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Top 13 Las Vegas Karaoke Bars (Revealed!)

Ahh, Vegas. One of the greatest adult playgrounds in existence. So many fun things to do, so little time. Whether it’s seeing a world-famous Vegas show, hitting the casinos, or dancing the night away at one of the popular nightclubs, you’ll have the time of your life hanging out in Las Vegas.

However, if you’re the adventurous type you may want to grab a mic, hit the stage, and sing your heart out in front of a room full of supportive strangers at one of Sin City’s many karaoke bars. If that sounds like fun, then you’ll definitely want to know which karaoke bars are the best in town.

The top 13 Las Vegas karaoke bars are:

  • KAMU Ultra Karaoke
  • J Karaoke
  • Vince Neil’s Tatuado
  • Piano Bar at Harrah’s
  • Karaoke Q Studio
  • Rockhouse
  • Jackpot Bar & Grill
  • GoGo Karaoke Las Vegas
  • FreeZone
  • Don’t Tell Mama
  • Crown & Anchor
  • Dino’s
  • Ellis Island
  • Cat’s Meow

In Vegas, you have a ton of choices when it comes to where you get on stage to belt out a tune, but each Las Vegas karaoke bar has its own unique style and personality. So, I want to make sure you have the facts to make the best choice of karaoke bars for you.

The 13 Best Karaoke Bars in Las Vegas To Belt Out a Tune

1. KAMU Ultra Karaoke (On Strip)

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One of the coolest karaoke spots in Las Vegas, Kamu Ultra Karaoke offers several themed, private rooms where you can host your own karaoke party with up to 15 of your friends. Each soundproofed suite is decorated in an over-the-top style and loaded with the best sound equipment money can buy.

Check out KAMU Ultra Karaoke. It’s the hottest private nightclub in Vegas!

This is a hot location for birthdays, bachelor and bachelorette parties, wedding receptions, or any type of celebration you can imagine.

In addition to belting out some tunes, guests can order from an extraordinary food and drink menu, plus they also offer bottle service. So, is it a bar, a karaoke studio, or a nightclub? It’s all of those things and a whole lot more!

Open nightly until 5 or 6 AM depending on the day. It’s karaoke Las Vegas Strip style!

You’ll find Kamu Ultra Karaoke in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian (google maps).

2. J Karaoke Bar (Off Strip)

If you’d like to forgo the private room and belt out your tunes in front of a bigger audience, then you’ll want to visit J Karaoke. This chill Asian-American-style karaoke bar is a great place to hang out with your friends as well as make some new ones.

J Karaoke has lots of songs to choose from and non-stop drinks and food to keep you going all night long. They are open nightly from 8 PM until 4 or 5 AM each morning.

J Karaoke is located not far from the Strip at 3899 Spring Mountain Road (google maps).

3. Vince Neil’s Tatuado (Off Strip)

Created by none other than the lead singer of the legendary band Mötley Crüe, Vince Neil’s Tatuado provides an amazing overall experience. With the added excitement of karaoke, the establishment boasts great food, good times, and awesome music.

Does Vince Neils Tatuado look like fun or what!?

Serving to recreate popular Los Angeles hotspots like Whiskey-A-Go-Go, Neil’s place offers a wide variety of drink specials, happy hour selections, and great culinary choices as well. With tons of memorabilia from Vince’s musical endeavors, it definitely has that Rock & Roll vibe, and rightly so.

You can get your karaoke on 7 nights a week at Vince Neil’s Tatuado restaurant, so whether you’ve planned ahead of time or want to spontaneously head over to jump on stage, they have got you covered. It’s always a party at Tatuado!

Located at 360 E Tropicana (google maps)

4. Piano Bar at Harrah’s (On Strip)

The Piano Bar at Harrah’s has a very unique setup that is thrilling to behold. Identical twin sisters Kim and Tamara Pinegar play dueling pianos nightly at 9 pm. Who knows? Maybe you can convince them to back you up while you get up on stage and sing a song of your own.

And for those seeking a more traditional style karaoke on the Strip experience, Rusty’s All-Star Karaoke will take care of your every karaoke need. Every Wednesday through Sunday from 6 pm to 9 pm, Rusty has the tunes that will get you excited about being up on stage singing to your audience.

