Clubs in Green Hills

Andrew Dice Clay at Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (Up to 58% Off). Select Dates, November 21–December 21.

Andrew Dice Clay

Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

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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

$69.25 $29

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An Evening with Rita Rudner at Harrah's Showroom at Harrah's Las Vegas on October 29–December 27 (Up to 47% Off)

An Evening with Rita Rudner

Harrah's Showroom at Harrah's Las Vegas

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Standup veteran with HBO specials, Late Show appearances, and a penchant for sparkly ball gowns

$67.49 $37

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"Tony N' Tina's Wedding" at Windows at Bally's Las Vegas (Up to 36% Off)

"Tony N' Tina’s Wedding"

Windows at Bally's Las Vegas

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Theatergoers get a one-of-a-kind experience in this interactive performance that premiered off-Broadway in 1988

$121.99 $81

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Las Vegas Live Comedy Club at V Theater (Up to 71% Off)

Las Vegas Live Comedy Club

V Theater

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Nightly comedy show featuring nationally renowned standup acts seen on HBO, Showtime, and Comedy Central

$73.68 $28

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Sin City Comedy Show for One with a Drink at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino (Up to 69% Off)

Sin City Comedy

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

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

$48 $15

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Standup Comedy Show for Two with Option for VIP Seating at Laugh Factory (Up to 66% Off)

Laugh Factory

The Strip

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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

$92.88 $32

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In vintage Vegas fashion, Ichabod's entertains for 24 hours a day and boasts live music and video gaming to accompany the extensive lunch and dinner selections. Start your Tuesday afternoon right by shimmying into a cozy red booth and indulging in a basket of fried clams and french fries ($8.99), or find out how much you can eat on the generous all-you-can-eat soup and salad bar ($8.99). The dinner menu boasts a dozen varieties of burgers, including the chili burger ($8.99), with cheddar cheese, red onions, and chili, and entrees offer satisfying selections such as the 12-ounce broiled rib eye ($17.99), classic chicken-fried steak ($11.99), and a tortilla-crusted tilapia ($13.99).

3300 E Flamingo Rd
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

During the concert extravaganza of the Country Superstars Tribute, four talented singers team up with a five-piece band to celebrate twangy legends such as Garth Brooks and Willie Nelson in a posh, 600-seat concert hall. After a collection of songs from Reba McEntire's Grammy-winning oeuvre, a Tim McGraw tribute artist culls from the star's 32 No. 1 hits, from the rascally "I Like It, I Love It" to a musical rendition of Munch's The Scream. In addition to mastering singers' tale-spinning vocals, tribute artists also capture their signature styles, from Kenny Chesney's signature cowboy hat to Reba's ubiquitous propeller beanie.

129 Fremont Street
Las Vegas,
NV
US

The Dispensary Lounge's bright red doors usher the bar's clientele into a tangerine space filled with hanging plants and furniture that reclines at easy angles. While the bar stays open all 24 hours of the day, the kitchen produces edibles from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. In that 14-hour span each day, patrons can gnaw on a texas barbecued cheeseburger slathered in homemade spicy western marinade ($6.95) or dip a baked ham-and-cheese sandwich into a tiny vat of the owners' special mustard sauce ($8.95). An angular, wooden bar transmits cool drinks ($4–$5) as patrons navigate the video poker games inset into the bar top. The Dispensary Lounge also hosts weekly drawings, and though winners do not have to be physically present, their body doubles must stand in to accept the prize.

2451 E Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Greg London's impressions of famous musicians and pop-culture legends have earned him the consternation and begrudging respect of celebrities worldwide. Set to the tune of fast-paced music and his own booming singing voice, London lampoons famed figures such as Ozzy Osbourne, Rod Stewart, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Colorfully costumed dancers flank the brightly lit stage as London dons the signature threads of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and other staples of the music and the office-supplies industries. Listen to London's personality-recreating skills and guitar-tickling abilities from premium, midlevel seats while admiring Shimmer Cabaret's sparkly gold curtains, crisscrossed lighting, and intimate atmosphere.

3000 Paradise Road
Las Vegas,
NV
US

In the intimate showroom of the Shimmer Cabaret, two comedians will take the stage to rile audiences with laughter during the Icons of Comedy Series. Hal Sparks performs May 25–29 with a bevy of quick-witted quips and side-splitting observations. Known for his five seasons as Michael Novotny on the Showtime program Queer as Folk, Sparks initially honed his humor prowess and sharpened his comedy swords at Chicago's renowned Second City, which denies any knowledge of the first city's whereabouts. Since then, he's appeared in a variety of movies and TV shows, and has been a guest on talk shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live, Larry King Live, and The Tonight Show.

3000 Paradise Road
Las Vegas,
NV
US