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Every day is Oktoberfest at the Las Vegas outpost of the famed Hofbräuhaus, but it’s all ratched up a few notches each fall during their annual Oktoberfest event. The only exact replica in the world of the original Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany, this Las Vegas beer hall boasts live music nightly that ignites sing-alongs and dancing in the aisles. The Oktoberfest festivities at Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas kick off on September 9, 2022 with celebrity keg tappers.

I wanna see the bright lights of Vegas

Obviously.

- Viva Las Vegas by Elvis Presley - Waking Up in Vegas by Katy Perry - Vegas by Sara Bareilles - Vegas by Calvin Harris - Vegas Lights by Panic! At The Disco

The elaborate signs and attractions that line Las Vegas Boulevard are attractions in their own right, from the curved 45- by 17-foot LED screen promoting the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at Treasure Island to the curved 18,000-square-foot LED screen at Harmon Retail Corner. Once aglow in millions of neon lights, the last neon signs on the Las Vegas Strip were replaced in 2020 with LEDs. Seeking a bit of nostalgia? No worries. Visitors looking to catch a glimps of the OH neon lights can admire them at The Neon Museum’s collection: home to more than 200 old school neon displays.

Via Las Vegas! What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.

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