Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan

Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan

The main pool at the Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool converts into a platform to hold up to 3,000 people for the “Set Your Life to Music” concert series (and this year, it served as my formal introduction to Iggy Azalea, who seemed to become a Vegas fixture thereafter). During the Thursday night performances, the concert venue projects its performers onto the 65-foot screen, so everyone can get a little glimpse. And, you can get an unobstructed view of the Las Vegas Strip. (Just spring for VIP cabana seats with bottle service on the second floor, so you don’t have to hang with the sweaty mob on the pool level.) 

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