Lady Gaga in "Enigma" — Photo courtesy of Lois Alter Mark
The first person to be nominated for Best Actress and Best Original Song in the same year, Lady Gaga is making history at the Oscars for A Star Is Born.
At the same time, a star has been born in Las Vegas, where she's also making history as the first performer to have a residency that consists of two different shows. "Enigma" is her pop-rock show, and "Jazz and Piano" is exactly what it says.
There are a million reasons to see both shows and, while you're in Las Vegas, experience the city through her songs.
Using the set list from "Enigma," here are 10 ways to get your Gaga on even if you weren't born that way.
"You and I"
The "Til Death Do Us Part" wedding chapel at Palms Casino Resort — Photo courtesy of Denise Truscello
When your decision to tie the knot is as simple as black and white, head to the jaw-dropping "Til Death Do Us Part" wedding chapel at the Palms Casino Resort to make it official.
Created by graphic artist Joshua Vides, who's renowned for his signature black and white installations (and sneaker designs), the 800-square-foot space is one of the most Instagrammable spots in the city. All the hearts you receive on your photos will be the start of your happily ever after.
Chef Roy Choi and Katy Perry at Best Friend — Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International
"Best Friend is a remixed and remastered collection of the evolution of our Los Angeles its food, its music, its culture," says chef Roy Choi about his restaurant at Park MGM.
With its LA roots and its proximity to Lady Gaga's shows at the Park Theater, Best Friend has quickly become a favorite of celebrities. It's a great place for star-gazing and for eating seriously amazing Korean food.
On The Record at Park MGM — Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International
A love letter to record stores, On The Record is Park MGM's speakeasy and club experience. Created by twins Jonnie and Mark Houston, who are known for bringing the night to life in unique venues, it's hidden behind a record store entrance off the main casino floor.
There's a double-decker bus serving as a DJ booth, along with live bands and choreographed shows. And, with three rooms, there's plenty of space for dancing the night away.
Le Rêve - The Dream at Wynn Las Vegas — Photo courtesy of Tomasz Rossa
Voted "Best Production Show" in Las Vegas for an unprecedented eight consecutive years, "Le Reve The Dream," at Wynn Las Vegas, is set in a 1.1 million-gallon aqua theater-in-the-round and is filled with thrilling acrobatics.
For an even deeper adventure, the Diver's Dream package lets you dive during a live show, experiencing it all from underwater and literally immersing yourself in the production.
Park Theater at Park MGM — Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International
Lady Gaga's not the only one who's made her Las Vegas home at the Park Theater at Park MGM. Cher, Bruno Mars and Aerosmith will also be headlining here, and it's no wonder.
With 5,200 seats the furthest is only 145 feet from the stage there's a real intimacy to seeing a show here. And that's definitely worth clapping for.
Stay in the hotel suite of your dreams at The Palms
Stay in the hotel suite of your dreams at The Palms
"The Edge of Glory"
Skybar at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas — Photo courtesy of Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
Skybar, on the 23rd floor of Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, serves up signature cocktails, local and craft beers, wines, spirits and an eclectic menu of sweet and savory bites from Belly Buns to Crème De La Crème. All of it is accompanied by breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Grab a seat by the floor-to-ceiling windows, and you'll feel like you're on top of the world.
CATCH at ARIA Resort & Casino — Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International
CATCH at ARIA Resort & Casino is the place to see and be seen. Over-the-top seafood and sushi combination towers, decadent desserts and creative cocktails attract A-listers and make everyone else feel like they are, too.
Walk through the photo-friendly 80-foot-long tunnel-like pergola, and fall in love with the food, the decor and each other.
Sahra Spa & Hammam at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas — Photo courtesy of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Inspired by the desert and all its complexity and contrasts, Sahra Spa & Hammam at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas offers unique experiences to indulge body and soul.
You'll feel relaxed as soon as you enter Sahra's modern homage to the centuries-old Hammam, where you can soak, steam or bask on the heated motherstone. Indulge in treatments from baths to facials to rituals with a Moroccan flavor. By the time you leave, you'll be glowing.
Julian Serrano Tapas at ARIA Resort & Casino — Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International
The award-winning Julian Serrano Tapas at ARIA Resort & Casino is known for small plates with big flavors.
Interpreting his native Spanish fare with palate-pleasing surprises, Chef Serrano, himself, is a two-time winner of the prestigious James Beard Foundation Award. Come with a group so you have a good excuse for ordering more plates "to share."
"Dance in the Dark"
JEWEL Nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino — Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International
JEWEL, a nightlife experience at ARIA Resort & Casino, has an innovative ambience that will have everyone on their feet.
With more than 24,000 square feet of precisely-designed space, the spotlight is on the joy of being out together, eating, drinking and dancing to music provided by world-class DJs or live performers. JEWEL is a gem.