Las Vegas. America’s most entertaining, gilded playground. Where adults can consume some of the best culture, cuisine, and accommodations the world has to offer. Casinos, buffets, the famous Vegas Strip which never fails to take your breath away. There is simply no place that quite compares to Las Vegas’ appeal.
Not to mention: The Concerts. Each year, Las Vegas ups its game when it comes to live music entertainment. With new venues popping up often, Las Vegas continues to draw the world’s most famed performers to its stages. Because it can be difficult to keep up with all the artists scheduled to hit Vegas’ stages, we thought to create Your Las Vegas Concert Calendar, a comprehensive guide to The Best Shows in Las Vegas.
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- 1 Biggest Headliners On The Strip
- 2 MGM Grand Garden Arena
- 3 T-Mobile Arena
- 4 Mandalay Bay
- 5 The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
- 6 Encore theatre at Wynn Las Vegas
- 7 House of Blues: Las Vegas
- 8 Zappos theater at PLanet Hollywood
- 9 Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace
- 10 NoMad Las Vegas
- 11 Donny & Marie Showroom at the Flamingo
Biggest Headliners On The Strip
Here, you have the biggest headlining performers on the strip—most of which are taking the stage at the Park Theater at Park MGM. The indoor amphitheater has only been around for three years, but has managed to snag some incredibly famous talent for their concert calendar. Fans can find Park Theater at Park MGM situated adjacent to the T-Mobile Arena and Toshiba Plaza.
Lady Gaga: Oct. 17 – May 16, 2020
Don’t think of this residency as a last stop for Lady Gaga. Instead, travel to Vegas to witness the sheer majesty of “Enigma” and “Jazz & Piano.” Because it seems that Lady Gaga and her Little Monsters have never found a more eccentric, joyous, and fabulously suitable home than the Vegas Strip. “Gaga in Vegas” will forever be known as one of this decade’s shining moments. Fans—especially those Little Monsters out there—must head to Park MGM this year, through May 2020.
Aerosmith: Oct. 8 – June 4, 2020
Christina Aguilera: Dec. 27 – March 6, 2020
Jason Aldean: Dec. 6 – 8
Madonna: Nov. 7 – 10
Guns N’ Roses: Nov. 1 – 2
MGM Grand Garden Arena
Located within MGM Grand Las Vegas, the Garden Arena has hosted hundreds of star performers and athletes in its 22 years of existence. Seating over 16,000 for each event, the Garden Arena at MGM Grand Las Vegas is a must when you’re vacationing in Sin City.
Jonas Brothers: Oct. 18
Jimmy Buffet: Oct. 19
Twenty One Pilots: Oct. 30
Latin Grammy Awards: Nov. 14
Slayer: Nov. 27
Andrea Bocelli: Dec. 7
Ariana Grande: Dec. 15
Just a couple months out from “thank u, next/Sweetener” Tour wrapping up, we are assured that Ariana Grande is gearing up for a huge show at the Garden Arena. She may have ditched her ponytail, but Grande remains one the decade’s most influential and beloved pop icons. If you haven’t already, we suggest celebrating with Grande on this tour which honors her best albums to date.
T-Mobile Arena. Now home to the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights, the multi-purpose indoor arena is also host to a number of concerts each year. Flanked by lighted statues and bubbling fountains, T-Mobile Arena is more than just a concert venue: It’s a sight to behold.
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Oct. 18
Phil Collins: Oct. 19
Fleetwood Mac: Nov. 16
George Strait: Dec. 6 – 7 & Jan. 31 – Feb. 1, 2020
One of country music’s legends George Strait has now extended his “Strait to Vegas” residency into its fifth year. In 2019, Strait released the No. 1 album Honky Tonk Time Machine, in addition to touring minimally in the states. For years now, Vegas has been the absolute best place to see George Strait. Don’t miss out on these newly added shows, as they could be his last on the Strip.
The 43-story luxury resort located on the south end of the Strip continues to be one of the most sought-after stays in Vegas. Fortified with an 11-acre beach/pool complex with a lazy river, wave pool, and shark aquarium, the Mandalay Bay luxury resort has live shows on its premises, as well. Here are this year’s offerings.
Sara Bareilles: Nov. 1
Bad Bunny: Nov. 16
Maroon 5: Dec. 30 – 31
Los Temerarios: Feb. 15, 2020
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
The legendary Colosseum, the main live entertainment venue of Caesars Palace. Deemed Home of the Greatest Entertainers in the World, the Colosseum has been made famous by its legendary residencies. Though inspired by its Roman counterpart, the Colosseum continues to modernize as it accommodates some of the best live shows in the world.
Joe Bonamassa: Oct. 27
Jeff Dunham: Nov. 3
Jerry Seinfeld: Nov. 15 – 16
Mariah Carey, All I Want for Christmas Is You: Nov. 22 – 30
The Queen of Christmas will reign once again, as Mariah Carey takes her “All I Want For Christmas Is You” Tour across the nation this Fall and Winter. Scheduled to be the only holiday themed tour to hit Vegas this year, Carey’s weeklong residency will undoubtedly be one of glamorous, red-and-green throne proportions.
