There are, literally, hundreds of things to do and see in Las Vegas. A few events or shows are free and can be accessed easily while in the City on vacation, for a long weekend, or even on a business trip. Most shows, concerts, and events require tickets. There may or may not be available tickets for long running engagements on the day of any given performance, so securing tickets in advance is wise, especially if only in town for a limited time. Popular shows, even the long running ones, such as David Copperfield, Penn and Teller, or “Thunder Down Under” sell out quickly. Tickets are also required to gain entrance into famous night clubs, like Tao, for example.
There are a few ways to secure tickets for shows, sports events, concerts, theaters, and other entertainment in Las Vegas. If visiting a friend or family member who is local, ask them to procure the tickets in advance. They can go to the venue directly and purchase tickets for the exact date and show times wanted. Travelers can visit the venue upon arrival to see if tickets are available. That is not the best plan because the event may be sold out, or the seating available may be undesirable. If there is no preference as to which event is enjoyed, or the dates of the trip are not set in advance, this option will work. Purchasing tickets online from the venue is another option, although not all venues have a website capable of selling tickets. Many elect to leave that up to independent online sites.
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