Walking Through a Different Sort of Vegas Wonderland
The amazing Suzanne Lugano.
It's the final installment from our very special guest blogger, Rick Lax, who has been dishing some helpful hints of how to avoid some of the more popular scams in Vegas. Want to read more of Rick's stuff? You're in luck! His book, Fool Me Once: Hustlers, Hookers, Headliners and How Not to Get Screwed in Vegas is now on sale.
Las Vegas is filled with attractions that I can’t describe without sounding like I’m tripping. The lip-syncing giant frog at Wynn’s Lake of Dreams, the Circus Circus Carousel Bar, Mystere, Ka, O—the list’s a
And it just got longer, thanks to magician Jeff McBride’s Wonderground.
Wonderground is monthly gathering of performance artists, including balloon sculptors, puppeteers, body painters, contortionists, belly dancers, go-go dancers, and of course, magicians. They’ve got names like Bizzaro the Optical Illusionist, Areeya the psychedelic artist, and Pink Bambu the Leopard Lady.
Throw some hookahs and cocktails into
the mix, and you’ll swear you’ve been transported into time traveling
The event takes place at The Olive (3850 E. Sunset Rd.) and it only costs $10 to get in. And, for that $10, you get two drinks. So if you have the means to get there—it’s a couple miles east of the strip—you definitely should. Third Thursday of the month, every month.
But don’t come high; it’s unnecessary.
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