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Things To Do in Las Vegas in April

Last updated: April 27, 2017 at 8:12 pm. Posted by in Caesars Entertainment, Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 3 Comments on Things To Do in Las Vegas in April.

Want to know what’s happening in Las Vegas while you’re here? We’ve got you covered with our top picks and breaking them down week by week. April is a big month for food in Las Vegas. OK,OK, we know every month in Vegas is full of fantastic foodie finds but April is especially awesome.

Open and close the month with two of the most delectable food events of the year: UNLVino and Uncork’d. Additionally, MR CHOW now offers a brand new pre-theatre menu before shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace plus Taco Tuesday specials at several venues will liven up your dinner plans.

Aside from all that deliciousness, April has top-notch entertainment offerings. Catch everything from country stars galore performing at The Academy of Country Music Party for a Cause events to the sexy Tyson Beckford rejoining the Chippendales. Here are the top things to do in Las Vegas this April:

April 22-30


Brace your bellies; it’s the big one! Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit is the premier foodie event of the year featuring a slew of food events up and down the Strip. It offers a chance to get up close and personal with your favorite chefs as you savor their cuisine and pick up pro tips from a variety of Master Series dinners, happy hours, brunches, luncheons and cooking demos.

Highlights are sure to include the #Foodporn Cooking Demo & Luncheon with The Two Hot Tamales, aka celeb chef duo Mary Sue Milliken, and Susan Feniger of Border Grill in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Get tips from the queens of the cocina plus learn how to shoot impressive food porn shots from the social media gurus at Bon Appétit Magazine. Talk about a tasty win-win! Another delicious event will be the 25th Anniversary Lunch with Wolfgang Puck at Spago on April 28. He’s the celebrity chef who launched Vegas into the forefront of the culinary world. Enjoy Spago classics and Puck’s favorite dishes plus a premium cocktail reception to kick off the memorable meal. Browse events and get your tickets here.

American Cornhole League National Tourney

Things to do in Las Vegas - American Cornhole League National Tournament

Yes, competitive cornhole is a thing. You probably know this popular Midwestern game, whether you’re from there or not, since it’s popping up at bars across the country. Head to The LINQ Hotel & Casino to watch the pros battle it out for part of the $5,000 prize pool in the Open Division, which will be broadcast on ESPN3. It’s open to the public so you can watch the pros or even join in the competition. There will be open play, sit ‘n go tournaments, special challenges and lots of swag for everyone. Talk about a unique souvenir from your trip to Vegas.

Bottle Service at Le Central

Le Central at Paris Las Vegas is now offering bottle service

Le Central at Paris Las Vegas is now offering bottle service. Snag a bottle, mixers and garnishes at a great price. Choices include Grey Goose and New Amsterdam vodka, Patron Silver and el Jimador Blanco tequila and Bulleit bourbon. Le Central is located between the casino floor and the shopping promenade so you’ll be in the heart of the action for primo people watching while you enjoy some cocktails. The special runs 24/7 so bottle service can be yours whenever the spirit(s) move you.

Trivia at TAG

Things to do in Las Vegas at TAG Sports Bar - BuzzTime Trivia

TAG Sports Bar

TAG Sports Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino gives you the chance to show off your smarts. The bar now features Buzztime trivia plus a weekly live trivia night. On Tuesdays at 7 p.m., St. Archer Brewery hosts the trivia competition where guests can score swag plus branded items and drink discounts, and of course, bragging rights for the winners.

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April 1-7


Kick the month off on a delicious note at UNLVino’s 43rd Annual Grand Tasting, Nevada’s longest-running wine tasting event, at Paris Las Vegas. It may seem like just another food event to Vegas visitors but this local fundraiser benefits the scholarship fund for students of UNLV’s William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration. So basically, look at it as an investment in your Vegas vacation future because you’ll be helping the hospitality industry of tomorrow.

Enjoy a wide variety of wine, beer and spirits plus food from restaurants like Beer Park, BLT Steak, Carmine’s, El Burro Borracho, HEXX Kitchen & Bar, Sprinkles Cupcakes and Virgil’s Real Barbecue. You’ll also taste the handiwork of UNLV’s culinary students. We got the chance to sample the goods and let’s just say the future of the Las Vegas hospitality industry is delicious! Tops on the list were bacon and chorizo mac and cheese bites, Thai beef lettuce cups and the pièce de résistance, chicken and waffles with bacon waffles. Sweet and salty pillowy goodness, where have you been all our lives? Get your tickets here.

ACM Party for a Cause

The Academy of Country Music takes over Las Vegas with its Party for a Cause, benefiting its charitable arm, ACM Lifting Lives. Events take place all over the Strip. We know this is the list of must-do events for April, but the festivities begin at the end of March so get the party started at Virgil’s Real Barbecue at The LINQ Promenade March 31 at 10 p.m. Up and coming country singers Bailey Bryan, Kenny Foster and Morgan Wallen perform live.

Next up is a concert under the sun at Flamingo’s GO Pool on April 1. Hear music from Jackie Lee, Jerrod Niemann, Old Dominion and Dee Jay Silver. The doors open at 9 a.m. if you want to get there early to chill by the pool and work on your tan. Music starts at noon and just remember, a cowboy hat makes an ideal sun shade.

When the sun goes down, head to the ACM After Party for a Cause at John Rich’s new venue, Redneck Riviera, at The Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s. John Rich himself will be there to perform along with Adam Craig and Clay Walker.

