Looking to see dueling pianos in Las Vegas, we will show you where.
In case you are not familiar with dueling pianos, two charismatic piano players go head to head on grand or baby grand pianos playing audience-requested songs, bantering with each other, and sometimes even dancing.
Where can you go to see dueling pianos in Las Vegas?
There are a few bars in Las Vegas where dueling pianos are still the top form of entertainment. Check out our favorites.
Piano Bar at Harrah’s
The Piano Bar at Harrah’s specializes in piano entertainment and is in the perfect location–right next to Carnaval Court. There are live shows nightly whether it’s an Elvis impersonator, Karaoke, The Saxman Duo, or Dueling Pianos.
Guests must be 21+, the dress code is casual, and twin pianists Kim and Tamara battle each other every Tuesday through Saturday starting at 9pm.
- Mon-Thurs, Sun: 2pm – 12:30am
- Fri-Sat: 2pm – 2am
The Bar at Times Square
Found inside the iconic New York New York The Bar at Times Square is described as the Ultimate Neighborhood Bar and is home to the number one rated dueling piano show in Las Vegas.
- Mon-Wed: 4pm – 2am
- Thur: 4pm – 3am
- Fri: 11am – 3am
- Sat: 10am – 3am
- Sun: 10am – 2am
Big Bang- Dueling Piano Bar
The best place for dueling pianos Downtown on Fremont Street is inside Dick’s Last Resort! Big Bang Bar hosts dueling pianos Thursday through Saturday with pianists that can take almost any audience request.
Dick’s Last Resort also features a great menu full of American casual dining favorites that are affordable for the entire family.
- Thurs – Sat: 9pm – 1am
Napoleon’s Dueling Piano Bar
Paris Las Vegas is home to some of the most epic entertainment on the Las Vegas strip including Napoleon’s Dueling Piano Bar. Guests can also enjoy cigars in the lounge, and classic, vintage cocktails.
The dueling piano artists can take any requests from party classics to current radio hits. There’s a small menu for snacking as well.
- Fri and Sat: 6pm – 2am
Eastside Lounge at Wynn Las Vegas is all about elegance and elevated luxury from their seating to the hand-crafted cocktail menu. The poolside lounge is the perfect spot for sipping cocktails after dinner while listening to lively, dueling pianos. Although the bar is poolside, swimwear is not permitted.
- Mon-Thurs: 4pm – 12 am
- Fri-Sat: 6pm – 3am
- Sun: 6pm – 2am
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Don’t Tell Mama
If Downtown Fremont Street is more your speed, check out Don’t Tell Mama, the cozy lounge where not only are there dueling pianos, but your servers will sing to you! Bar patrons can make requests to the waitresses, bar tenders, and pianists for any music they would like performed. Don’t Tell Mama is inside the Neonopolis.
- Tues-Thurs: 8pm – 2:30am
- Fri-Sat: 8pm – 3:30am
- Sun: 8pm – 2am
Piano bars are a lively, fun, and interactive way to enjoy good music, charismatic performers, and great cocktails; and the ones in Las Vegas are showstoppers. Make sure to make dueling pianos a bucket list item for your next trip to Las Vegas.