TTN Las Vegas. The first thing that comes to everyone’s mind usually are the casinos; endless lost hours behind jingling slot machines, the occasional triumphant cries from the roulette table and dreams of walking in with 20 bucks in your hands and leaving a millionaire. However, there is another side to Vegas that is as important to its culture: the world of shows and concerts. Below, we will take a look at some of the upcoming performances and events you do not want to miss if you happen to be near Sin City in the coming weeks!
Andrew Dice Clay’s Comedic Stand-Up Performance
You might know him from The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, but by 1990, the Diceman’ Had long been established as the king of down-and-dirty comedy. His brash and downright offensive humor made him famous in the 80’s, and he is still at the top of his game. Be warned though: his show is not for the faint of heart, and definitely for ages 18 and up.
Show days are every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and the start time is 10 p.m.
Location: Laugh Factory, Tropicana Las Vegas
Show Length: 60 to 90 minutes
Price: Tickets are available from $69
Penn & Teller
There are a unique combination and a somewhat dark and twisted take on magic and Illusions. Do not miss their act – the longest running act in Las Vegas history at this point – which provides engaging entertainment for the whole family as the show is suitable for ages 8 and up!
For the rest of April 2018, there are shows on every Saturday and Sunday starting at 9 p.m.
Location: Penn & Teller Theater, Las Vegas
Show length: 60 to 120 minutes Price:
Tickets are available from $65
There are plenty of things to see and check out even if you decide that you’d rather leave your hard-earned dollars at the craps table; you can choose from one of the many free spectacles available all year-round, listed below for your convenience!
Flamingo Wildlife Habitat
A refreshing patch of greenery in the middle of the Strip, and it is completely free! There are flamingos, black swans, pelicans, turtles and more. Kids usually enjoy the wildlife’, while the environment is completely family friendly. If you like nature or would like to get away from the craziness for a little while, this could be the perfect place to clear your head for a while and relax and enjoy.
Opening hours: 8 a.m. to 12 a.m. (The busiest hours are usually during the afternoon)
Fremont Street Experience
This is probably best-known for the free Viva Vision light show, which is an eye-catching daily spectacle every hour after 6 p.m. In the evening, there are invariably ongoing live concerts as well, so this is probably the best Vegas-experience one can get without paying an entry fee.
TTN Las Vegas recommends visiting Fremont Street Experience
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign finally
Any self-respecting visitor stops and admires the famous Las Vegas Sign that was once on the outskirts of the town, but as the city grew in prominence and size, it completely encircled this renowned landmark. The Sign has become so popular, that in 2008 a parking lot had to be constructed just for the express purpose of allowing unobstructed access for the tourists.