Las Vegas is buzzing all year round, but there has never been a better time to be in Las Vegas than during one of the major holidays or Las Vegas events. If you can plan your Vegas trip around one of the major holidays or celebrations, you will rip some of the added benefits.
Below is a list of some of the exciting activities that take place in Las Vegas all year round. If you are a Halloween enthusiast, or simply feel the need to saddle up during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in December, or watch the sky above Vegas light up red, white and blue on the 4th of July with a dazzling display of fireworks, Vegas is the place to be.
Las Vegas Resort & Casinos also welcomes the holiday season in grand fashion from Thanksgiving to New Year's with a host of family-friendly entertainment and special events including spectacular holiday shows, free activities for the children and twinkling displays that will conjure up days of Christmases past.
There's nothing as exciting as New Year's Eve in Las Vegas. When it's time to pop some bubbly and ring in the new year, Las Vegas is guaranteed to deliver an unparalleled experience on one of the most exciting nights of the year.Date: December 31, 2018
Chinese New Year in Las Vegas has a long rich tradition of being one of the most extravagant seasons with a stunning showcase of extravagant décor, unique entertainment, and traditional Chinese cuisines.Date: February 5, 2019
Surprise your Valentine with unforgettable romance the Vegas way. Enjoy a delicious dinner at one of Las Vegas romantic restaurants, pick from a long list of sexy shows, or simply spend quality time at one of the luxurious hotel rooms in Sin City.Date: February 14, 2019
Rev up your engines and speed to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for 3 days of NASCAR and 3 days of Vegas! during the Las Vegas Sprint Cup Weekend that takes place early March.Date: Sept 14 - Sept 16, 2018
Las Vegas celebrates St. Patrick's Day with a variety of activities and entertainment that are sure to paint The Strip green and make you shake your shamrocks all day and through the night.Date: March 17, 2019
Billed as one of the nation's largest fireworks show, The 4th of July in Las Vegas does not disappoint. The Strip is crowded all evening with thousands of tourists and local residents looking for a 4th of July holiday celebration.Date: July 4, 2018
Every Halloween season Las Vegas gets transformed into haunted city, with costume parties, club scenes and halloween contests. If you have the guts to experience the gore, Las Vegas at Halloween might just be the place to be.Date: October 31, 2018
For 10 days in December, Sin City is transformed by thousands of rodeo fans in Western jeans, outsized hats and fancy boots who congregate for the annual NFR event, along with some of country music's biggest stars.Date: December 6 - 15, 2018
For a city that lights up like a Christmas tree every night of the year, Christmas season is taken up a notch or two. The Vegas strip and beyond is full of holiday spirit as the casinos try to out-do each other with decorations, lights and mega-Christmas treesDate: December 25, 2018
Las Vegas First Timers Tip
First-timers and visitors who are staying in any of the hotels on and off the strip and want to spend their time on the Vegas Strip, don't need a car. Take a taxi or Shuttle from McCarran International Airport to your hotel.
For plans that involve anything outside the strip area or downtown, having your own car is highly recommended.
Your other option will be taking the bus. Here are bus routes to off strip Las Vegas hotels
Tip: Always remember to check the weather.
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