Las Vegas Attractions and Shows
Upon arriving in Las Vegas, other than utter astonishment at the amount of Las Vegas Attractions and Shows that are readily available, is the staggering number of Free Las Vegas Shows. These free shows come in all shapes and sizes. All of these exciting, enticing free attractions and shows in Las Vegas are a must see on anyone’s Las Vegas to do list.
With a vast amount of Las Vegas free shows, it can be a non-stop joy ride of glitz, glamour and neon lights. Almost all of the casinos and hotels offer their own special brand of free Las Vegas shows.
Bellagio Hotel & Casino
The infamous Fountains at the Bellagio, every 15 minutes to half-an-hour, begin a symphony of dance with music and lights. The fountains span a quarter of a mile in front of the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. Expertly coordinated songs that include, “Fly Me to the Moon” and “One, Singular Sensation", appear to dance magically with the lights and water. The fountains performance times are Monday - Friday, 3pm - 12am, Saturday and Sunday, 12pm - 12am. The fountains run every half-hour until 7pm and every 15 minutes after that until midnight.
Sam's Town Mystic Falls & Sunset Stampede
The Old West comes alive through the use of water, lights and animation. An animated show begins with the howling of wolf, followed immediately by fountains shooting more than eight stories in the air. Then, perfectly choreographed lights are accompanied by a symphonic score recorded by the Indianapolis Philharmonic Orchestra. While all of this is in progress, the tale of The Western Pioneer is being shown. The times daily for the performance are 2pm, 6pm, 8pm and 10pm.
Get your groove on at another of the free Las Vegas shows. At The Carnival Court Bar & Grill live bands perform daily with a wide range of music; like pop, jazz, and beach music. At this Las Vegas free show, you can dance until you drop, drink like there is no tomorrow, and party like its New Years Eve.
Paris Las Vegas
This has a recreation of the Eiffel Tower, which is actually only half-size. Just like in Paris you can (for a fee) ride to the top and look out over the city. Included inside the tower is also a hip and trendy restaurant for your dining pleasure. A scaled down version of the Arc de Triumph and the Louvre are also included at Paris La Vegas.
The Volcano at The Mirage
This Las Vegas free show is a magnificent spectacle, and has been mesmerizing visitors with its out-of-this-world display for over 15 years. From 7:00pm to midnight, the earthquakes abound, while flames light up the evening sky. Smoke and fire burst 100 feet above the waters below, transforming the waterfall into streams of molten lava. Spring, Summer and Winter hours differ, so be sure to check depending on which season you arrive.
In Las Vegas, you can do what ever suites your fancy. If you desire to see Paris you can. If you cannot wait to experience a volcanic eruption, you’ll able to do that as well. Along with explosions, dancing lights and music you can watch some of the sexiest, most exotic and entertaining shows that have ever existed. Las Vegas is a land of open opportunity, decadence and luxury all rolled into one. All of these Las Vegas shows proves that finding entertainment value is hard to miss.
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