If you’re looking for a good time, You’ll find country music at several of the bars and casinos in Las Vegas.
In the Harrah’s casino located on the strip is Toby Keith’s “I Love This Bar & Grill”, which was named after his country hit single. You can see over 100 pieces of his memorabilia.
For some good ole Country music Las Vegas style, visit Stoney’s Rockin’ Country.
They offer free dance lessons on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays with a DJ spinning country music.
They also have a mechanical bull for the tuff guys, and if the bolder cowgirls want to get their bikini ride on the bull, they say the best ride wins a $500 prize.
Then mosey on over to Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que located in Treasure Island.
They also have a mechanical bull and bikini riding gals that are known for some of the sexiest cowgirls this side of Texas.
Put on your jeans, boots, and hats, and your star studded belts and buckles, and be sure to join the fun.
At the bar you will be able to indulge in the best shrimp cocktail in town for only $1.49, ain’t none better.
Then when the Country Music starts flowing, the place fills up with the cowboys and cowgirls and the dance floor accommodates more dancing couples than you can imagine.
So, if you’re looking for some good ole line dancing, the cowboy shuffle, or just a slow two step, head on down to the Skyline Casino Thursday and Friday nights, where Eldon Hunt performs live on stage.
The friendly atmosphere just bubbles and overflows with the finest country music Las Vegas has to offer.
Once you’ve visited the Skyline country experience, you will return time after time for the good ‘ole fashion country music Las Vegas style.
Downtown Las Vegas usually in April has dozens of country events happening all across town, and the well known Fremont Street Experience really kicks it country western style.
Offering fantastic free concerts and lots of great country entertainment.
So, you can find places both on and off the strip where fans can enjoy bull riding, dancing & drinking, and all the wild and crazy country music Las Vegas can muster up.