5 Cool Spots To Sing Karaoke on the Strip

You’ve had a few drinks, and you’re feeling brave. So why not stretch your vocal cords with your own karaoke rendition of “Don’t Stop Believing” or perhaps “Oops…I Did It Again”?

Whether you want to drop a throwback by the Backstreet Boys, belt out your favorite Whitney Houston ballad, or bring sexy back with Justin Timberlake, this is your chance to uncover your hidden talent—or let loose an animalistic mating call—at any of the five top bars for karaoke on the Strip listed below.

Grab the mic and rest assured that what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas with some karaoke on the Strip.

1. KAMU Ultra Karaoke at Venetian and Palazzo

Perfect for a blowout celebration or just a random girl’s or guy’s night out, the newest karaoke bar on the Las Vegas Strip is also the biggest—and the most bougie. The 17,000 square foot venue has 40 next-level glam suites with bottle service and a gourmet menu that includes sushi, wagyu sliders, kimchi fried rice, Korean fried chicken, oysters on the half shell and more. There’s an international song library that includes thousands of hits, but if you don’t find what you like, you can stream our Vegas songs from your personal phone.

Also awesome? Their hours. They’re open until 8 a.m. every day of the week, meaning you now actually have an answer when your friends ask, “what now?” after the last call.

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2. On the Record at Park MGM

Park MGM has one of the most popular nightclubs on the strip. There’s more than meets the eye at Park MGM’s stylish venue that blends a record store, speakeasynightclub and concert venue. After getting inspired by the live performances by the live performances in the main room, get ready to step back in time—and out of your comfort zone—in one of the three private karaoke rooms. Take your pick from distinctly retro-themed environments that echo the ‘70s, ’80s and ’90s.

a retro feel at On The Record

Bonus: in addition to being hidden through a secret passageway, the three rooms are also soundproof, so even the worst warblers will find solace at full volume, as songs devolve into singalongs that drown out any (lack of) talent.

Park MGM Las Vegas (from USD $75 )

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3. Ellis Island Karaoke Bar

Karaoke is a major draw at Ellis Island, a family-owned casino hotel located a mere mile from the Las Vegas Strip. Crooners show up every night to rock the stage, while their friends throw back some of the most affordable drinks in town. Arrive early for a turn, but be prepared to dance, sing along and high-five your fellow karaoke singers.

Be warned: talented locals and visitors from all over the place bring their A-game to shine in front of a live audience, so the stakes can be high. We suggest you download the Songbook DB app beforehand to access their full list of over 10,000 songs so you can sooner hit the spotlight and start living the dream.

4. The Barbershop at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

With a live band backing every singer on stage, everyone is a rockstar at Faded Karaoke every Tuesday night at The Barbershop. Located through a clandestine entrance in a functioning three-chair barbershop, this hidden spot is worth the visit for the polished Prohibition atmosphere and impressive whisky selection alone.

(image originally sourced from cosmopolitanlasvegas.com)

With live entertainment almost every night of the week, the speakeasy takes on a different vibe on karaoke nights when the room draws unexpected—and sometimes mindblowing—vocal talent. After all, if you want to sing with the live band, you should probably be good. But even if you’re not, you’ll be able to live out your rockstar fantasy—if only for a few minutes.

There’s tons of good karaoke on the Strip. For the hardcore fans, take your skills off the main drag for some more karaoke off the Strip.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (from USD $250 )

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5. Piano Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas

Calling all lounge lizards and Broadway babes. During Rusty’s All-Star Karaoke nights Wednesday through Sunday, the space will turn every timid would-be singer into a flamboyant performer. The tavern-like vibe is super-welcoming, and even in a karaoke bar full of regular ringers, only the most bashful performers will be spooked from the stage and the always attentive crowd. So throw back a cocktail and channel your inner chanteuse in front of a room full of supportive strangers. This is the place to do your thing and embrace the moment.

Happy couple singing in a karaoke nightclub

Harrah's Las Vegas (from USD $39 )

Harrah’s Las Vegas, a Caesars property, has some of the best options and most diverse accommodations on the Strip.

Keep On Singin’ After Karaoke Ends

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