After a cold and windy winter, Las Vegas will start to heat up again in February. Check out the five top reasons Sin City is proving to be a hot destination throughout the month.Big Game Weekend
Las Vegas will be packed all weekend long as visitors place their bets on the NFL championship showdown. Who will come out on top when the Patriots face the Rams on February 3? See for yourself by attending one of the best viewing parties around town. Just make sure you've got access to a sports book.
Magic is such an impressive trade show, it comes to Vegas twice a year. The gathering of fashion professionals will make its presence felt February 5-7 with events, vendors and conferences at both the Las Vegas Convention Center and Mandalay Bay Convention Center. From shoes and suits to shirts and skirts, all the bases are covered. Magic will return in August as well, but why wait on getting a first look at the fashion trends of tomorrow?
There's a new headliner in town. Lady Antebellum launches their "Our Kind of Vegas" residency at the Pearl Theater inside the Palms. Shows run February 8-9, 13, 15-16 with return dates already confirmed for May and August. Expect the pop-country trio to mix up the setlist from night to night while making sure to include chart-toppers like "Need You Now." "Just a Kiss" and "Bartender."
Make no mistake. Sin City has a romantic side and one of the most seductive spots on the Strip is doing something extra special for the holiday weekend, February 14-17. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant is offering luxury elopement packages with stunning views of the Bellagio fountains from the Paris resort. The all-inclusive price of $200 covers the officiant, bouquet and champagne toast. If this sounds like the perfect way to spontaneously tie the knot, make a reservation now. Ceremonies are limited to 11 per day, between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Sip & Savor
Once a year, the Wolfgang Puck family of chefs and restaurants joins together for Sip & Savor, a fundraiser for Keep Memory Alive and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. This time around, the gala is at Lupo inside Mandalay Bay, where drinks and small bites will be served 6-9 p.m. Highlights this year include a suckling pig, pizza stations and seafood risotto. Tickets range from $175 to $225 and are on sale now.
As you can see, February shaping up to be an exciting time to visit Las Vegas. Book a flight to town on a private jet charter with Cirrus Aviation Services by calling 702-472-9714. For even more ideas for dinners, shows and events, contact VegasGiant at 702-476-0001 for your one-stop-shop luxury concierge.
By Rob Kachelriess