National Beer Day at AmeriCAN Beer Bar & Cocktail

In case you didn’t know, April 7 is National Beer Day. Celebrate on The LINQ Promenade at AmeriCAN Beer & Cocktails. Keep the party going all day with a $50 open bar package, which includes domestic draft beer (plus well drinks too) from open to close. The best part? You can also come and go all day and keep the drinks flowing.

Tyson Beckford at Chippendales

Things to do in Las Vegas - Check out Tyson Beckford performing with the Chippendales

Beginning March 30, supermodel, actor and fashion icon Tyson Beckford dons his cuffs and bow tie once more when he rejoins the cast of Chippendales as celebrity guest host. The talented hunk broke box office records during his previous limited engagement at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino so don’t miss your chance to see him… a LOT of him… this time around.

April 8-14

SteVe Martin & Martin Short

Steve Martin and Martin Short

Iconic entertainers Steve Martin and Martin Short have made you laugh on the big screen and now it’s time to soak up their hilarity in person. Their April 9 Colosseum show is humorously titled “An Evening You Will Forget For The Rest Of Your Lives featuring the Steep Canyon Rangers and Jeff Babko.” The surely UNforgettable evening will feature the duo recalling their epic careers. The pair will discuss influences and memorable encounters across the years through a mix of stand-up, musical numbers and conversations. If you can’t catch this date, they’ll be back July 23, August 25 and October 29.

Pre-Theatre Menu at MR CHOW

MR CHOW at Caesars Palace

Check out the amazing view from the patio at MR CHOW.

April means patio weather in Las Vegas. Dine al fresco at MR CHOW, overlooking the gorgeous Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace. The hip restaurant offers scenic views of the pool area plus a new pre-theatre menu available on all Colosseum show nights from 5 – 7 p.m. Before the show, enjoy a delicious dinner featuring a starter, entree and side from the pre-theatre menu plus a glass of Champagne for $66 per person (tax and gratuity not included). It’s your chance to enjoy MR CHOW’s hip and elegant atmosphere while sampling signature dishes and the bubbles from the famous Champagne Trolley.

Rio Pool special

Day drinkers, unite! Enjoying cocktails by the pool tops the list of springtime Vegas activities and Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino makes it easy. Get your poolside beverage needs taken care of throughout pool season with the all-you-care-to-drink pool package, which includes beers, well drinks, sodas and water for $100.


Things to do in Las Vegas for Easter - Chocolate tasting at The High Roller

Taste these beautiful candies against a background of the Vegas skyline on The High Roller.

Celebrate Easter in the tastiest way on The High Roller at The LINQ Promenade with in-cabin holiday chocolate tastings from Ethel M Chocolates. This special opportunity is available March 9 through April 13. Ethel M Easter egg truffles are a Vegas Easter must-do. The local chocolatier hosts chocolate tastings on The High Roller regularly but this special edition features their delectable holiday eggs. The speckled egg candies are as pretty as the view from 550 feet above the Strip. Check in at the Charter Groups entrance and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine with your ticket purchase.

April 15-21

Taco Tuesdays Times Two

Things to do in Las Vegas - Taco Tuesday at Chayo Mexican Restuarant

Taco Tuesday here we come at Chayo Mexican Restuarant.

Tuesdays in April just got a lot tastier. Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho at Rio wants to fill you up without emptying your wallet. Taco Tuesdays mean it’s time for $35 all-you-can-eat tacos, house margaritas and beer. Taco choices include al pastor, picadillo, verduras asada and chipotle pork with roasted corn. Upgrade to $45 all-you-can-eat tacos, specialty margaritas and beer to expand your options even more. Additional taco choices include carne asada, lava rock shrimp and drunken fish and specialty margaritas include pineapple habanero and peach ginger margaritas. With either package you’ll score bottomless chips and salsa plus a “Peace, Love + Taco Grease” tumbler. Si, por favor!

Chayo on The LINQ Promenade also celebrates the most delicious day of the week. Receive a free beer with every order of tacos.

Stripside Café & Bar

Stripside Café & Bar outside Caesars Palace now offers $19.66 combos, in honor of the year Caesars Palace opened its doors. Start your day with any breakfast entrée like fried chicken and waffles or brioche French toast, paired with coffee. Lunch and dinner combos come with a side item and a soft drink. We’re partial to the mac ‘n’ cheese carbonara and the farm burger topped with Applewood smoked bacon and a fried egg. Bonus: There are plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options on the menu too.

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About The Author

Allison came to Las Vegas over a decade ago and fell in love with the city and all its dining and entertainment options. A live music junkie and tequila enthusiast, she has written for Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Vegas Magazine and Conde Nast's VegasChatter.

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3 Responses

  1. All, that described, of course, is very amazing. But do you have any suggestions, concerned about sports activities and games? Maybe you can advise what sports clubs or sports bars to visit. (I like pool and table tennis).

  2. Allison Duck

    Hi Roman,
    Thanks for reading! I’m not a ping pong player and I don’t really know of any spots specifically for that but let me ask and I’ll get back to you if I can find an answer. As for pool, I know Beer Park, the awesome outdoor venue on the roof at Paris Las Vegas, has that. It’s got lots of fun games and is just plain fun for hanging out, grabbing a beer and food with friends. The view is pretty awesome too: Let me check on another place or two I think have pool because I’m not certain. I know you didn’t specify beer pong but O’Sheas at The LINQ has an awesome setup for beer pong and is a very fun place to “play” on the Strip.

    Have fun!

  3. Thank you, Allison, for the suggested articles to read!