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REFUND POLICY: This event is nonrefundable. No full or partial refunds are given to customers who miss the event. In the event of a cancellation, your voucher will be fully refunded • Each voucher is good for 1 person • Must be 21+ to drink alcohol • Late arrivals will not be admitted and forfeit meet and greet and photo opportunities • The deal is valid only for tickets on the date[s] of the event as listed and may not be exchanged or redeemed for any other dates • Groups wishing to sit together must purchase their vouchers together; seating is fulfilled with no specific priority • Purchaser may change the name of the individual retrieving tickets up to 24 hours in advance of event via the LivingSocial website event details section; no name-changes or alternate pick-ups permitted without notice at venue • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Five nights a week, classic rock comes to life at The LVH. With this offer, pay $65 ($93 value) for one Mid-Orchestra ticket to Raiding the Rock Vault. In addition to a seat at this fantastic show in the LVH Theater, you'll also get a chance to meet and take photos with the band. A thrilling trip through music history, Raiding the Rock Vault recreates the feel of every great concert from 1950 onward with live cover performances of hits by The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, the Eagles, Queen, Journey, and more, all accompanied by dazzling historical footage. The LVH's Website | Facebook
Pay tribute at the Las Vegas Elvis Festival with today's deal from LVH - Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Cheer at the Heart of the King Awards Ceremony, see Graceland’s official Ultimate Elvis tribute artist, Shawn Klush, and much more. $10 ($19.95 value) for general admission to the Heart of the King ETA Contest Preliminary Round 2 $20 ($39.95 value) for reserved silver seating to the Heart of the King Awards Ceremony and Concert $20 ($39.95 value) for general admission to Ben Portsmouth: Elvis & Friends After-Hours Concert $35 ($69.95 value) for reserved gold seating to the Heart of the King Awards Ceremony and Concert $45 ($89.95 value) for reserved platinum seating to the Heart of the King Awards Ceremony and Concert $15 ($29.95 value) for general admission to the Heart of the King ETA Contest Grand Finals $30 ($59.95 value) for reserved silver seating to the Shawn Klush concert $45 ($89.95 value) for reserved gold seating to the Shawn Klush concert
Off-Strip Resort with Restaurants, Pool & Spa LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino offers a powerful draw for sports fans—the SuperBook, one of the world's largest sportsbooks. At any given time, dozens of screens flash with all kinds of action, from baseball to martial arts to Olympic events. And you can bet on it all. The hotel complex also boasts a massive casino and an array of dining options, all within one monorail stop of the Strip. In addition to a 74,000-square-foot casino with row upon row of slots (credit included) and gaming tables, the massive high-rise contains enough restaurants, bars, and shops to satisfy a small city. At the flagship eatery, Benihana, hibachi chefs prepare steak and lobster with theatrical flair. For a more casual meal, head to 888 Noodle Bar for Pan-Asian fare ranging from curry chicken to sea-bass stir-fry. Late-night cravings can be satisfied at the Paradise Café, where hearty dishes such as buttermilk pancakes and french-dip sandwiches are served until 1 a.m. Despite all the activity, it’s tempting to spend all day lounging by the palm-lined pool, which features live DJs and drink specials on summer afternoons. Located next to the pool and tennis courts, the spa coaxes maximum relaxation out of every vacation (entry included in this deal). Up in the guest rooms you’ll have views of the Vegas Strip. Resorts club rooms come with access to an exclusive lounge, where a daily happy hour includes complimentary beer, wine, and cheese. Las Vegas: The Strip Past and Present In the mid-20th century, Vegas partiers lived it up on Fremont Street, known as Glitter Gulch thanks to its neon bulbs. Nowadays, the excitement has shifted to The Strip, a stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard lined with 15 of the 25 largest resorts in the world. Some set themselves apart by imitating the architecture of Paris, Venice, New York City, or Giza, and others showcase live lions (MGM) or tigers (Mirage). A network of recently added skywalks makes the entire length walkable, and the sidewalks offer entertainment of their own. Street performers roam freely, donning burmese pythons, extravagant headdresses, or superhero spandex. When you’re ready for the big stages (at smaller prices), seek out the half-price-ticket booths along The Strip or go directly to the box office the day of show for a possible discount. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.