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As recently as the early 1990s, Las Vegas was considered the place where headlining bands went to die. Believe it or not, the Entertainment Capital of the World didn’t attract a major touring act until 1993 (believe it or not, it was the Grateful Dead).

 

Compared to the rest of the country, Vegas wasn’t only way behind the live-music curve, but the paradoxically conservative instincts of the casino bosses and city fathers made it very difficult for touring bands, especially rock ‘n’ rollers, to gain a foothold. 

 

In the past 20-odd years, however, Sin City has evolved into the number-one live-music market in the world. From the lounges and showrooms of the ’60s and ’70s to the 21st-century mix of nightclubs, midsize theaters, concert halls, arenas, stadiums, and music-festival sites, today a million-plus seats are sold annually in more than 30 live-music venues. You’ll find them all listed below.

 

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Access Showroom
Aliante Casino-Hotel-Spa
 
Brooklyn Bowl
LINQ
 
Canyon Club
Four Queens
 
Chrome Showroom
Santa Fe Station
 
Club Madrid
Sunset Station
 
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
Fremont Street
 
Fremont Country Club
Fremont East Entertainment District
 
House of Blues
Mandalay Bay
 
Orleans Showroom
Orleans
 
Pearl
Palms
 
Railhead
Boulder Station
 
Suncoast Showroom
Suncoast
 
The Club
Cannery
 
The Foundry
SLS Las Vegas
 
The Joint
Hard Rock
 
Vinyl
Hard Rock
 
Count's Vamp'd
Greater Las Vegas
 
Eastside Events Center
Eastside Cannery
 
Gold Coast Showroom
Gold Coast
 
Hard Rock Live
Greater Las Vegas
 
International Westgate Theater
Westgate Las Vegas
 
Las Vegas Country Saloon
Greater Las Vegas
 
Showroom at South Point
South Point
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