Event Rental Services in Meadows


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  • The Springs Preserve
    What makes it great: 180 acres of Las Vegas history, botanical garden, trails through the wetlands, butterfly habitat, sustainable solar house, canyon-themed playground
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    333 S Valley View Blvd.
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Karaoke Korner
    Melanie Bishop, Peace O' Cake's head baking buff, crafts delicious, custom-made confections for sugar seekers and their loving kin. Treat eaters may choose sugar or chocolate-chip dunking discs for their bouquets, which make ideal gifts for birthdays and recent accomplishments, or for rewarding one's self in front of envious onlookers.
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    5643 W Charleston Blvd
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Las Vegas Philharmonic
    Las Vegas doesn't necessarily have a reputation for high culture, but the founders of the Las Vegas Philharmonic showed they were serious from their very first concert. In 1999, the orchestra debuted with Mahler's Resurrection Symphony, a demanding work with unusual instrumentation that can stretch up to 90 minutes in length. "As far as we know, this is the largest staging of a classical music piece in the city's history," cofounder Harold Weller told the Review-Journal of the 260-musician production. In the decade-plus since then, the Philharmonic has continued its record of accessible ambition with a pops series, live accompaniment to silent films, and collaborations with superstars such as Sarah Brightman, Placido Domingo, and Andrea Bocelli. In 2012, the orchestra moved into The Smith Center, a brand new cultural center built from 2,458 tons of Indiana limestone and crowned by an art-deco-style carillon tower that holds 47 bells. Inside the theater, streamlined chandeliers evoke 1920s elegance, and a wide, palm-tree-flanked lawn frames the massive building with enough space for outdoor spectacles and double dates with other orchestras.
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    1412 S Jones Blvd
    Las Vegas, NV US
  • Dinner in the Sky
    Suspended more than 180 feet above the Strip—with nothing but open air beneath them—a dinner party of 22 chats and sups on a gourmet menu. Four-star service is provided by professional chefs and mixologists, who plate and pour the meal as diners swivel, strapped into their chairs, to catch unparalleled views of Red Rock Canyon and the city below.
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    2800 W Sahara Ave
    Las Vegas, NV US
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