Catering to the mega-music festival market, Las Vegas in recent years introduced outdoor event space such as MGM Resort International’s Las Vegas Village & Festival Grounds, accommodating 40,000 people and 85,000 people, respectively. While discussions continue for a possible 65,000-seat NFL stadium, other large-scale venues include the approximately 142,000-person-capacity Las Vegas Motor Speedway and University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ 40,000-seat Sam Boyd Stadium. At the smaller end of the open-air scale, the Henderson Pavilion combines tented and lawn seating for 6,587 people.

For indoor events, Vegas offers at least 30 multipurpose arenas, theaters and live venues. Each offering variable floor and seating configurations (some, like AXIS at Planet Hollywood and new Park Theater, expandable up and down), here are the Top 10 indoor entertainment facilities in town, by approximate capacity:

T-Mobile Arena
20,000

Thomas & Mack Center
19,522

MGM Grand Garden
16,800

Mandalay Bay Events Center
12,000

Orleans Arena at the Orleans Hotel and Casino
9,000

AXIS at Planet Hollywood
7,000

The Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas Resort and Casino
5,200

South Point Arena & Equestrian Center
4,600

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
4,300

The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
4,000