20 Vegas-Inspired Halloween Costumes
Last updated: October 28, 2010 at 1:28 pm. Posted by Las Vegas Blog Staff in Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Shows, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on 20 Vegas-Inspired Halloween Costumes.
Las Vegas is known around the world as Party Central for Halloween (and just about every other occasion you can think of), so it’s not surprising that Sin City also provides great inspiration when it comes to Halloween costumes!
If you’re like us, you’ve waited until the last minute to choose a Halloween costume, so here are 20 costumes inspired by the greatest city on Earth, Las Vegas.
See Don Arden’s Jubilee! at Bally’s Las Vegas.
Visit O’Sheas, center of the beer pong universe.
Learn more about the Imperial Palace Dealertainers.
No list of Vegas-centric costumes would be complete without Elvis!
Big Elvis performs at Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon.
Don a Caesar costume, and the world is yours. This statue, as well as a bazillion others, can be found at Caesars Palace.
Catch Donny & Marie at Flamingo Las Vegas. And speaking of Marie…
See photos of Marie in action at a recent doll signing at Flamingo.
The lovely ladies above were last seen distributing flyers for the Anthony Cools show at Paris Las Vegas. Maybe not Vegas icons (yet), but there’s no denying the appeal of the costumes! Learn more.
See the Chippendales guys at Rio Las Vegas.
We love our dealers! Make your own Big Wheel, attach it to your back, and you’ll be the hit of your Halloween party. Francis, above, is one of the friendly, helpful dealers at O’Sheas.
Guy Savoy is just one of the world-famous chefs you may wish to emulate for Halloween. Find out more about Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace. Another option: Bobby Flay of Mesa Grill, also at Caesars Palace, of course.
Yep, in case you haven’t heard, Garth Brooks is coming out of retirement for a series of concerts in Vegas. Read more.
Everybody loves an evil clown, and the “Freaks” show at O’Sheas had one. (Note: “Freaks” is no longer at O’Sheas. Sigh. Doesn’t mean you can’t still be a freak in Vegas on Halloween!) Why a staple gun? Well, those cards are actually stapled to Sleazo.
This opens up a whole world of costume possibilities. Choose your favorite casino game, and start the brainstorming! Dice, cards, slot machines, roulette wheels…they’re all fodder for creative costumes.
Aki, above, is just one of the city’s amazing sushi masters. He calls Ichiban Restaurant at Bally’s home. More here.
See Penn & Teller live at Rio Las Vegas. Fingernail polish? Yep. Penn keeps one of his fingernails painted red. (The color is Jelly Apple Red by Essie.)
We were so sorry to see “Freaks” go. Magician Dirk Arthur now makes the theater at O’Sheas his home. Find out more.
Sure, it might take some doing, but you’ll wow your friends and co-workers if you show up on Halloween as Las Vegas’ renowned “Welcome” sign, currently residing on the south end of the Strip.
That’s it! Twenty Las Vegas Halloween costumes to inspire you to get into the spirit of “All Hallows’ Eve.” Post your Vegas-themed costume ideas in the Comments section.
And have a blast on Halloween. We will!