Las Vegas Concerts
We do it live, every night. Legendary Vegas entertainers once haunted two places: the lounge or the Big Room. These days, you'll find Las Vegas concert venues like the Pearl at the Palms and The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel; plus arenas, amphitheaters and yes, the occasional cocktail lounge, which is music to just about anyone's ears. more...On any given night, you can sit front row to witness Las Vegas music legends in action. Donny & Marie headline at the Flamingo and Celine's back at Caesars Palace. Matt Goss is quickly becoming a staple himself, performing his own hits and the classic Vegas standards. You can even catch American Idol winners headlining in Vegas.The shows that headline the Strip offer music from the classics you love to some strange things you can't yet imagine. You know the Cirque du Soleil shows for their high-flying acrobatics, but they're also live music spectaculars. If Frankie Valli is your thing, try Jersey Boys, the Broadway spectacular that leaves audiences singing their hits all night long. If it's superstars you're looking to see, the Las Vegas live music scene is unrivaled. The biggest stars in the world make sure to stop for concerts in Las Vegas. From Nicki Minaj to Lady Gaga to Ne-Yo, they're all making space in their schedules for the hottest party city on the planet. And if they can make the time, can't you?Check the schedules at our hottest venues. The House of Blues at Mandalay Bay offers up-close seating and a casual menu for intimate shows. Palms' The Joint and Vinyl are equally as intimate. There are no nosebleed seats here. You're just a sweat-dripping distance from the hottest acts on tour today. MGM Grand Garden Arena is a huge, happening, must-stop for headliners. Or, for a change of pace, head to the The Smith Center for the Performing Arts downtown for more classic fare and popular Broadway touring shows.
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