In 1976, the Sand Dollar Blues Bar opened its doors, and almost instantly became one of Las Vegas' most iconic bars. Some of the greatest blues legends, as well as many other famous musicians graced the stage for over 30 years. People like Muddy Waters, B.B. King, and even Mick Jagger would swing into the Sand Dollar when they were in Vegas.
In 2007, the Sand Dollar closed it's doors, but the ghosts in the bar would not die. It was resurrected in 2009, the spirit of live music in Las Vegas unwilling to fade away.
Honoring the tradition and history of the iconic Las Vegas venue, it is now The Sand Dollar Lounge.