Posts tagged as: Mandalay Bay

Hotels in Vegas are generating a greener future

Hotels in Vegas are generating a greener future

When you think of Vegas, saving precious resources isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Drinking to the point of passing out. Oh yeah. Partying until the wee hours. Naturally. Pigging out at the buffets. Of course. Wagering next month’s rent at the blackjack tables. Uh, really you should try to avoid doing this. [...]

Pick your poison at 1923 Bourbon & Burlesque in Las Vegas

Pick your poison at 1923 Bourbon & Burlesque in Las Vegas

The Jazz Age is alive and well in a speakeasy tucked away on the Las Vegas Strip. Just off the casino floor in Mandalay Bay, you’ll spot a classic 1920s Model T Ford. There, a couple of bouncers, complete with suspenders and fedoras, will meet you. Tell them Frankie sent you. If that doesn’t work, [...]

The heat’s back and so are poolside concerts in Las Vegas

The heat’s back and so are poolside concerts in Las Vegas

With winter but a distant memory and the sale of sunblock spiking, Las Vegas resort pools have opened. For many, a day at the pool means relaxation, a fruity drink and people-watching. On select nights, though, a few of Vegas’ pools open to a different crowd: the music fan. We’re not talking about the pool [...]

Stage set for unique ‘One Night’ Cirque du Soleil performance

Stage set for unique ‘One Night’ Cirque du Soleil performance

In just a few days, all Cirque du Soleil shows on the Las Vegas Strip will go dark for the second annual One Night for One Drop, the circus and theatrical company’s annual philanthropy event benefiting water access programs. Some 100 performers from each of Cirque’s eight residency shows on the Strip have been rehearsing [...]

Cirque to go dark in Vegas for One Night for One Drop

Cirque to go dark in Vegas for One Night for One Drop

It’s just for one night, but dozens of Cirque performers, stagehands and celebrity performers are hustling to put on a theatrical production to raise money for Cirque du Soleil’s charitable foundation, One Drop. On March 21, all of Cirque’s resident shows on the Las Vegas Strip will go dark while some 85 Cirque performers and [...]

Santa Jaws and Santa Claus make holiday appearances at Shark Reef

Santa Jaws and Santa Claus make holiday appearances at Shark Reef

There’s no shortage of Santa Claus appearances in Las Vegas this holiday season, but there is only one spot where you can see Santa Jaws – Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. For select days in December, Santa Claus will appear for photos and listen to last-minute Christmas wishes of children at Shark Reef’s shipwreck [...]

Cirque preparing high-concept performance to benefit One Drop

Cirque preparing high-concept performance to benefit One Drop

After a successful inaugural event earlier this year, One Night for One Drop is returning to Las Vegas in 2014 for a night of charity and amazing performances by hundreds of Cirque du Soleil artists and world-renowned guest performers. Each of the eight Cirque shows on the Las Vegas Strip will have performers in the [...]

Vegas Experts: Lift Your Spirit with Kirk Franklin’s Gospel Brunch

VEGAS.com Expert Nicole Lucht feels the spirit move her as she attends Kirk Franklin’s Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay. From the inspirational live gospel music to the extensive offerings on the Southern-style breakfast brunch, this show will have you singing hallelujah!

Mamma Mia! returning to Las Vegas in spring 2014

Mamma Mia! returning to Las Vegas in spring 2014

If you missed Mamma Mia! the first time it was around, you’re in luck. Five years after closing, the hit Broadway musical is returning to the Las Vegas Strip. Mamma Mia! is scheduled to open in a recently renovated theater at Tropicana Las Vegas this coming spring, though no date has been set. The show ran [...]

Wireless networks advancing at rapid speed in Las Vegas resorts

Wireless networks advancing at rapid speed in Las Vegas resorts

Have you ever lost cell phone service or been unable to find coverage while visiting the Las Vegas Strip? That’s not an uncommon problem, partly because it’s very difficult to support the growing demand for advanced mobile and wireless services at resorts that are literally the size of small cities. Not only do these big [...]

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