4 Ways to Get Your Music Fix In Las Vegas
The sound of hitting a big slots jackpot is definitely sweet music to the ears. But there’s plenty of other great music in las Vegas hotels, casinos, and clubs -- not to mention several big music festivals that come to Sin City every year.
There’s always plenty of free music to enjoy in Vegas casinos with songs piped into the casino floors at many major casinos plus live singers stationed throughout the gaming floor at some.
"Dealertainers” at other casinos alsoalternate between dealing blackjack and other games and belting out various hits from the past.
Other casinos feature live music venues where bands and singers drop in during tours of the U.S. The House of Blues at Mandalay Bay and The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino are two examples.
Caesars Palace has made a name for itself as the semi-permanent home for famous singers such as Celine Dion and Elton John who schedule multiple concerts each year for fans and tourists to enjoy.
DJs and Clubs
If DJs and club-hopping are more your style, you’ll have plenty of chances to see world-famous DJs at clubs such as Ghostbar and Rain at the Palms, The Bank at the Bellagio, Tao at the Venetian and XS and Surrender at Encore.
Many DJs just fly in for a few shows with little warning so there’s no guarantee who you might see.
As far as larger music festivals that you can plan a trip around, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) and the new iHeartRadio Music Festival are two of the biggest and most popular.
Both offer up the chance to see dozens of great acts and enjoy a huge party scene. Hundreds of thousands of people descend on Las Vegas to join in on the fun.
The Electric Daisy Carnival usually hits Veags in late June while the iHeartRadio festival runs in September.