or roasted garlic

Up to 55% Off VIP Club Crawl

Premier Club Tours

Las Vegas Strip

$69 $34

Up to five stops; no lines or cover charges, discounted drinks, and red carpet treatment during VIP Las Vegas club crawl

44% Off Speed Dating

Crush Speed Dating Service

Summerlin South

$52 $29

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In the early 1950s, at the start of the Cold War, crowds would gather on the roof of Atomic Liquors, cocktails in hand, waiting for the show to begin. However, this particular brand of Vegas entertainment didn't feature singing, dancing, or strongmen wrestling slot machines. In fact, the stage was nearly 50 miles away, where the massive blasts from nuclear-bomb tests sent mushroom clouds billowing into the desert sky. Atomic Liquors—née Virginia's Cafe—changed its name in 1952 to jibe with its free entertainment. That same year, the bar's original owners, Joe and Stella Sobchik, outfitted it with a new sign, which the Huffington Post recently lauded as a classic piece of Americana.

When it first went up, that now-iconic sign was a beacon for Las Vegas' stable of stars. The Rat Pack and the Smothers Brothers used to drink here after their shows, and Barbara Streisand even had her own seat, which has since been restored and put on display. Indeed, as Atomic Liquors' list of famous patrons grew, so did its acting resume—movies such as Casino and The Hangover and TV shows such as The Twilight Zone have all filmed scenes at the bar. Yet despite the history of glitz and glamor, Sin City's oldest freestanding bar doesn't rest on its pedigree; its updated list of libations includes 60 different kinds of beer, including 20 on tap, as well as a plethora of whiskeys and other spirits.

Free parking is located on Fremont Street.

917 Fremont St
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Vanguard Lounge opened in 2010 with a bang, winning the awards for Best Lounge and Sexiest Wine List from Vegas Seven magazine. Since then, the hangout hasn't lost touch with what brought it to the party. The bartenders mix classic cocktails such as negronis (seven different kinds, in fact) as well as more ambitious concoctions such as the gin- and vodka-based Fuego Pepino, which is livened up with jalapeños and a few dashes of habanero bitters. A selection of wines and craft beers round out the all-liquid menu. Once guests receive their drink, they can find a seat inside the desert-toned lounge, migrate outside to the patio, or navigate to the dance floor where DJs spin four nights a week or until they get dizzy.

516 Fremont St
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Located on Fremont Street, right at the gateway to the Fremont East Entertainment District, Don’t Tell Mama is well situated to attract downtowners looking for live entertainment. A black and white checkerboard floor sets the tone, with ample tables and half-booths lining the walls, plus red velour drapes that hang around the large space. But the bar’s real draw is the grand piano, elevated on a small stage, from which singing bartenders and accompanists perform nightly. Patrons can make song requests and sing along with the waitstaff if they so choose. Or, better yet, get onstage themselves to perform renditions of Broadway show tunes, pop, rock, country, cabaret or any other song that comes to mind (and can be cued up from Don’t Tell Mama’s voluminous music files). There’s no cover but an enforced one drink minimum, so be prepared to spend some cash.

517 Fremont St
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Home of Las Vegas’ first traffic light and high-rise building, Fremont Street keeps fans of vintage Vegas consistently starstruck, with lavish celebrations thrown by the landmark's eponymous party-planning committee. As 2011 wanes, the TributePalooza celebration shreds resolutions into neon ticker tape with eight hours of crowd-pleasing rock strewn across three stages. Headlining the event, raucous hair-metal heroes Steel Panther glam it up with unabashedly goofy stage moves and unapologetic spandex. Following suit with headbanging levity, fellow silly-string strummers Rock Sugar mash up sound-pies of ‘80s pop and mascara metal, creating laughter you can dance to.

425 Fremont St
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Adding an element of whimsy to downtown pub crawls, Cycle Pub Vegas takes parties to the city's top bars on a group-peddled bike. Facing each other across two bars, groups power their movement through the peddles at their feet as a trained driver captains them to a custom itinerary of bars, each offering their own drink and food specials. An onboard sound system allows riders to pump their own tunes or create eerie zones of silence with the opposite waveform of a noisy crowd. Peddlers are welcome to tote along snacks and non-alcoholic beverages to keep bodies fueled while powered their nightly transport.

201 North 3rd Street
Las Vegas,
NV
US

In the heart of Fremont Street, The D Las Vegas Hotel & Casino sits surrounded by the bright lights of Sin City's most famous boulevard. The newly-renovated property is easily at home among its stylish neighbors, with a two-level casino and several entertainment venues on the premises. Of those, the always popular Longbar is billed by the hotel as living up to its name with the longest bar in all of Nevada. A few of the hotel's plethora of amenities include 638 newly remodeled rooms, a range of restaurants, a newly remodeled showroom with four shows a night, dancing dealers, and a vintage-style second casino level complete with coin-operated slots and a sigma derby simulated horse-racing game.

301 Fremont Street
Las Vegas,
NV
US