Every night there are live shows. There used to be two main places that the legendary Veas entertainers performed at: the Big Room or the lounge. Today there are numerous Las Vegas concert venues like the Hard Rock Hotel’s The Joint and the Pearl inside the Palms, in addition to amphitheaters, arenas and occasionally a cocktail lounge as well.
On any given night, you can get front row seats to see some of the legendary Las Vegas music perform. Celine has returned to Caesars Palace and Donny & Marie are headlining at the Flamingo. Matt Goss is fast becoming a staple in the city, while performing classic Vegas standards along with his own hit songs. Even American Idol winners headline in Las Vegas.
The shows on the Strip offer music ranging from well-known classics that you have loved for many years to some strange tunes that you have a hard time even imagining. The Cirque du Soleil is known for its high-flying acrobatics. However, there are live music spectaculars as well. If you love Frankie Valli, then check out Jersey Boys. You will be singing the hit songs all night long after seeing this Broadway spectacular.
Check out the schedules for our hottest venues. Mandalay Bay’s the House of Blues offers a casual menu and up-close seating for its intimate shows. The Joint and Vinyl at the Palms are just as intimate. Nosebleed seats are nonexistent here. You are within sweat-dripping distance of today’s hottest touring acts. MGM Grand Garden Arena is a must-stop massive event for headliners. Or head downtown for a change of pace to the Smith Center for the Performing Arts for more popular Broadway touring shows and classic fare.