The Mechanical Bull Returns to Topgolf During National Finals Rodeo, the Puck Drops at Vegas Golden Knights Watch Parties and Entertainment by 4th Ave, Helen Hong and Chris Cope

The Mechanical Bull Returns to Topgolf During National Finals Rodeo, the Puck Drops at Vegas Golden Knights Watch Parties and Entertainment by 4th Ave, Helen Hong and Chris Cope
’Tis the season for holiday fun at Topgolf Las Vegas as they ring in the holidays with fun for the family and live entertainment. The National Finals Rodeo returns and Topgolf is bringing back the mechanical bull for fans to take a spin. Hockey fans can cheer on for our Golden Knights during the Vegas Golden Knights watch parties where guests can win prizes during intermissions (Pictured: 4th Ave – Jayden Gray, Camry Jackson, Mikey Jimenez and Marcus Pendelton). 

This month, Topgolf Laughs brings the hilarious Helen Hong, and Chris Cope in December. Also, The Toyota Yard brings a roster of live performances including 4th Ave, country singer Logan Mize and California transplants Vista Kicks. 


Topgolf is the ultimate Vegas Golden Knights event destination to capture all the highlights during away games. Watch the puck drop on the massive wall screens, win prizes and more. Watch parties are free to the public and open to all ages.

  • Dec. 8 vs. LA Kings – 3 p.m.
  • Jan. 4 vs. Anaheim Ducks – 7 p.m.


Yee-haw! For the second year in a row, Topgolf saddles up for the National Finals Rodeo with nightly viewings on the big screen in The Toyota Yard starting at 7 p.m. each night. Topgolf also brings back the mechanical bull for fans to take a spin and have some rodeo fun. The bull operates starting Thursday, Dec. 6 through Saturday, Dec. 15 from 2-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 3-11 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.


Old St. Nick is stopping by Topgolf! No waiting in line, grab a photo with Santa Claus as he roams the venue and greets all the guests on Saturday, Dec. 8, 15 and 22 from 1 – 4 p.m.


Football season continues at Topgolf with Monday Night Football game viewings inside The Toyota Yard. The viewings are free and open to the public. Guests will have the ultimate viewing experience along with open and comfortable seating and a delicious food and beverage menu. Seating in The Toyota Yard is on a first come, first served basis.

Monday Night Cornhole Tournaments are also continuing during the Monday Night Football game viewings. To register, visit Winning teams will receive prizes such as YETI Coolers, show tickets, VIP Topgolf experiences and more. Registration for the tournaments are free. One registration is valid for a team of two and all participants must be 21 years or older.


Date: Friday, Nov. 23 and Saturday, Nov. 24

Comedian: Helen Hong

Venue: The Birdie Bar

Cost: $15

Time: 9 p.m.

Description: Helen Hong is a comedian, actress and host. She has performed standup on well-known comedy talk shows such as “Last Call with Carson Daly,” “The Arsenio Hall Show,” Wanda Sykes presents: “Herlarious,” “Standup in Stilettos” and the Showtime documentary “Why We Laugh: Funny Women.” Helen has also appeared on “Parks and Recreation,” “Bones,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “New Girl” and “Inside Amy Schumer.” Helen is the sharp and snappy emcee host of the online series “Geek vs. Geek,” a tech debate segment on Helen’s adorable stage presence and lively accounts of her ridiculous dating life and immigrant family have landed her on Huffington Post’s favorite female comedians list.  She was also named by Buzzfeed as one of 18 Comedians Who Could Take Over the Late Show from David Letterman.

Date: Friday, Dec. 28 and Saturday, Dec. 29

Comedian: Chris Cope

Venue: The Birdie Bar

Cost: $15

Time: 9 p.m.

Description: Comedian Chris Cope is a Florida transplant living in Los Angeles. Chris has appeared on “The Jimmy Kimmel Show,” “Laughs on FOX,” “Tosh.O” and “Grey’s Anatomy.” His southern charm isn’t limited to the stage and the screen, he has just released his first full length comedy album White Trash Super Computer which debuted in the Top 10 on and Top 25 on iTunes. Chris has also won the prestigious 2015 Big Sky Comedy Festival and recently appeared as a judge on “Cooking on High” on Warner Bros. Digital and Tosh.O.


Date: Friday, Nov. 16

Artist: The Dirty Filthree Horns

Venue: The Birdie Bar

Cost: FREE

Time: 8 p.m.

