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Ready for a rockin' meal? Try out a handful of restaurants around town that offer live music while you dine, leaving you movin' and groovin' while you munch. So, grab a drink from the bar, load up your plate and sit back to enjoy the show!
BB King offers music seven nights a week from funky and fast to soulful and smooth.
PBR Rock Bar & Grill offers live country music performances and DJs.
Enjoy Caribbean tunes at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville.
Rock & Rita's brings its "Great American Party" to Circus Circus with flair bartending, live music and festive signature dishes in this low-key party spot.
Toby Keith's I Love This Bar features live country music and a true "down-home" atmosphere.
Lynyrd Skynyrd BBQ & Beer features classic hits and Texas-style BBQ.
Check out Diablo's Cantina for live music and sin-sational Mexican food.
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Grab an ale or lager and jiggy with live music featuring Irish bands at Nine Fine Irishmen.
Check out the singing wait staff and yummy American food at Roxy's Diner.
Also, check out the Hard Rock Café on Las Vegas Boulevard. This 950-seat restaurant doubles as a live concert venue and has the world's largest Rock Shop complete with Hard Rock's limited-edition merchandise. Hennessey's Tavern, located in the "World's Largest Pint Glass" in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, is open all day and night offering gaming and live entertainment.
Yum, yum! If you're going out to eat, you might as well enjoy some live entertainment too. Let the dance party begin!
Hagar played about a dozen signature songs to a packed house, including hits from his solo career such as "There's Only One Way to Rock," "I Can't Drive 55," and "Three Lock Box" along with a few songs from his Van Halen days, including "Why Can't This Be Love," "Right Now," "Top of the World" and "Best of Both Worlds," which you can see here:
The show was a precursor to Saturday, when Hagar and his band will open for Aerosmith at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Big-name acts are all over Las Vegas Saturday night, including Adam Lambert at Mandalay Bay Beach, Toby Keith with Trace Adkins inside the Pearl Theater at the Palms, Lionel Richie at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Better Than Ezra at Silverton and Kenny Loggins at the Sunset Outdoor Amphitheater at Sunset Station.
Along with an entertainment lineup you won't find anywhere else, Las Vegas also has amazing pool parties, unparalleled dining and shopping, luxurious spas, championship golf courses and sizzling nightlife. It's all part of Camp Vegas, the ultimate celebration of adult freedom. Book your trip to Las Vegas and experience summer camp like you never have before.
For a complete list of shows and events in Las Vegas all year round, go to LasVegas.com.