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April 17, 2008
Hello from Michele...
It is a pleasure hearing from so many avid readers of Insider Viewpoint of Las Vegas.  I enjoy answering all the emails and look forward to the interesting questions.  Below, I have selected a few examples of this weeks questions,  I hope you enjoy reading them.  Do you have any questions you would like to ask me?  Please send me an email.

 
I want to know about major boxing matches that are held in Las Vegas. My question is, if you pay the money they want for a ticket, are there many movie stars and famous people who attend these events. My two girlfriends and I want to see the famous people and maybe mingle with them, is that possible? Vickie T Oregon.

Simply stated, yes you can see many movie stars, famous people, prominent athletes and other notables who attend the boxing matches in Las Vegas. The bigger the boxing names are, the bigger the crowd of celebrities. As far as mingling with them before, during or after that is a little more difficult. Often famous people have their own security and being able to walk up and talk to them in the casino is not easy sometimes. Celebrity person watching is very popular in Las Vegas and on any weekend you can see dozens of the celebrities throughout the various casinos.

 

How far in advance should I book my reservations for New Years? I want to make sure I get exactly the room I want and see the shows I have heard so much about. This will be my first time visiting Las Vegas and I want to do it right. Wayne K. San Francisco, CA

Wayne with a city that has more than 3,000,000 people a month visiting, I think the sooner the better is the rule of thumb for booking reservations. As you can imagine, New Years and Super Bowl are the two most popular weekends in Las Vegas. Shows may or may not be available to book that far in advance, but your hotel room can be made. Have a great time and you will enjoy Vegas especially at New Years.

 

I will be visiting Las Vegas in a few weeks and I would like to know the most popular places to hear country western music. Can you stir me in the right direction? Andy Smith Texas

Andy thanks for the question and you will probably end up in one of two places to enjoy country music in Las Vegas. My two choices would be either Toby Keith’s, inside the Harrah’s Casino, or Stoney's Rockin' Country, the largest free standing nightclub in Las Vegas, 20,000 square feet. The western nightlife happening is just north of the South Point Casino at 9155 S. Las Vegas Blvd. As a backup plan you might also want to check out Dylans and Coyote Ugly.

 

When do the pool parties begin at the major casinos? I went to Hard Rock a couple years ago and had a blast. Now they tell me several casinos have pool parties each week, is that true? Melinda Sawyer California

Yes, summer is almost upon us and the pool parties start opening at the end of April and the first week of May. You have several to choose from, such as, Hard Rock, Tao, Caesars, Palms, Mandalay Bay to name just a few. Have a great time and be sure to use a sun block, this is the desert you know.

 

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