Spectacular Beginnings: A New Year in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is ushering in 2024 with a vibrant and captivating calendar of January events and entertainment. These celebrations take place right at the doorstep of MacDonald Highlands residents, who enjoy exceptional access and dazzling views of all Las Vegas has to offer.
The Bellagio, Transformed
Every winter, The Bellagio Conservatory and the lobby of the Aria Resort transform into immersive holiday wonderlands. Open through the first week of January, it’s not too late to soak up some holiday magic.
Las Vegas is synonymous with top-tier entertainment, and it’s kicking off 2024 with a bang. Catch global music sensations like Luke Bryan, the Black Eyed Peas, Christina Aguilera, and Adele as they bring their electrifying performances to the city's most renowned stages.
Here Kitty Kitty Speakeasy
Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den offers a unique twist to winter celebrations. Located in the Resorts World food hall, this speakeasy dons festive décor, making it a must-visit while it lasts for those seeking a blend of mystery and fun.
This secretive speakeasy doesn’t have a password, but this video might help you track down the hidden entrance. Its decor changes seasonally, so even if you miss the holiday theme, it’s always worth a visit.
The MSG Sphere ft. U2
The iconic MSG Sphere offers an unparalleled immersive musical experience. Audiences flock from around the world, captivated by this innovative audiovisual display that engages the mind and physical senses to mesmerize viewers. This January, U2 continues their tour at the MSG Sphere, commanding rave reviews and once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Cheer On the Vegas Golden Knights
In the crisp air of competition, the Vegas Golden Knights take to the ice at the T-Mobile Arena. Join the city in cheering for its beloved hockey team all throughout January for a thrilling and quintessential local Las Vegas experience.
The Philharmonic Presents: Bach, Mozart, & Beethoven
A classic never goes out of style. Enjoy modern performances of timeless masterpieces including Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 3, Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, and Mozart’s Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter” conducted by Donato Cabrera.
For residents of MacDonald Highlands, these events aren’t just calendar entries or destination wishlist items; they’re part of their everyday lives. The community's proximity to these attractions means that the spirit of celebration is always within reach, making every moment of any season a special one.
In Vegas, the festival of lights runs all year long here, and SkyVu residents always have the best view in the house. As 2024 dawns, Las Vegas stands not just as a city of lights and entertainment, but as a hub of unrivaled experiences and joyous celebrations. Whether it's the sparkle of lights, spirit of competition, or the thrill of a live performance, Las Vegas offers a spectacular start to the New Year.