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LAS VEGAS CONCERTS
In Las Vegas, entertainment is king. Casinos, theme parks, resorts, festivals, shopping centers and other attractions all contribute to the reputed entertainment industry. Yet, the star of Las Vegas is the shows. Every day, dozens of acts line the strip, popping up in every venue space imaginable. Although dance, theater, and acrobatic shows attract much of the spotlight, the concerts in Vegas are excellent and arguably underrated. Read below for a preview into what Las Vegas concerts bring to the table.
Vegas was established as a city of railroad intersections where workers gambled, but it became the bombshell, over-the-top entertainment pinnacle known and loved today after the formation of the Hoover Dam. At that point, showgirl performances and casino gambling took off. However, it wasn’t until the golden age of the city that music became a focal point, rather than an accompaniment, in the entertainment scene. This became possible through the promotion of performers such as Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Wayne Newton and more.
Over the years, many big-names in music have performed there, such Cher, Liberace, Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Elton John, Olivia Newton-John, Mariah Carey and Lady Gaga. Covering tons of popular genres, what continues to unify Las Vegas concerts are their dedication to world-class performance excellence. These aren’t singers quietly strumming and singing on stage; they are vivid, enigmatic performers sharing their awe-inspiring talents with crowds. For a musician to have a longstanding show on the Vegas Strip, they need to love performance, and this passion definitely shines through. Recent singer-musician performances include Celine Dion, Christina Aguilera, James Taylor and Pitbull.
Not everyone traveling to Las Vegas can afford to stay at the trendiest or most luxurious hotels. Fortunately, many of Vegas’ high-end hotels offer a more accessible way to experience the grandeur and glamour of the city in their performance venues. For example, Drai’s Beach Club’s 5,000 square feet of LED screen and capacity for 4,000 guests is accessed on the 11th floor rooftop of the Cromwell Hotel. Likewise, The Barrymore of the Royal Resort hotel lets guests experience old school, vintage Vegas charm in its décor and ambiance. Of course, more iconic hotel-venue combos include Luxor Hotel & Casino, Circus Circus Hotel & Casino—check out the unforgettable Adventuredome—and MGM Grand. If you’re lucky enough to book a room, extravagant venues and knock-out performances will be only steps away. But, if you’re on a more frugal exploration, the shows concerts held in these hotels will be a fun, fabulous experience without the costly night-by-night price tag of top venues.
No trip to Las Vegas is complete without attending some shows, and concerts are a great choice. Purchase your tickets and start planning that get away today.