Description: The Dirty Filthree Horns are an eight-piece, stone cold, hip as hell, retro soul band that perform strictly high-energy soul music by artists such as Otis Redding, Wilson Picket, The Temptations, Charles Bradley, Sam and Dave and both the Motown and Stax catalogues. Already a success in Las Vegas with residencies at numerous casinos, The Dirty Filthree Horns can’t wait to bring the party!  

Date: Friday, Nov. 30

Artist: The Soul Juice Band

Venue: The Toyota Yard

Cost: FREE

Time: 8 p.m.

Description: The Soul Juice Band is a powerhouse, horn driven soul, funk, rock and jazz band from Las Vegas that performs a dynamic and inspirational show for any audience. The funky B3, heavy guitar and live horns cause people of all ages to get on their feet and move by delivering a groove and sound that is unique in the industry. The band mixes elements of funk, soul, rock, gospel and jazz to give listeners an amazing experience they will never forget.

The Soul Juice Band was proud to be recognized as “The Best Brass Band” in Las Vegas in 2017 by NPR Nevada in the Desert Companion Magazine. The band’s credits include playing at Container Park, Sand Dollar Lounge, Bunkhouse Saloon, The Smith Center, Big Dog’s Brewery, Fremont Street, House of Blues and a six-month residency at Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip. The band has been gaining more notoriety and has opened for national acts such as Niki Crawford and Big Sam’s Funky Nation at the Brooklyn Bowl. The band has become a festival attraction in closing The Pigs For Kids Festival and playing at the Neon Reverb Festival and the UNLV Reb Fest. The band has just released their first single “Brown” on all platforms, and is recording their first album with a release date of January 2019.

The band is made up of gritty lead vocalist Dave Tatlock, keyboardist/band leader David Rogers, guitarist Craig Morgan, bass player Alan Butterfield, drummer Matthew Hughes. The brass section is made up of Lance Aguirre and Isaac Tubb on trumpet, Kevin Mullinax on trombone, Justin Marquis on baritone sax and tenor sax played by Issac Tubb. 

Date: Saturday, Dec. 1

Artist: Logan Mize

Venue: The Toyota Yard

Cost: $15 in advance, $18 day of show

Time: 8 p.m.

Description: Logan Mize is an accomplished country singer/songwriter from Clearwater, Kansas, who has deep musical roots in his family tree. His great uncle was Nilly Mize, largely known for crafting and evolving the legendary Bakersfield sound, which including musical pioneers Merle Haggard and Buck Owens. In 2009, his first self-titled album was released and shortly thereafter, in 2010, Logan signed a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music. In 2012, his second album Nobody in Nashville was released, which peaked at no. 49 on the U.S. country chart. Over the next five years, Logan hit the road and toured the U.S. and U.K., attracting and winning over new fans at every stop along the way. In 2017, his latest album Come Back Home was released and debuted in the top 20 Billboard Country Albums and reached no. 2 on the iTunes Country Charts. Propelled by the album’s popularity, “Ain’t Always Pretty” eclipsed 30 million streams on Spotify this year.

Date: Saturday, Dec. 22

Artist: Vista Kicks

Venue: The Toyota Yard

Cost: FREE

Time: 8 p.m.

Description: Made up of Derek Thomas, Sam Plecker, Trevor Sutton and Nolan Le Vine, Vista Kicks formed in their hometown of Sacramento as “Babe” in 2013. The band self-released three tracks in 2015 and a debut EP, Chasing Waves, in 2016. These tracks have amassed more than 5 million streams on Spotify alone as well as more than 2 million Youtube views. The debut album Booty Shakers Ball was produced and recorded by the band, which marks their growth as songwriters and artists and further refines their “new California sound.” It sits comfortably in the world of alternative radio, but has roots tied deep to the classic artists of the ’60s and ’70s such as The Beatles, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and The Rolling Stones.

Date: Friday, Jan. 18

Artist: 4th Ave with Elle Winter and Aja9 – Initiation Tour 2.0

Venue: The Toyota Yard

Cost: $10 in advance, $12 day of show

Time: 7 p.m.

Description: Also known as 4 A – 4th Ave is an American boy band composed of Jayden Gray, Camry Jackson, Mikey Jimenez and Marcus Pendelton. These four vocalists originate from the American reality television music competition series, “Boy Band.” The show premiered in June 2017 on ABC, with hostess Rita Ora and “architects,” Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, Spice Girls’ Emma Bunton and Timbaland. They premiered their debut single “XOXO” in February of this year and are gearing up for their Initiation Tour 2.0 to begin in 2019.


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