Las Vegas is, of course, known as the entertainment capital of the world. As you probably know, with Vegas entertainment often comes extravagant shows and residences! Luckily, it’s expected that more and more of the city’s large attractions will continue opening back up to the public throughout the year.
Performances along the Strip aren’t the only ones returning, however. This could be a great chance to explore your community’s local theater programs. Oftentimes schools, libraries, and small theaters will host shows created with love by local troupes.
There are also venues like The Smith Center and The Bunkhouse Saloon to keep an eye on, where you can enjoy Broadway performances and small concerts, respectively. The events that arrive on The Smith Center’s calendar are often world-renowned, and The Bunkhouse Saloon is known to regularly have affordable showcases for local musicians.
If you enjoy contemplating artwork, take a stroll through AREA15, explore the Bellagio conservatory and art gallery, or keep an eye out for local exhibitions, like on school campuses. AREA15 in particular is full of pieces designed by local artists, with new exhibits expected to rotate in and out over time.