Ride a Camel, Eat Roy Choi's Food and More New Things in Las Vegas

Plus a new show under a tent and a new nightclub

February in Las Vegas means a new show under a tent, Korean barbecue from a famous Los Angeles chef, rides on camels and a new nightclub.

Acrobatics, technology, artistry and illusion come together when “Celestia” performs in a 200,000-square-foot, stateof-the-art tent located on the Strip. The troupe of 32 performers bring contortion and the Wheel of Death act. W-Th, 7 pm; F-Su, 7 & 9 pm. Tickets are $29-$89. Stratosphere, 702.380.7777

Los Angeles chef Roy Choi pulls together the best of his Korean barbecue with some only-in-Las Vegas experiences with Best Friend. Try slippery shrimp and Kogi short rib tacos or go for tamarind black cod stew, meant to be shared by the table. Open daily, 5 pm-midnight. $ Park MGM, 702.730.6770

Learn about a wide range of desert species, including armadillos, opossums and sloths at Camel Safari. Tourists can feed and pet these animals before embarking on a 90-minute camel ride, which passes through overlooks of the Virgin Mountains and Virgin River about 75 northeast of Las Vegas. Rides start at $149 per person, $75 for children under 12. Call for reservations. Free transportation from Strip hotels. 2725 River Cliff Road, Bunkerville, Nevada, 800.836.4036.

Walk in through a record store and into On The Record, the new nightlife experience that includes a speakeasy, karaoke rooms, a double-decker bus that’s really a bar and deejay booth and, of course, a dance floor. Open W, F-Sa, 10 pm-4 am. Park MGM, 702.730.7777

Susan Stapleton
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