With May, Atlantic City casinos make way for the unofficial start of the summer season on Memorial Day, but there are plenty of other events leading up to that last weekend.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) released their annual Las Vegas Visitor Profile last week. This is a snapshot of the average visitor to Las Vegas + Renovations, Gambling and more.
April brings not only showers and spring flowers to Atlantic City, but an eclectic array of events and entertainment from a film festival, stand-up comedy and a sake dinner to ballet and a Halfway to Halloween celebration.
Boats and food top the March agenda of events in Atlantic City. As if new restaurants are not enough, Tropicana celebrates Bacon Week, March 19 to 25.
Tropicana continues to be the place to be in February. Indoor Beach Bash continues through Feb. 28 with a free concert by Parrot Beach at 8 p.m. Feb. 4 in the Grand Exhibition Center.
Some like it hot. Some like it cold. From an Indoor Beach Bash at Tropicana, to New Year’s Day polar bear plunges, January in Atlantic City offers something for everyone.
December seems to put Atlantic City in a more “family-friendly” mood.
The best place to head is Tropicana. The festivities begin at 7 p.m. Dec. 3 on the Boardwalk and include a special holiday sing-along presentation of Tropicana’s Multimedia Light and Sound Show.
During November visitors will have lots to be thankful for – and they don’t even have to wait until Thanksgiving.
They’re already available for play, but the “official” debut of the first video-gaming machines in a U.S.-based casino is Nov. 2 at Bally’s Wild Wild West, Caesars and Harrah’s. The premier game, “Danger Arena,” is a first-person action video game in which player skill determines the payout.
Chocolate and Halloween are a pretty good combination, and you can get your fill of both during October in Atlantic
After Labor Day in Atlantic City, temperatures begin to get cooler and the crowds thin out, but there is still lots to do in September.