Las Vegas has lifted all mask restrictions and capacity limits on visitors, venues and events. The policy went into effect Feb. 10.
Officials still recommend masks for those who are not vaccinated and with underlying medical conditions but it is no longer a requirement. Masks are still required on all public transportation and transportation hubs per the CDC.
This is just in time for the spring party season, starting with Hospitality Week, a series of conventions and trade shows for those in the restaurant and nightlife and bar industries.
Just around the corner is March Madness, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament which is one of the biggest events in Vegas for the entire year. The dates are March 13-April 4, with the opening weekend bringing in the largest crowds.
And, of course, St. Patrick’s Day is March 17, which in 2022 is on a Thursday and that leads into another big party weekend.
Beginning in April the city’s daylife adds to its nightlife with the opening of its famous Las Vegas pool parties.
New Las Vegas Thrills & Attractions
Here’s some new thills and things to see and do in Vegas.
GLOW, Resorts World Las Vegas
Resorts World Las Vegas has debuted a multimedia experience called GLOW, which brings the hotel’s technologically advanced architecture to life. Watch eye-catching optical illusions and exciting shows with extraordinary visuals pop up simultaneously across the resort’s multimedia features, including its expansive LED exterior and eye-catching globe right off the hotel’s lobby.
The GLOW show runs daily, every hour on the hour, from noon to 1 a.m
AREA15 LIFTOFF & Wink World
AREA15 recently debuted two new attractions, LIFTOFF and Wink World.
LIFTOFF is a panoramic ride 130 feet in the air with stunning view of the Las Vegas Strip. Cocktails are served too!
Wink World, from the creators of Blue Man Group, is a psychedelic and immersive art experience with six infinity mirror rooms, each with distinct combinations of light, color, sound, and motion.
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