Upcoming Events in Las Vegas
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means the biggest party night of the year is days away: Thanksgiving Eve. November and December are busy months in Las Vegas with a lot of events leading up to Christmas and New Years Eve. Concerts, shows, performances are all occurring throughout the next month.
Some people like to Christmas shop on black Friday. Another option to save you from spending too much on retail therapy can be to go see Justin Timberlake at the MGM grand garden arena. Starting at 8 pm, Timberlake will be performing his hits like “Mirrors,” “Suit and Tie,” “Not a Bad Thing” and of course a Timberlake concert wouldn’t be complete without “SexyBack.” Ticket prices are starting at $64.21 on Stubhub.
If you’re not a fan of Justin Timberlake, Usher will be in town a couple of days earlier. On November 22nd Usher is playing the MGM grand garden arena. The soulful R&B pop star will be bringing his electrifying dance moves and greatest hits to the stage with opening act August Alsina. Ticket prices begin at $77.05 on Stubhub, but you can’t put a dollar sign on Usher’s dance moves.
Maybe pop stars and R&B tunes are not your groove, and that’s fine. Andrea Bocelli is also playing the MGM Grand Garden Arena. He brings his incredible lyrics and beautiful voice for your listening pleasure December 6th. There is no opening act so you will be in for an extended set list of opera style beauty from Mr. Bocelli.
Perhaps you prefer comedy shows over concerts. That’s cool, who doesn’t like to laugh? There are plenty of comedians visiting town that you can choose to see. Ron White will be performing at the Mirage Hotel and Casino December 5th. The comedian’s set begins at 10 pm and the event is an 18 and older event. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied with a parent or guardian. Ticket prices for this event begin at $84.44 on Ticketmaster.
There are plenty of performances to catch in town. The traveling ensemble of the Broadway smash Rock of Ages will be in town as it hits its final run before closing in January. The jukebox musical tells a love story to the tunes of Poison, Twisted Sister, Pat Benetar and Journey. All of the sing-alongs from the 1980’s are included and it will leave you in a state of euphoria. It is recommended for anybody who likes good music, good performances, and good laughs.