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On New Year's Eve, the top performers in the world will be in one place - Las Vegas. Make plans now for scoring VIP seats at the best nightclubs on the Strip.
The holiday season is upon us, and the bright lights and hustle and bustle of Las Vegas is filled with plenty of festive cheer. As the temperatures cool and little kids get excited about all the trinkets to be stuffed in their stockings, the Vegas is coming alive.
Take a look at some of the things to do in Las Vegas this month.
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The western side of the Las Vegas Strip has seen some dramatic changes over the past few years. MGM Resorts International has spearheaded a series of projects near Tropicana Avenue, hoping to help make Sin City a bigger tourist draw than ever before.
By Rob Kachelriess
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New Year's Eve is an absolutely gorgeous spectacle in Las Vegas. The entire Strip shuts down to traffic as people fill the streets and watch fireworks shoot from the rooftops of seven casinos at the stroke of midnight. Just pick the right place to catch all the action.
Fall is finally here! Jack-o-lanterns, pumpkins and goblins are getting ready to make appearances across the valley. Vegas is ready to set the stage with great things to do in October - the month when ghosts say “Boo!”
It's just about time for the harsh desert sun to become a little more comfortable and as summer gives way to autumn, September's still holding onto some of the carefree spirit of the past few months.
Looking for a few fun things to do in Las Vegas this September? We’ve got you covered!
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There's no shortage of big shows on the Las Vegas Strip. However, there are three especially deserving of your attention right now. One is brand new, another is saying goodbye, and an old favorite is changing locations.
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The Electric Daisy Carnival is returning to Las Vegas this month. The Motor Speedway will be packed with 400,000 fans over three days, from dusk to dawn, June 17-19. Every big party requires a little bit of planning, so pull out your pencil and get ready to cross the following items off your EDC 2016 checklist.