Ever since the global shutdown due to COVID-19, the entertainment districts of the world's most exciting cities have been at a standstill. After about seven months and much anticipation, some Las Vegas venues are opening to the public!


Though the experiences may be a bit altered, you'll walk away from these entertainment offerings with your heart full for Las Vegas.

First up, the Las Vegas Raiders are finally moving into their new home at the high budgeted Allegiant Stadium. The multi-purpose football arena cost a whopping 1.8 billion dollars. It will soon house exciting nights of football, concerts, and more. Already, the Raiders have found some luck winning their first home opener at the stadium.

Allegiant Stadium recently illuminated 60 lights to honor victims of the Vegas shooting.

Down the road, check out Area 15! There's no aliens here but the entertainment sure is out of this world.

Just check out those lights!

Art and live entertainment fills the space which is now open to the public.

Another must-see, the Bellagio Las Vegas has revamped the botanical garden with an "into the woods" theme. Trees full of orange leaves surround a few woodland friends to take you deep into a fall forrest.

What a perfect Instagram back drop this could be!

For more details on these Vegas venues and more, be sure to watch this week's Vegas Headliners above!

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