Las Vegas Attractions

Cultural Attractions

he culture of Las Vegas is quite eclectic. There is something for everyone, young or old. Las Vegas offers Orchestras for symphony lovers; Music concerts of some of today’s most popular artists from every music venue. Or nightclubs for those who want to get out and experience the nightlife or for drinks and dancing; theaters and shows for those who want drama, ballet or fine dining. Las Vegas even provides a perfect backdrop for film and movies and has been the setting for many hit movies in history.


                                                                       The Las Vegas Philharmonic
The Las Vegas Philharmonic Orchestra is a symphony which adds fine culture to the Las Vegas area. The Las Vegas Philharmonic Orchestras’ breathtaking sounds rise above the noise of slot machines, charming its continually growing audiences with a Classical Series that presents some of the best classical artists from around the world. The Las Vegas Philharmonic has grown into a nationally recognized orchestra.

Artemus Ham Concert Hall

Offering exceptional acoustics, comfortable seating for nearly 2000 visitors, and a large, brilliantly adorned lobby with fine art, the Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall is an impressive venue that produces no competition in fine arts and culture arena.

House of Blues at Mandalay Bay Events Center

Seven nights a week, visitors can enjoy a surprising variety of music - rock, rap, rockabilly, reggae, jazz…and blues. Located in the Mandalay Bay Events Center; the House of Blues Restaurant, serves Southern specialty dishes and also presents live concerts and shows on most nights of the week.

The Pearl at the Palms

The Pearl Showroom at the stunning Palms Hotel Casino in Las Vegas is an excellent place for visitors’ favorite concerts. The Pearl presents rock concerts throughout the year of some of the top artists of today, as well as other special presentations such as ‘Ultimate Fighting’.

                                                                  The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is part of the Caesars Palace casino complex on the Las Vegas Strip. It was initially created for Celine Dion's show “A New Day.”
The architecture designed for the arena was given a theme of the ancient Colosseum in Rome. Although Celine Dion was the main entertainer at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace other entertainers have used the set as well. The main headliners of 2009 at The Colosseum are Cher and Bette Midler.


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