7 Things to do in Las Vegas During the LDI Show

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7 Things to do in Las Vegas During the LDI Show

1. Look at the Las Vegas Strip from the High Roller Observation Wheel

The Las Vegas Strip is iconic. It’s a stretch of South Las Vegas Boulevard that’s known for its casinos and hotels and is about 4.2 miles long. Most of it has been designated as an All-American Road by the United States Department of Transportation. The High Roller Observation Wheel is located on the Strip and from it you can see part of the strip and its surrounding areas. At 550 feet tall, It’s the tallest Ferris wheel in the world.

2. Experience Virtual Reality at StageRight’s Booth

At the LDI Show in booth #1561 we will be offering free virtual reality tours of performance spaces like performing arts centers, black box theatres, and music rooms outfitted with our premium products. Don’t miss out on this unique experience! Complete the form below to request your free tour.

3. Watch the Bellagio Water Show

The Bellagio Water Fountain is a large, dancing water fountain with lights that’s synchronized to music. It’s part of the Bellagio Resort and is visible from many places on the Las Vegas Strip. The fountains are actually set in an eight-acre lake. The shows are incredible to see, especially at night. According to Bellagio’s website, the shows happen every 30 minutes during the day and every 15 minutes during the evening until midnight.

4. Go to a Vegas Golden Knights Game

The Vegas Golden Knight’s are the NHL’s newest team. During their inaugural season in 2017 they made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. Playing at the newly opened T-Mobile Arena, they have home games on the 19th, 21st, and 23rd of November. While you’re at T-Mobile Arena, you’ll also have the opportunity to see our seating platforms and telescopic risers. Click the link for more information on how we helped build T-Mobile Arena.

5. See the Las Vegas Sign

One of the top landmarks in Las Vegas is the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign. It has been there since 1959 and is a great photo opportunity. The sign is a short 15-minute drive south of the Convention Center on South Las Vegas Boulevard.

6. Visit a Museum

There are a ton of museums throughout Las Vegas. From The Neon Museum to Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, there are a lot of options. Most of these are within the same concentrated area, so you won’t have to travel far. Just do a quick Google search for Las Vegas museums and pick the one that interests you.

7. Catch a Show

Just like with the museums, there are many different shows available. If you’re attending a performance in one of the many casinos, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll be seeing our portable staging or seating risers. Cirque du Soleil shows are also immensely popular in Las Vegas and are a great activity for performance professionals. Occasionally, tours are available so you can see behind the scenes of these incredible productions.



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