Las Vegas removes all restrictions and reopens to 100% capacity

Las Vegas is once again the queen of live entertainment with 100% capacity reopening. On June 1, Clark County, which includes the Las Vegas metropolitan area, returned to pre-pandemic guidelines, removing all restrictions involving capacity limits, large gatherings and more.

“Las Vegas is a city built on hospitality and entertainment, and we are thrilled to welcome visitors from all over the country again,” he said. Kate Wik, chief marketing officer of Lvcva. Although to date tourists from most of the foreign countries they cannot enter the United States, Las Vegas is ready to welcome European visitors when all US government travel restrictions are lifted.

Every year Las Vegas introduces numerous new features to its guests: thrilling shows and concerts with world-class superstars, hotels and the latest food trends are as much a part of Las Vegas as the glittering lights of the Strip. Among the novelties of this year: the Resorts World Las Vegas, new entry on the Strip awaited, officially opened to the public on June 24, with 3,500 rooms and suites from three Hilton brands, including Conrad and Crockfords.

Bryan Adams will make his Wynn Las Vegas debut this fall when he takes the stage at the Encore Theater for the only US stop on his tour. Adams will present his famous songs with six shows that will take place on some evenings from 10 to 20 November 2021.

Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group has confirmed the long-awaited return of more shows. After announcing the resumption of two of his most iconic shows in Las Vegas, (“O” and Mystère) The Beatles LOVE, a creation of Cirque du Soleil and a co-production with Apple Corps Ltd., will restart at The Mirage on August 26, 2021 .

The pinnacle of French haute cuisine will make its return to Las Vegas when the MGM Grand announces the reopening of the late legendary chef Joël Robuchon’s restaurants this month.