What’s New in Las Vegas in 2024

What's New in Las Vegas in 2024

It’s a new year, a new NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) and new things to see and do in Las Vegas. From cutting-edge entertainment venues to gourmet dining experiences and adrenaline-pumping attractions, the entertainment-capital of the world is proving its commitment to keeping things fresh and exhilarating.

Here are 10 new things to check out after the Builders’ Show.

#1 Sphere

Las Vegas Sphere

This 500-foot-wide, 360-foot-tall spherical concert arena boasts a high-definition wraparound video wall, providing an immersive experience. With internet access at every seat and personalized sound beamed to each spectator, Sphere marks a new era in live entertainment.

Experience the Sphere during a two-hour one-of-a-kind immersive technology encounter. Gain a better understanding of how technology amplifies human potential and then a multi-sensory cinematic experience with Darren Aronofsky’s Postcard from Earth.

#2 Fontainebleau Las Vegas

Fontaine Blue Las Vegas

The Fontainebleau, standing tall at 67 stories, injects new life into the north end of the Strip. With nearly 4,000 hotel rooms, a variety of restaurants, shops and a casino, this resort aims to bring the vibrant nightlife of South Florida to the desert.

#3 Cheri at Paris

Cheri Las Vegas

Chateau, the rooftop lounge at Paris, transformed into Cheri. This 9,000-square-foot venue promises sweeping views of the Bellagio fountains, live musicians, dancers and DJ performances. Cheri’s sophisticated design blends Paris and Las Vegas elements, offering a unique and modern experience.

#4 Peter Luger Steak House at Caesars Palace

Peter Luger Las Vegas

Peter Luger Steak House, a legendary New York institution since 1887, has opened its first location outside New York at Caesars Palace. With prime cuts dry-aged on-site, the restaurant brings its classic Bavarian aesthetic to Las Vegas. Renowned for its shareable Porterhouse, thick-cut bacon and stiff martinis, Peter Luger Steakhouse adds a touch of New York culinary history to the Las Vegas scene.

#5 Crash N Burn

Crash N Burn Las Vegas

Get ready for an unparalleled downtown experience at Crash N Burn, where elevated eats, crafted cocktails and unforgettable nights come together in perfect harmony. Immerse yourself in the best American fare downtown. Savor each bite while enjoying breathtaking views of Fremont Street from the expansive 100-foot patio.

But the fun doesn’t stop with the culinary delights. Dive into a world of spirited competition with DuckPin Bowling, step back in time with vintage arcade games or indulge in a friendly match of one of many lawn games on the patio. Live DJs take center stage during late night hours, ensuring that the party keeps going with pulsating beats, unique food offerings and an atmosphere that promises good vibes for everyone.

#6 BrewDog at Showcase Mall

Brew Dog Las Vegas

BrewDog, based on a concept founded in Scotland, occupies the third and fourth floors of the Showcase Mall. This bar, restaurant and lounge offer nearly a hundred taps pouring various beers, cocktails and a full menu of delectable bites. BrewDog produces its own beer on-site, making it a unique addition to the Strip’s brewery scene. It’s also the venue for the IBS Young Pro Party!

#7 Ghostbar at Palms

Ghostbar Las Vegas

Reopening on the 55th floor of the Palms, Ghostbar returns with renovated decor, an all-new cocktail program and a revamped entertainment lineup. This spectacular space offers panoramic views of the Strip, a rooftop patio and a vibrant atmosphere for guests to dance the night away.

#8 Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition at Shops at Crystals

Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition at Shops at Crystals

Shops at Crystals hosts a 10,000-square-foot exhibit hall dedicated to the legacy of Princess Diana. Curated by SBX Group and SEE Global Entertainment, the exhibition showcases historical artifacts, designer fashions and personal items, offering a comprehensive tribute to one of the world’s most iconic figures.

#9 Montecristo Cigar Bar at Paris

Monte Cristo Cigar Bar

Montecristo Cigar Bar opened a second edition at the Paris resort, following its success at Caesars Palace. The 2,835 square foot venue features a state-of-the-art ventilation system, a walk-in humidor showcasing over 300 cigar brands and a bar serving spirits that complement the cigar experience.

#10 Mad Apple at New York-New York

Mad Apple Las Vegas

Cirque du Soleil introduces Mad Apple, unveiling its spectacle at the renowned New York-New York resort. Mad Apple takes residence in the former Zumanity theater, seamlessly blending with the vibrant backdrop of the New York City nightlife and entertainment scene. Offering a more intimate experience than traditional Strip productions, live musicians set the stage ablaze with pop music classics, while comedians deliver stand-up routines that will leave you in stitches. While Mad Apple retains the essence of the Cirque du Soleil signature acrobatics, it diverges slightly from the norm, offering a refreshing take on the world-renowned entertainment style.

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