Map and directions to the Piano Bar here (google maps)

5. Karaoke Q Studio (Off-Strip)

Karaoke Q Studio is a contemporary Korean karaoke bar that offers private rooms for you and your friends. The private karaoke rooms are available in different sizes so no matter how many are in your party, there’s a room for you. (Most rooms accommodate groups of between 5 – 8, with the VIP room handling up to 22)

This is one of the least expensive private karaoke spots you will find in Las Vegas with private rooms starting for as little as $20 an hour during late night and just $10 during happy hour. Be sure to take advantage of the abundant drink and food menu items as well.

The staff is very friendly, so no matter if it’s your first time in a karaoke bar or you’re a seasoned pro, you’ll have all the help you need queuing up songs.

Karaoke Q is an all-ages venue so it’s a top choice for those under 21. You can just walk-in but reservations are a good idea as you never know if it will be busy or not.

Karaoke Q is located at 3400 S Jones Blvd (google maps)

6. Rockhouse (On Strip)

At Rockhouse, you will be hanging out at a place known for tons of entertaining music and plenty of fun times. Known as one of the best live music venues on the Las Vegas Strip, you can have a great time as a spectator or, even better, get up on stage with the band to have a unique karaoke experience.

A night of karaoke on the Strip with an actual live band is an awesome time, giving you the unique experience of jamming out with a real band to your favorite songs.

Check out a karaoke singer at Rockhouse.

Having a sound system that makes others pale in comparison, Rockhouse has pulled out all the stops to create an atmosphere that isn’t only fun but sounds amazing. The music and vocals are crystal clear and patrons love frequenting this hotspot for the music and live band karaoke experience in Las Vegas.

Rockhouse can be found inside the Grand Canal Shoppes on the Strip (google maps)

7. Jackpot Bar & Grill (Off Strip)

This monthly event gives participants a bit more of a… risqué karaoke experience. Being that it’s Vegas, anything goes. Well, almost anything. At Jackpot Bar & Grill, every second Monday of each month at 9 pm is XXX Karaoke night (this is a Meetup.com group).

Get up on stage and sing with some of your favorites from the adult entertainment industry at Jackpot. For a unique, one-of-a-kind experience, join this group of fun-loving individuals from the adult industry who want nothing more than to ramp up the excitement with you on-stage as you sing your favorite tune and embrace the experience. This is the most fun you’ve ever had with your clothes on 🙂

The Jackpot Bar & Grill is at 4485 S Jones Blvd. (google maps)

8. GoGo Karaoke (Off Strip)

If you like the idea of singing karaoke in a private room, and want something cool but a little more down to earth then you’ll want to check out GoGo Karaoke. They offer different sized rooms that can accommodate anywhere between 6 and 30 people.

Each private room features a state-of-the-art karaoke sound system that supports up to eleven different languages and the rates for a private room is quite affordable. GoGo Karaoke offers a full menu full of Asian delights as well as a complete drink menu.

GoGo Karaoke is located off the Strip at 4450 S Maryland Parkway (google maps) and is open daily until 5 AM.

Do the bars ever close in Las Vegas? Find out in our article here.

9. FreeZone (Off Strip)

I truly love all the unique options when it comes to karaoke in Vegas. You really can find exactly what you’re looking for. At FreeZone, you have an LGBTQ establishment with a fun, carefree vibe that will leave you feeling right at home as soon as you walk in the door.

Located in an area of Vegas called the “Fruit Loop” (their words, not mine) FreeZone has karaoke every Monday and Tuesday night at 9 pm. Since 1996, FreeZone has established an experience that has been mentioned in local and national magazines, as well as on tons of websites. And why shouldn’t they? Their karaoke offerings can be enjoyed by both locals and tourists alike.

Head to FreeZone at 610 E Naples Dr. (google maps)

10. Don’t Tell Mama (Downtown)

Billing itself as the best piano bar in all of Las Vegas, Don’t Tell Mama certainly gives similar establishments a run for their money. Channeling a New York feel, this little establishment creates an environment that truly feels as though you’ve walked into a New York City piano bar.

Don’t Tell Mama karaoke piano bar.