Journey: Oct. 9 – Dec. 31
Rod Stewart: March 6 – Oct. 3, 2020
Encore theatre at Wynn Las Vegas
One of the smaller venues at Las Vegas offers up its own set of appeal. With comfortable chairs and great views, the Encore Theatre at the Wynn boasts a more intimate live show experience. Fans can be assured that there isn’t a bad seat in the house. Not to mention, the Encore Theatre is rumored to have the best onsite bar over all of the Las Vegas theaters.
Sebastian Maniscalco: Oct. 12 – 13
John Cleese: Nov. 1 – 2
John Fogerty: Nov. 6 – 16
The former lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist of Creedence Clearwater Revival will be wrapping up his “My 50 Year Trip” Tour in Vegas this Fall. Backed by a 9-piece band, Fogerty is said to bring the nostalgia and the not-so-gentle reminders that he is still one of the world’s leading rock musicians.
Jim Gaffigan: Dec. 5
Dwight Yoakam & The Bakersfield Beat: Dec. 4 – March 7, 2020
Chris Isaak: Dec. 20 – 21
House of Blues: Las Vegas
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, inside of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, is the storied House of Blues. More intimate than some of the other venues on the Strip, the House of Blues continues to host America’s most beloved talent. Go for the shows, and stay for the food, as the House of Blues’ southern-inspired kitchen never disappoints.
Sum 41: Oct. 16
Christian Nodal: Oct. 25
Yelawolf: Oct. 26
Santana: Oct. 30 – Nov. 10 ; Jan. 22 – May 24, 2020
Time and time again, there is a musical sage who reminds us that age is but a number. Santana has decided to spend much of his 72nd year at Vegas’ legendary House of Blues, a setting perfectly sized venue for “An Intimate Evening with Santana.” Don’t miss out on becoming one of the lucky audience members to witness one of this century’s most iconic guitarists. Even now, Santana is one of the best acts fan can catch live.
Sabrina Claudio: Nov. 7
Aly & AJ: Nov. 30
Hanson: Dec. 3
The three brothers who make up the timeless band Hanson have decided to go on tour, beginning at the end of November. The “Wintry Mix” Tour will bring Hanson to their nationwide audiences to perform a mix of Christmas and holiday songs, in addition to a few of their own classics. “This is an exciting time for the band, with new music around the corner and more than 25-years of music behind us,” said Taylor Hanson in a statement to Billboard. Zac Hanson added, “this tour is a collision of worlds with Christmas classics and a taste of brand new music, making for an uncommon but awesome mix.”
Snoop Dogg: Dec. 10
DJ Quik: Dec. 27
Zappos theater at PLanet Hollywood
The modern marvel venue located in Miracle Mile hosts a wide-range of fame each year. Most artists who perform at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood stay for multiple dates, making this venue the home to some legendary residencies.
Gwen Stefani: Oct. 11 – May 16, 2020
From the early success of her punk/ska band No Doubt, to her illustrious solo career which produced the singles “Hollaback Girl.” “Luxurious,” and “Rich GIrl,” starlet Gwen Stefani has now enjoyed decades of fame. Always destined for the limelight, Stefani continues to deliver her “Just A Girl” show at Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood. Catch Stefani on the Strip this year, into May of 2020.
Florida Georgia Line: Nov. 6 – 12
Shania Twain: Dec. 6 – June 6, 2020
Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace
The Colosseum isn’t the only place to catch live music at Caesars Palace. Cleopatra’s Barge is an ornate, Egyptian-styled vessel offering live music, full bar, and dancing. Though much smaller and lesser-known, Cleopatra’s Barge draws talented performers of their own ilk each year.
An Evening With Dionne Warwick: Oct. 10 – Nov. 24 ; Jan. 16 – March 1, 2020
Wayne Newton: Oct. 8 – Dec. 4 ; Dec. 9 – 30
NoMad Las Vegas
Heralded as a “slice of serenity on the Las Vegas strip”, the NoMad is also a genuine venue for live performers. Though new to the scene and still developing their concert calendar, we are expecting a longer season of performers in the NoMad’s immediate, upcoming years.
Brian Newman: Oct. 17 – Nov. 9 ; Dec. 28 – 30
Donny & Marie Showroom at the Flamingo
Located in the famous Flamingo Hotel, the Donny & Marie Showroom is one of the last of its kind. The duo’s legendary variety show has been up at the Showroom for over ten years now. Don’t miss your chance to see what brought this venue its acclaim before Donny & Marie draw the curtain this November.
Donny & Marie Osmond: Through Nov. 16
It’s finally happening. Donny & Marie Osmond are closing their 11 year run at the Flamingo, putting an end to a legendary mainstay on the Vegas Strip. The acclaimed variety show has managed to stay fresh and captivate audiences, as there is no denying the talent and chemistry shared by the Osmonds. Though retiring their show, both Donny and Marie are expected to continue their individual singing pursuits on and off the Strip in the coming years.
Paula Abdul: Oct. 22 – Jan. 4, 2020
Hari Kondabolu: Dec. 14