Las Vegas is constantly evolving to offer the world an immersive playground of the latest and greatest in entertainment, sports, nightlife, dining and so much more. From a new production show and fabulous pastries, to Italian fare and fresh flowers, here’s a taste of the latest things to do in Vegas. 


Awakening at Wynn Las Vegas 

Witness the quest of a heroine and two travelers as they seek to reunite lost lovers in this mythical and magical production. Set in a custom-designed, 360-degree theater, the show features dramatic choreography, technology and narration provided by Academy Award winner, Anthony Hopkins. Find out more about this imaginative spectacle from VEGAS ON below. 

Vetri Cucina  at Palms Casino Resort  

Award-winning chef Marc Vetri’s adored Vetri Cucina is now serving fabulous Italian fare complete with impressive views of Las Vegas on the 56th floor of the Palms Casino Resort. Intimate and inspired, the 75-seat space offers antipasti, pastas, desserts and more. 


Balla Italian Soul  at SAHARA Las Vegas 

Complete with a live-action kitchen and pasta-making window, this Italian spot offers flair and delicious cuisine to pair. The regional and seasonal menu features rustic, fire-roasted meats and fish, handmade pastas and Roman pizzas. A Eurocentric wine list and a whimsical dessert menu complete the experience. 

Dominique Ansel Las Vegas  at Caesars Palace 

World-acclaimed and award-winning pastry chef Dominique Ansel brings his eponymous patisserie to Las Vegas, offering signature creations — including the Cronut® — and even a collection of delectables signature to Caesars Palace. Discover an inside view from VEGAS ON below.

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at Bellagio Resort & Casino 

The seasonal exhibits of this free attraction have remained a popular crowd-pleaser for more than two decades. Made almost entirely of fresh flowers, the displays are themed to the time of year — be sure to check out the Lunar New Year and spring installments! 

Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition at The Shops at Crystals 

Visitors can enjoy a captivating and informative glimpse into the life of The People’s Princess. “Given this collection, we have a unique opportunity to … [offer] guests both an entertainment and a museum-level quality experience,” said David Corelli, curator and producer of the exhibit. Spanning over 10,000 feet across 12 rooms, the experience features 700 royal artifacts and a walking audio tour. 


The Arcade at Horseshoe Las Vegas

Spanning 7,000 square feet, this massive gaming emporium offers more than 80 arcade games. From state-of-the-art VR offerings to classics like pin ball, there’s something for every kid (or kid at heart). 


Brew Dog Las Vegas 

Las Vegas’ first-ever carbon-negative bar is open on the Strip, as Brew Dog Las Vegas is serving beers from 96 taps while being completely environmentally friendly. The 30,000 square foot complex features an on-site microbrewery, rooftop terrace, menu of spectacular bar fare and “The Fortress” on the third floor—a fun spot complete with shuffleboard and old-school arcade games. 


Flight Club at Luxor Hotel and Casino 

Darts take flight at this spot devoted to the bar sport. Social darts are complemented by an extensive beer and cocktail list and a menu of bar-food favorites like guacamole, shrimp cocktail and flatbreads. With so much going on, this space is a bullseye for your night out in Vegas! 



Must-See Residencies 

Another week, another fabulous and electrifying Las Vegas residency. If you’re looking for country, Miranda Lambert continues headlining Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino  — where Keith Urban  will also play a lineup of dates. Garth Brooks  is also in the mix, offering a residency at The Colosseum  at Caesars Palace, where pop fans can also catch Weekends with Adele  with the GRAMMY Award-winning songstress. You can also wake up in Vegas after a night at Katy Perry’s PLAY  residency at Resorts World Theatre  at Resorts World Las Vegas, or experience the smooth moves and vocal stylings of Bruno Mars  at Park MGM’s  Dolby Live. The options to see a superstar’s show are endless in the Entertainment Capital of the World.   


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