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Say ole with Viva Fiesta at the Atlantis

Join the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa for Viva Fiesta, celebrating all things Mexican culture and heritage on Sept. 26. Enjoy Mexican dishes like nachos, fajitas, enchiladas and more, along with plenty of margaritas and tequila. Enjoy one-night luxury accommodations and dinner for two at Viva Fiesta. The hotel package is $155 per person while individual dinner tickets are $65 per person. Use offer code FIESTA1 to book this package.

Join the Eldorado and Reno Events Center for an evening with Rascal Flatts

Join the downtown tri-properties, including the Eldorado Resort Casino for an evening of country music with Rascal Flatts on Sept. 24. Since making their debut nearly 16 years ago, these country crooners have sold nearly 23 million albums and almost 30 million digital downloads. Show time is 8 p.m. and tickets cost $59.50-$89.50. The Eldorado is a great place to stay after the show, as well, with room rates from $79.99 per night.

'80s rock gods Duran Duran take the Grand Theatre stage

English band Duran Duran will be at Grand Sierra Resort for one night only on Sept. 25. They'll be touring their new "Paper Gods" album in the recently renovated Grand Theatre. With more than 120 million records sold, Duran Duran is often considered part of the second British Invasion to come to the U.S. You won't want to miss this unique and exciting performance. Show time is 9 p.m. and tickets cost $75-$150.

Book a $59 staycation in Tahoe

Escape to Tahoe for a long weekend with $59 room rates at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe. Enjoy one of the most beautiful seasons at the lake as the leaves change and the air becomes a little crisper. Although it might be too cold to swim, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities before winter arrives and Mother Nature works her magic with a fabulous ski season.

Tahoe City Transit Center Talk

Architect Wright Sherman will be at the Nevada Museum of Art on Sept. 25 to talk about the design of the Tahoe City Transit Center and how it fits into the natural beauty and architecture of the area. Wright Sherman will also talk about the future of Lake Tahoe and what locals and tourists can expect. The talk begins at noon and is $10 for the public and free for museum members.

Cure the blues with Otis Taylor Band

Otis Taylor Band will be at the Nugget Casino Resort for one night only on Sept. 26. According to Guitar Player magazine, "Otis Taylor is arguably the most relevant blues artist of our time." His unique blues sound takes advantage of his love of banjo and cello to create music that will have you dancing in the aisles. With each consecutive album release, he continues to bend conventions and break all kinds of musical rules that you'll need to hear yourself to believe. Show time is 8 p.m. and tickets are $25.

Fly to Reno in style with the Peppermill

Want to take a last minute vacation in style? Check out the Peppermill Resort Casino Spa'sflyaway program. The hotel has partnered with Allegiant Airlines to offer round-trip air travel to Reno on a 166-passenger MD-80 aircraft, three nights lodging in a Peppermill Tower Room, and complimentary transportation to and from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Flight costs vary depending on the location of originating flight.

Don't miss a beat with O.A.R.

O.A.R. will be performing at the Grande Exposition Hall at the Silver Legacy in support of their most recent LP, The Rockville LP, on Sept. 25. Their extended play songs weave a story in a way no other artist has ever really committed to, creating unique albums and unique live performances. You definitely won't want to miss this one. Show time is 8 p.m. and tickets are $39.50-$49.50.

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