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 multisensory art installation to delicious hand-pulled noodles, here’s a taste of the latest things to do in Vegas.


Wink World: Portals into the Infinite at AREA15

This new addition at AREA15 is a psychedelic and immersive art installation from the mind of a Blue Man Group co-founder. Wink World: Portals Into the Infinite takes you on a journey through six infinity mirror rooms, each with distinct combinations of light, color, sound, and motion.

Noodle Den at SAHARA Las Vegas

Take a seat at The Noodle Den at SAHARA Las Vegas and slurp up a delicious bowl of chef Guoming “Sam” Xin’s famous, hand-pulled noodles. The eatery on SAHARA’s new restaurant row features Northern Chinese cuisine and a demonstration kitchen to watch the culinary magic at work.

Carversteak at Resorts World Las Vegas

Presenting a menu of elevated steakhouse favorites, Carversteak at Resorts World Las Vegas features selections of Japanese, Australian and domestic Wagyu. Visitors can pair their favorite dish with a classic cocktail featuring a contemporary twist—or choose from an extensive wine list and extensive whiskey collection.

Pinball Hall of Fame

Whether you’ve been to Pinball Hall of Fame’s new location right on the Strip or not, it’s always worth grabbing a roll of quarters and playing a couple of games, suitable for all ages. With over 400 machines, you’ve got to be the pinball wizard of one!


Resorts World Las Vegas has debuted a multimedia experience called GLOW, which brings the hotel’s technologically advanced architecture to life. Watch eye-catching optical illusions and exciting shows with extraordinary visuals pop up simultaneously across the resort’s multimedia features, including its expansive LED exterior and eye-catching globe right off the hotel’s lobby. The GLOW show runs daily, every hour on the hour, from noon to 1 a.m.


Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art

The digital art exhibition currently on display at Bellagio Resort and Casino’s Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, Ase: Afro Frequencies, celebrates the historical, social, and cultural aspects of the Black Experience. The exhibit, presented by ARTECHOUSE in collaboration with Afro-Surrealist visual artist Vince Fraser and poet Ursula Rucker, features installations inspired by West African traditions.


Immersive entertainment experience AREA15 recently debuted LIFTOFF, a panoramic ride lifting guests 130 feet into the air—from which the Strip will look absolutely stunning. Visitors can start the party—or end it—with a beverage of their choice atop this extremely unique attraction offering sweeping views of Las Vegas.

Must-See Residencies

Another week, another fabulous and electrifying Las Vegas residency. 2022 gets off to a country-fried musical start with Luke Bryan at The Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas and Shania Twain at Zappos Theater inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. It’s all about classic rock at Venetian Theatre at The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino, where bands Chicago and Foreigner take up residency. Scorpions bring the noise to Zappos Theater, with Skid Row in tow. Oh, and don’t miss Van Morrison at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Barry Manilow at Westgate Las Vegas, Donny Osmond at Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, and Wayne Newton—Mr. Las Vegas himself—at Flamingo Las Vegas.



Now that you’re an expert of all things new and exciting to do in Las Vegas, check out some hotel offers and exclusive deals. Start planning your next trip to the Entertainment Capital of the World now!