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  • 1. Colosseum at Caesars Palace

    Center Strip | Arts Centers

    The $95 million theater was built in 2003 for Celine Dion, who returned in 2011 to fill its 4,300 seats for 70 shows per year . By the time...Read More

  • 2. Hollywood Theatre

    South Strip | Arts Centers

    Magic maestro David Copperfield has come to dominate the schedule about 40 weeks a year, but an occasional concert act or comedians will fill...Read More

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  • 3. House of Blues at Mandalay Bay

    South Strip | Arts Centers

    The Las Vegas branch of this chain uses recurring dates by Santana to reclaim some of the lucrative baby boomer dollar it lost to other venues...Read More

  • 4. Mandalay Bay Events Center

    South Strip | Arts Centers

    This arts center also has a great outdoor venue, Mandalay Beach, set up for general-admission concerts in the hotel's lushly landscaped pool...Read More

  • 5. MGM Grand Garden

    South Strip | Arts Centers

    The biggest concert names, including the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, and Rush, play in this sports arena, which will likely see its reign as the...Read More

  • 6. Orleans Arena

    West Side | Arts Centers

    The Orleans Arena plays to locals with such family favorites as the Harlem Globetrotters and ice shows. When it comes to concert acts, the Orleans...Read More

  • 7. Orleans Showroom

    West Side | Arts Centers

    A superwide stage (originally designed to lure TV production) highlights this 800-seat room slightly west of the Strip, which draws almost an...Read More

  • 8. Pearl Concert Theater

    West Side | Arts Centers

    The Palms set out to make its 2,500-capacity music hall better than both the original Joint at the Hard Rock and the House of Blues at Mandalay...Read More

  • 9. South Point Showroom

    South Strip | Arts Centers

    When developer Michael Gaughan sold the Orleans to Boyd Gaming and built the South Point, many of the acts followed him to this stylish yet...Read More

  • 10. Suncoast Showroom

    Summerlin South | Arts Centers

    This local casino, about 15 miles off the beaten path west of the tourist corridor in the Summerlin suburb, has a handsome 450-seat showroom...Read More

  • 11. The Axis

    Center Strip | Arts Centers

    The 7,000-seat concert hall, previously known as the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, was the only part of the original Aladdin to survive...Read More

  • 12. The Joint

    Paradise Road | Arts Centers

    This 4,000-seat venue has a stage large enough to handle concert tours designed for sports arenas, or multiple-show "residencies" by the likes...Read More

  • 13. The Showroom at the Golden Nugget

    Downtown | Arts Centers

    The Golden Nugget's upstairs cabaret room is a comfortable movie theater–style layout with 600 roomy seats. It provides ample space for occasional...Read More

  • 14. Thomas and Mack Center

    University District | Arts Centers

    This venue, on the corner of the UNLV campus, hosts such sporting events such as the National Finals Rodeo and, of course, Runnin' Rebels basketball...Read More

  • 15. Westgate Las Vegas Theater

    Paradise Road | Arts Centers

    Once famous as the home base for Elvis Presley, this 1,600-capacity showroom (at what was formerly known as the Las Vegas Hilton) has since...Read More

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