5 MORE Free Things to do in Las Vegas
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It was decided that since there are so many cool FREE things to do in Las Vegas, telling you about only five was not fair.
Here are five more free things to do in Las Vegas
6. First Friday—The first Friday of every month in the Arts District from six to twelve artists from all over Southern Nevada showcase their work in a community sponsored event that includes food, drink, live music and transportation. A trolley takes you around the area (you can get on and off all night as you like) and drops you off at one of five stops around the district. You can get off to wander around the galleries and admire the art, listen to the bands playing, or chow down on delicious food. Six hours of non-stop entertainment for FREE!
7. Live Circus Shows at the Circus Circus—If you have never been inside the big top at the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino you are really missing out. Starting at 11 a.m. every half an hour is a different show with trapeze artists, aerialists, jugglers, acrobats, and clowns all part of the line-up. For fans of the show America’s Got Talent they even have a performance that features Zuma-Zuma, a former contestant on the show.
8. Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar—There is nothing better than watching a talented musician preform the music they love. Located in Town Square, Pete’s showcases features not one, but FOUR talented pianists nightly, with players rotating in two person shifts, and all four playing together at various times throughout the evening. I’ve always loved the piano, but almost everyone can appreciate “Crocodile Rock” played as it’s meant to be heard. On weekends there is a cover charge to get in, but Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays are free.
9. Karaoke—Whether you’re a trained elite singer or just a normal Joe who can’t carry a tune in a bucket, the audience does not care at all when it comes to karaoke. (In fact, I prefer watching the bad singers, its way more entertaining.) There are several places all over Vegas with karaoke and it’s free to participate in almost all of them.
10. Taking a Picture with the Las Vegas Sign—Last but not least a must-do in Vegas is taking a picture with the infamous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. The iconic 25 ft. giant is located just south of The Strip, on Las Vegas Blvd. The sign was designed in 1959, and commissioned to stand out and serve as a one of a kind Las Vegas landmark. Over 50 years later there is still no other sign as recognizable as the Las Vegas Welcome sign. Although the sign is situated in the median of the road, there is parking nearby to ensure no one is hurt while trying to snap the perfect shot.
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