Get On Your Feet! - June News
MGM Resorts’ destinations offer great experiences for guests to get off their seats and on their feet! Whether it’s enjoying the city’s dynamic new outdoor plazas or chart-topping music, jaw-dropping performances and eye-opening exhibits – there’s something to get everyone moving.
- There’s plenty of exploring to be done at the newly introduced plazas at New York-New York and Monte Carlo, offering a social environment and dynamic patio culture. Anchored by the new Hershey’s Chocolate World flagship store and Nine Fine Irishmen, with an expanded outdoor patio, New York-New York boasts a fun lineup of Strip-side experiences. Hop next door to Monte Carlo where a lively open-air plaza awaits with live entertainment and unique dining that include Yusho, featuring inventive Japanese-inspired street food by celebrated chef Matthias Merges; Double Barrel, the first authentic roadhouse from renowned hospitality group sbe; 800 Degrees, a pizzeria from the California-based restaurateurs behind Umami Burger; BLVD Creamery, a contemporary ice cream shop;; and Sambalatte, a Vegas-grown premium coffee experience.
- Las Vegas audiences will dance in their seats at the state-of-the-art visual and audio experience that is Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil at Mandalay Bay. Beau Rivage’s new summer spectacular Saltoriya, which translates to “great leap,” features magical acrobatics, a leading comedian and an upbeat soundtrack for a lively, feel-good time. TAGANAI, a limited engagement production at Gold Strike June 27 – July 13, combines amazing athleticism, choreography, humor and an original score.
- Described as a “life-changing experience,” BODIES…The Exhibition at Luxor takes visitors on a visual adventure into the human body with more than 275 full and partial specimens, which have been meticulously dissected and preserved through an innovative process. Next door, the grand story of the “ship of dreams” is revived through Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, one of the highest attended exhibits in history with 25 million visitors worldwide. With more than 300 real artifacts, guests embark on a journey to feel what it was like aboard the famous luxury liner.