What To Do In Vegas In August
Summer may be coming to an end but it’s still sizzling in Vegas. If you don’t mind the heat, August is a great time to visit Las Vegas. The crowds tend to be a little less and as a result, you may be able to score a great deal on flights or hotel packages. To help curate your trip, here’s a look at a few things to do in Vegas this August.

Watch the Queen of R&B

The legendary Mary J. Blige will be in Vegas August 16-17 performing as part of The Royalty Tour at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. You can expect the hitmaking heavyweight to bring a stacked setlist of songs spanning her career that will make this one of the can’t miss shows for the summer. Ticket and room packages are still available.

Score a Las Vegas Package Deal

With a little research you can often find a great Vegas package deal for rooms, food and beverage and sometimes even slot play. A good rule of thumb is to visit the hotel websites to see what packages and offers they have available. Some, like the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas even have a dedicated page with offers from dining to entertainment and room specials.

Soak Up the Pools – It’s Your Last Chance

Summer is winding it down and that means Vegas pool season is coming to a close. Yes, pools in Vegas actually close. While there is no official close date for pools, Vegas resorts start adjusting their pool hours or number of pools available to guests by mid-to-late September, all predicated on weather,  so, enjoy it in August while the temperatures are still high. Check Pool hours and availability for Hard Rock Hotel & Casino right here.

Experience a Vegas Nightclub

Perhaps one of the most quintessential Vegas things to do is experience the Vegas nightclub scene. Vegas nightclubs are some of the best in the world offering more than just music, bottle service and bars. Most nightclubs boast world-class DJs and musical artists, top-level dining and a see and be seen atmosphere that is unrivaled.

Get Up Early and Stay Up Late

Is it really late or early? In Vegas, it’s hard to tell where the times goes. We get it, but it wouldn’t be a Vegas trip if you didn’t see the sunrise and set, right? In all seriousness, you should experience a Vegas sunrise and sun set against the desert and mountains backdrop. Not only is it beautiful, but the morning temperatures can be a pleasant start to the day. Depending on where you’re staying, you can catch morning yoga or go for a hike in Red Rock Canyon – all before 9 am – if you’re up for it.

If you’re still making summer plans and looking for Las Vegas packages, specials and more, check out Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s offers. You’ll find discounts on a variety of hotel stays, property amenities and entertainment packages.