Having the best piano players in Vegas is only one of the ways in which Don’t Tell Mama brings in excited customers. Every night at 8 pm you can get a karaoke experience that is certainly a deviation from the norm.

You can either make a request with the night’s piano player so they can accompany you on the open mic, or bring your own music and take control of the room with your skills.

The servers, bartenders, and staff members are all up-and-coming singers who can keep the stage warm for you until you’re ready to jump up there and do your thing.

Don’t Tell Mama is located at 450 E Fremont Street (google maps)

11. Crown and Anchor (Off Strip)

Once again, I find myself talking about a karaoke bar with a unique twist. The Crown and Anchor is a Las Vegas, British-themed pub that’s pulled out all the stops to truly create the feel of an authentic English pub. From the food, beer, and drink items to the interior look and feel, Crown and Anchor have served many patrons from around the world looking for that familiar pub feel.

And since we’re talking about karaoke, don’t worry, they’ve got you covered. Every Wednesday night at 10 pm is when the karaoke fun begins. Singing your favorite songs by bands like The Clash or artists like David Bowie is perfectly acceptable at Crown and Anchor. Your audience will thank you!

Map and directions to Crown and Anchor here, 2 locations (location 1 & location 2)

12. Dino’s (On Strip)

Dino’s Lounge is a special venue in Las Vegas. It has been around for a lot of years. Since the ’50s, Dino’s has been giving locals and visitors alike great times, awesome food, a variety of drinks, and of course, karaoke. For 18 years, karaoke was hosted by the legendary Danny G. He chose to pass the torch in favor of his own venture back in 2018, but the karaoke has not stopped.

Find yourself in one of Vegas’ longtime establishments, and fun times will ensue, including the karaoke experience that takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night at 10 pm. Three nights to choose from to sing your heart out and scratch that karaoke itch that’s been bugging you lately. Dino’s Lounge also has pool tables and drink specials too!

Head over to Dino’s at 1516 S Las Vegas Boulevard (google maps)

karaoke microphone on stage

13. Ellis Island (Off Strip)

And for lucky number 13, we have the one and only Ellis Island Casino. For over 50 years, Ellis Island has provided patrons with a blended experience of a brewery and casino just a block away from the Vegas Strip. The wide variety of different beers and drinks creates a special experience matched by the great food selection.

And when it comes to karaoke? Seven nights a week. It doesn’t matter what day you decide you feel like getting up on stage and singing, at Ellis Island you can go any night of the week that you feel like getting your sing on. Named Las Vegas’ number one karaoke lounge, you cannot go wrong if you head to Ellis Island.

Map and directions to Ellis Island at 4250 Koval Ln. (google maps)

Bonus: Cat’s Meow Karaoke Club (Downtown)

There are so many great Las Vegas karaoke locations that I couldn’t let you go without giving you just one more!

The Cat’s Meow differentiates itself by being a Las Vegas karaoke “club”. The Cat’s Meow features a live Emcee and a full-sized stage where people can perform their songs individually or bring along a supporting cast of dancers, backup singers, and/or band members.

In between each karaoke song, the Emcee takes the stage for a 3-minute song and dance party. Not sure what any of this means, then check out the video below to get a taste of the action. It’s kind of a karaoke free for all.

A wild night of karaoke at the Cat’s Meow in downtown Las Vegas.

You’ll find Cat’s Meow downtown at Neonopolis on 450 E Fremont Street (google maps)

Las Vegas Karaoke Bar Map

If somehow that’s not enough karaoke venues for you, I’ve included a Las Vegas karaoke map below. From the map you can see that Las Vegas is a very karaoke-friendly town. Zoom in to look for karaoke on the Strip or scroll around to see the best karaoke Las Vegas has to offer.

Las Vegas Karaoke Bars – Wrap Up

And there we have it, the top thirteen best Las Vegas karaoke bars. With all the unique bar themes to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect spot to give you the Vegas karaoke experience of your dreams.

Download our free map of the Las Vegas Strip here.

Wendy Mullennix

My name is Wendy Mullennix. I love travel & travel, in that order :) I'm also a Las Vegas local. I enjoy exploring this crazy city with my hubby and riding fat tire bikes in the desert.

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