Exploding several times nightly in front of the Mirage casino, this Polynesian waterfall volcano is bigger and better than ever, thanks to a recent $25 million renovation. Fireballs shooting into the air, smoke effects floating over the misty lagoon and the rumbling of the faux volcano itself are enough to make passing traffic grind to a halt when the show begins. Listen for the drumbeats of Grateful Dead member Mickey Hart and India tabla player Zakir Hussain. The show lasts fewer than five minutes, so don’t show up late! Get the best views by standing out front on Las Vegas Boulevard on the Strip.