February Party Fun – Vegas Style!
The best ways and places to celebrate Game Day, Year of the Pig and Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas
It’s no secret Las Vegas is one of the world’s great party cities. And February boasts an especially strong line-up of holidays and events that help Las Vegas earn its moniker as THE place to play – starting with Super Bowl Sunday, followed by Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day.
Don your favorite jersey and witness the battle of the gridiron at one of our picks for watching the big game on Sunday, Feb. 3:
- The iconic Hard Rock Café on the Las Vegas Strip hosts its Big Game Watch Party with a special package that includes reserved seating, a five-hour all-you-can-eat chef-selected food and alcohol. Tickets are $220, including all taxes, and can be purchased here. Doors open at 2:45 p.m. for ages 21 and up.
- Presented by the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, Downtown Watch Zone hosts the Biggest Game Day Bash. The free outdoor viewing party features an expansive 72-foot screen and booming stadium sound system. For a more custom experience and reserved tables, packages start at a $50 beverage minimum per person. The ultimate sports fan groups can enjoy their own Man Cave for a $3,500 food and beverage minimum. Room for up to 30 guests, Man Caves are equipped with premium covered space, a 70-inch LED TV and beer pong. Doors open at 11 a.m. Reserve your spot today.
- Not just a destination for golfers, TopGolf Las Vegas hosts a big game watch party with packages that start at $125 per person. Packages include exclusive seating area, chef’s selection of appetizers and buffet featuring winners’ favorite bites such as wings, sliders, tacos and chili. Festivities start at 2:30 p.m. and guests must be 21 years of age and older. For pricing and availability, call 702-933-8458 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate Chinese New Year and the Year of the Pig at one of the following Las Vegas’ attractions. The first day of Chinese New Year begins on January 21 and continues through February 5.
- If you haven’t yet experienced the Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Chinese New Year is the perfect opportunity. A vibrant 14,000-square-foot display is open through March 2 and showcases a Temple of the Six Banyan Trees and flower pagoda, simulated jade and a replica of the Golden Lotus Statue of Macau. The main attraction? A grand display representing the Year of the Pig that features two majestic cherry blossom trees. The attraction is free and open to all ages.
- Shop your heart out and celebrate Lunar New Year at Downtown Summerlin, which presents a festive parade at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 5. Onlookers will enjoy a traditional dragon and lion dance with percussion ensemble, fan dancers and stilt walkers. Lucky red envelopes filled with chocolate and gift cards will be distributed to guests, while supplies last. The event is free and open to all ages.
- The 8th Annual Chinese New Year in the Desert, February 8 and 9, is one of the largest Chinese/Lunar New Year celebrations in the country and features: a ticketed kick-off dinner and cocktail reception at Fashion Show Las Vegas on Friday, Feb. 8; a Spring Festival Parade at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 9 at Downtown Las Vegas’ Fremont Street; and a parade after-party at noon in Downtown Container Park which includes lion dances, youth hockey clinic by Vegas Golden Knights, martial arts demonstrations, lantern making for children and more. Later that same evening at 4:30 p.m., guests can enjoy a “Dance-4-a-Cause” benefiting the Las Vegas China Town Lions Club and Las Vegas Vietnamese-American Lions Club. The dance performance is free, however attendees are encouraged to donate toiletries and socks for those in our community in need. Click here for more information.
And what better city to celebrate the holiday of love than SIn City? Whenever you’re showering your significant other with champagne and affection or celebrating your freedom, here are a few of Las Vegas’ top V-Day Spots:
- Show that your love is sky-high with a scenic and unforgettable helicopter ride. Whether it’s a ride over the glittering Las Vegas Strip or over nearby attractions like Grand Canyon or Hoover Dam, there are many helicopter tour companies offering daily rides. Click here for a complete list.
- Get serenaded at the 2019 Love Affair Concert on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Orleans Arena Las Vegas. The old school line-up line-up includes Midnight Star, Ready 4 the World featuring Melvin Riley, Color Me Badd, Evelyn Champagne King, The Jets, Tierra, Malo, Peaches and Herb and Blue Magic. Tickets start at $29 and can be purchased here.
- If you’re a romantic seeking something to do other than a candlelit dinner, take your date to The Beatles LOVE by Cirque Du Soleil. Featuring hit songs such as, “All You Need is Love” and “All My Loving,” the musical and sensory experience happens at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Thursday through Monday at The Mirage. Tickets and more information can be found here.
- There’s no better dinner-with-a-view destination than Top of the World inside the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower. Located at more than 800 feet above the famous Strip, the award-winning restaurant offers an adventurous food, wine and cocktail menu complemented by breathtaking views as the restaurant revolves 360 degrees every 80 minutes. To make a reservation, call 702-380-7711 or click here.