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5 Places to go for Karaoke in Las Vegas

Whether you love to sing or love to listen to other people, karaoke is a great time to be had by all.  Especially when you combine karaoke with some epic cocktails and great friends.  Check out these five bars that host some iconic Las Vegas karaoke! (That means the King is in the house.)

The Piano Bar – Harrah’s

The Piano Bar at Harrah’s is non-stop, crazy fun.  Whether you’re watching Big Elvis perform all the hits, singing karaoke with DJ Rusty, or listening to two identical twins duke it out over who’s the better piano player, The Piano Bar is always hopping. The Bar also features “Classic Soul” featuring the Saxman Duo, who perform all the classics and more, and  you dance the night away.  Open Mon – Wed, 2pm – 3am and Thurs – Sunday, 12pm – 3am.  Cover price varies.

Señor Frog’s – Treasure Island

Señor Frog’s is a fun, lively, adventure-filled bar at Treasure Island.  With a dance floor, restaurant, and patio overlooking Siren’s Cove, you’re encouraged here to relax, drink, and let loose! This goes double for their nightly karaoke, where you can belt out all your favorite hits. Open Sun – Thurs, 2pm – 2am and Fri-Sat 12pm – 2am.

Dino’s Lounge

If you’re looking to get off The Strip and a little more local, check out Dino’s. Hailed as the “best bar” (or “last bar”) in Las Vegas, Dino’s features live music and karaoke nights for all your musical needs. Best of all, it’s open 24/7, so no matter when you want that drink (or whether you want to party), Dino’s is there for you every time.

Ellis Island – New York New York

Whether you love to sing or love to watch The King sing, Ellis Island is for you.  Elvis at Ellis is Fridays and Saturdays at 5pm, and you can build your own Bloody Mary’s at the drink station from 9am – 2pm on weekends! Plus, karaoke. Every night.  At 9pm. Don’t miss out.

Don’t Tell Mama

Featuring a live pianist to accompany you, Don’t Tell Mama has karaoke every night. You can sing anything from jazz standards to modern day pop hits – just put in a request with the piano player! And make sure to stick around a while – every so often, the bartenders and waitstaff will take the mic and blow you away!

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