LAS VEGAS - DECEMBER 11: The newly-redesigned volcano attraction in front of The Mirage Hotel & Casino erupts December 11, 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The $25-million renovation features 150 choreographed FireShooters sending fireballs more than 12 feet in the air and a custom soundtrack created by Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart and Indian tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for MGM Mirage)

Hard Rock International recently purchased The Mirage Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and plans to tear down the beloved Volcano in order to erect a massive guitar-shaped hotel. The Volcano show features a free display of flashing lights, water, and fire synchronized to music.

Some tourists, as well as locals, want the Volcano to stay and have started a petition in order to save the iconic piece of Las Vegas (see below).

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MGM Resorts International announced last week its intention to sell The Mirage Las Vegas to Hard Rock International, and the prospective buyer announced in the Las Vegas Review-Journal its intention to "demolish" the entire front of The Mirage property, including the iconic 30-year-old Volcano show, both which attract 100s of people five times every night along Las Vegas Blvd.

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