Performers feed off the energy of their audience, and when there is no audience, there is no energy. To stop this problem before it starts, venues turn to FillASeat, a business that supplies its members with tickets to events that still have seats to fill. Members enjoy a year of entry to popular shows, sporting events, and concerts, bulking up the audience more suitably than a litter of chihuahuas dressed in tuxedoes. Upon joining FillASeat, members receive access to a list of upcoming events, which range from concerts, comedy, sports, and dance to theatre, symphonic and classical music, expos, and miscellaneous events.
Outside the general store in an old Western town, two duelists skip their customary paces and cut straight to the shootout. That's a major faux pas in the old west, but here no holds are barred. Their weapons are loaded with paintballs, and the town is "The Wild Wild West," one of four paintball fields at the indoor Club Splat.
In addition to "The Wild Wild West," avid paintball players designed all the club's fields with their fellow enthusiasts in mind. Its main stage, "Splat Town," is a tire- and barrel-littered replica of the "Nuke Town" level from Call of Duty: Black Ops, which, in turn, is an homage to a level from the unpopular 80s arcade staple Duck Hunt: Apocalypse. Further battles unfold on a classic speedball field full of inflatables, and the "Kids Splat' arena caters to young players with a pain-free game inspired by paintball.
Separated by skill level, teams face off for five- to seven-minute games, leaving them plenty of post-game time to explore the rest of Club Splat's 26,500-square foot facility. Combatants can take a break from color-coded warfare to send 8-balls and pucks zipping across billiards and air hockey tables in the glow-in-the-dark arcade, or outfit themselves with new paintball gear in Club Splat's 1,000-square foot pro-shop.
Located just 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, The Darling Tennis Center is one of the finest public tennis facilities in the United States. Featuring 23 lighted hardcourts, including one breathtaking stadium court with seating for up to 3,000 of your closest friends. Located at the corner of Washington and Durango.
Pilates Element focuses on more than just increasing strength and flexibility—the hardwood-floored studio’s relaxing atmosphere also cultivates a holistic, mind-body wellness. The diverse group workouts here run the gamut from traditional mat classes and Reformer sessions, which take place on Pilates’ signature resistance-training structure, to more niche coursework in Piloxing, yoga, and circus-training Pilates. For one-on-one attention, patrons can opt for private sessions or go stand in the corner for some one-on-zero attention. Thanks to various exercise modifications, the studio’s coursework can train students ranging from novice to veteran athlete, or it can aid with post-injury rehabilitation.
A 490-horsepower V8 engine purrs beneath the trunk of the Ferrari F430, waiting to propel its driver from zero to 60 miles per hour in four seconds flat. For most people, sitting behind the wheel of a Ferrari is a pipe dream. However, LasVegasExoticCars.com puts the roadster’s horsepower in the hands of the public with its fleet of rentable Ferraris. Before each adventure, a tutorial orients drivers to their new F1-inspired chariot. Whether its the unbridled power, supreme precision stitching, or speedometer shaped like Jay Leno’s face, a ride in one of LasVegasExoticCars.com’s Ferraris offers pavement-based thrills fit for any occasion.
Color Me Rad stages 5K races that transform runners into mobile rainbows by launching cheerful barrages of colored cornstarch. Each color station along the racetrack flings a new, nontoxic pigment at passersby, who wear white shirts to enhance the chromatic onslaught's costuming effects. Brilliant neon-blue, green, purple, and yellow clouds dapple participants along the way, and the race concludes with a prismatic finish-line finale as sprinters chuck colors at each other in celebration. The race's noncompetitive credo shifts the emphasis from speed to silliness, and a portion of its proceeds go to local charities.
Upon registration, each runner collects a Color Me Rad T-shirt, sunglasses, sponsor gifts, and a race bib. Though they don't receive a gift packet, runners younger than 8 years old can sprint for free, provided they have a waiver signed by a guardian and won't give in to demands for gold from confused leprechauns.