Fear The Walking Dead Las Vegas

Fear The Walking Dead Closes

The Fear The Walking Dead attraction based on the long running AMC post apocalyptic zombie survival show has closed its location on Fremont Street in Downtown, Las Vegas. The attraction opened in August of 2017 and for the $30 entrance fee the attraction was a mix of many things including having a escape room, maze and interactive video game as well as part haunted house to scare you. The attraction would usually take about 20 minutes to go through and maybe the lack of peoples knowledge to what the attraction was didn’t help it; From the outside the storefront looked …

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cinco de mayo

Cinco De Mayo At Plaza

This Sunday is Cinco de Mayo with parties all over Las Vegas but tonight at the Plaza in Downtown Las Vegas is a large free Cinco de Mayo celebration. The event is free and takes place under the dome in front of the Plaza Hotel & Casino starting tonight at 7pm. The outdoor party includes a DJ spinning radio hits as well as latin music as well as a huge pinata with authentic food being served including the always popular street tacos. Entertainment at the event also  includes a Mariaci band as well as Folklorico dancers and the always popular …

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MGM, Las Vegas

Sports Deli Closes

It’s been a tough time for delis in recent times first with the closure of Canters Deli at the Linq and now comes news that The Sports Deli at the MGM Grand has closed. The Sports Deli may be know to many as the Stage Deli which it was named for 23 years before they changed the name but either way the location is going to become another Starbucks because of the lack of Starbucks in Las Vegas (yes that was sarcastic). If you still want your deli fix and are craving a huge pastrami sandwich for example, the Carnegie …

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The Donut Bar Outside

The Donut Bar

Yes i do visit the buffets or Dunkin Donuts at the Fremont for breakfast but at least once per trip sometimes more i walk over to the Donut bar for their amazing fresh made donuts. The Donut Bar is a short walk from Fremont Street and has the usual selection of coffees, lattes and mochas but what people are there for is the good donuts with the best ingredients with exotic flavors that you don’t always find at a donut shop such as cake batter, Nutella, Snickers or Bacon; Yes the bacon donut does taste good with its slightly salty …

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Caesars Palace Entrance

Sting Residency Coming

A new min residency has been announced and this one doesn’t even start this year its Sting at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace with shows to begin in May of next year. Sting has been quiet for a few years but he has a huge fan base with his work with Police and then years of solo work so it is a good choice for the Colosseum and i wouldn’t be surprised if his mini residency is expanded maybe in to a full residency. Tickets go on sale April 29th with five dates in May next year the 22nd, 23rd, …

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Mirage Tram Reopens

The tram that runs since 1993 between the Mirage and Treasure Island (now TI) is finally running again after it closed late last year after a short time reopening after a complete renovation; The tram was only open three weeks after the complete renovation of the system before a two ton steel wheel broke which forced the tram to be closed while a new part was fabricated and then installed. So now the two  car 100 passenger tram is back running the short trip between the two properties. If you want to use the newly opened tram the hours are …

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Airplane

Sun Country Adding LV Flights

Minneapolis based Sun Country Airlines which eliminated first class seats not to long ago and relaunched itself as a low cost carrier has announced that they are adding more flights to Las Vegas starting September 5th; There will be thirteen new nonstop flights added per week to four cities which are St Louis, San Antonio, Redmond, Oregon and Providence, Rhode Island to what is now Sun County’s second hub after Minneapolis-St Paul which is their main hub. Sun Country is one of several low cost carriers to Las Vegas with Spirit, Allegiant, Frontier and Southwest if you still consider Southwest …

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Hyde Nightclub To Close

The one consistent thing in Las Vegas is that the city is always changing and one upcoming change is the announcement that Hyde at the Bellagio will close on July 6th. Hyde is the nightclub that has an amazing 10,000 square foot space with an amazing spot with views of the Bellagio fountains. The Hyde space will be remodeled with a new name and concept, no  date has been announced but it’s expected to reopen by the end of the year. Hyde has been open about eight years which is a pretty good run and the club i’m sure was …

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Palms Sign

Kaos Now Open At Palms

Many people had been waiting for this Kaos, the new nightclub and day club has finally opened at the Palms with a 73,000 square foot day club and a 20,000 square foot nightclub. The new club in the press release claims that Kaos has the highest numbers of pools of any resort in North America i have no idea if thats true or not but either way i’m not going to count them. The new club has a 270 foot LED wall that runs along the side of the Ivory Tower facing the Strip and they are saying its the …

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Ski Resort Extends Season

Most visitors to Las Vegas most likely don’t realize you can actually snow ski about an hour or so from Downtown Las Vegas on Mount Charleston. Mount Charlestown is beautiful to visit anytime of the year but if you want to get in some skiing  there still time as the Lee Canyon ski resort on Mount Charleston has announced that they are staying open until April 14th instead of closing yesterday as planned. The resort has had the biggest snowfall in about a decade with more than double the yearly snowfall at 18 feet instead of the normal yearly average …

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