Las Vegas – An Events Capital

Las Vegas – Events Capital

Las Vegas is a natural pick for location of an events company. With the variety of hotels and convention centers to choose from, as well as classic and offbeat venue choices, some of the biggest conventions and events in the world happen in Las Vegas. We break down some of the highlights in Las Vegas below.


CES – January
CES is the Consumer Electronics Show, running every January across the entirety of Las Vegas. Running for over 50 years, this convention is the launch pad for the newest technology and innovation.
NAB – April
The NAB is the National Association of Broadcasters, which serves as the voice of the radio and television broadcasters, speaking on behalf of the group to sway federal government, industry and public affairs. The convention focuses on the intersection of media, entertainment, and technology.
JCK Trade Show
The JCK trade show is the premiere event for jewelers in North America. It offers professionals in the jewelry trade exclusive buying, networking and education in a secure environment. Discover the newest and hottest domestic and international designers alongside the most sought after trends.


Love is a Cirque du Soleil show that marries the French-Canadian performance company with the beatles. A specialty stage was build in the Mirage hotel to house the show that has been running steadily since 2006. Also, Sir George Martin, the original producer for the Beatles, crafter the music for the show.

Britney Spears
Relatively new in the Las Vegas show scene because Britney Spears has been performing her Piece of Me show for over 3 years now. In addition, turning into one of the most successful music endeavors on the strip, many are flocking to witness Spears before her residency comes to a close in Fall 2017.

Downtown Container Park

Downtown Container Park is an open-air shopping and dining experience. Created out of shipping containers and locally manufactured Xtreme Cubes, the dining and shopping in the park are finely curated, focusing mainly on local and independent shops, because most owners running the boutiques.

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