New Restaurants, Music Festivals + Art Experiences Coming To Las Vegas

Check out all of the festivities happening in the city that truly never sleeps

Flip the Strip
August 15, 2019 - 3:53 pm

Flip the Strip's very own, Melinda Sheckells, stopped by Los Angeles' KTLA 5 to talk food, experience and more in the Las Vegas Valley. 

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is celebrating their 17 year with new renovations. The Colosseum will add a general admission floor section to highlight their musical experiences. A performance of Graffti U from country music singer, Keith Urban will kick off this new standing room on September sixth and seventh. Journey will be at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace for a nine day run, starting October ninth and four days during New Years Eve. Luxor Hotel & Casino is highlighting their 47 Cirque du Soleil show. R.U.N, a new outstanding show, by Cirque du Soleil will celebrate the 10th residency show in Las Vegas. This will be the first LIVE action thriller‎ show. Sebastian Maniscalco is coming back for All Star Comedy for two dates, October 12 and 13 at the Wynn Las Vegas. 

Great food options are making their way from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. L.A.'s Oaxacan princess, Bricia Lopez, will open a new restaurant called, Mama Rabbit, at the Park MGM Las Vegas on August 28. Los Angeles' very own, Sixth+Mill pizzeria and bar, is coming to The Venetian. Next year in 2020, Oddwood, which will take place at AREA 15. AREA 15 will be anchored just outside the Las Vegas strip by the art experience, Meow Wolf. 

The Life is Beautiful Festival will take place September 20 through 23 in downtown Las Vegas. Billie Eilish, Post Malone and Chance the Rapper are just a few of the headliners. The festival features 18 blocks of art, music and more. You are not going to want to miss the festivities coming to Las Vegas.