The Las Vegas Strip has become a hot spot for live entertainment in recent years, and this year it will be even more popular.
The area’s largest indoor and outdoor music venues, The Palace Theatre and The Mirage, are offering live music at a few of the most popular hotels.
But if you’re looking for the best live entertainment for your birthday, Halloween or retirement, here are some suggestions.
The Palace TheatreIn 2017, The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino hosted the inaugural season of The Palace Theater, a six-night series of music, dance, theater and theater art events held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The event was an all-star showcase for live acts and talent from the music industry.
It brought together some of the country’s top acts and musicians to perform at the Mandalay.
The Palace also hosted the premiere of a new musical production by the Los Angeles Opera.
The MirageThe Mirage at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas is the latest venue to open for live music in the area.
This year, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that the venue is looking for performers from the entertainment industry.
The Mirage has been known for its live shows for more than 20 years.
The show has been the venue for some of Las Vegas’ top artists.
Last year, Las Vegas saw the release of “The Sound of Music: A Live Concert” at the Mirage, which featured acts like Phish, the Black Eyed Peas, The Rolling Stones, The Cure, Metallica and others.
The venue will be the home of the new “Kissing Machine,” which is scheduled to open this weekend.
The Sands at MandalayBayThis year’s Sands at MGM Grand will feature an all new music venue, which will be opened to the public starting on Sunday.
This new venue will also be one of the first to host performances from artists like The Lumineers, The Black Keys, The Beach Boys and many more.
This show will be one that fans can expect to see a lot of live music.
The Sands at the resort will also host a variety of performances throughout the month of October.
The opening date for the new venue is November 6.
The CosmopolitanAt the MGM Resorts International in Las Angeles, the Cosmopolitan will be bringing live music to its doors for the first time in its history.
The Cosmopolitan is a three-story indoor venue featuring a lounge area and an outdoor theater.
This event is one of many events that the hotel will host over the course of the month, as well as several other events.
The last event will be held on October 17, which marks the start of the holidays.
This is not the first live music venue that has opened at The Cosmo.
Last summer, The Cosmoe opened its doors to a crowd of thousands of people, and it was a big hit with both fans and the hotel itself.
It will be open for concerts through November 5, but the Cosmo will be hosting several live shows throughout the week.