Christmas in Las Vegas

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In Las Vegas, the casinos used to close down starting from December 10 to New Year's Eve.  It was a real slow time and there weren't many visitors to the city.  But, there has since been an increase in Christmas themed activities.

    Coast Casinos, which owns Gold Coast, Suncoast, and Orleans Resorts, tries to appeal to families every holiday season.  The company has been hosting “Forever Plaid” for the past several years and they are planning on spiffying it up a bit for the holidays.  The guys get a second chance at stardom, but this time they have to do a Christmas show.

    The Suncoast has a Polynesian style Christmas.  They sing Polynesian carols and everyone shows up in grass skirts.  It has a different kind of feel to it coming from the islands.

    At the Orleans, Donny Osmond's Holiday Celebration can draw a crowd in the 35-45 age group.  Some of the visitors come from around the world to see him perform.  He gives most of the money he earns to several charities he is close to. 
    Wayne Newton has created a holiday show that will be at the Flamingo.  The shows include ice skaters, penguins, and several talented performers. 

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  The Scinta family has put new life into the old-school Las Vegas entertainment.  They have a Christmas show at the Sahara that features upbeat music, impressions and a comedy routine that has made them favorites of visitors.

    You can find other light displays at Mystic Falls in Sam's Town.  You can also visit the Ethel M Chocolate Factory's cactus garden for a twist on a Christmas tree.  The Nutcracker is performed by the Nevada Ballet Theater at UNLV's theater. 

    Christmas can be a fun time with the many holiday themed shows and the attractions available.  Many tourists come from around the globe to see the many decorations and the holiday shows and pageantry.

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