Best Las Vegas Shows And Entertainment

Las Vegas is the premier destination for the hottest concerts, shows and events, along with the biggest names in entertainment. 

Whether you’re a fan of production shows, comedy acts, tribute concerts or special events, purchase your Las Vegas show tickets and get ready for an exciting evening with these Las Vegas shows.


Located inside Caesars Palace, The Colosseum holds headlining Las Vegas concerts throughout the year, including Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Rod Stewart and Elton John. Shows play seasonally, so make sure to plan ahead and catch your favorite acts. View more Caesars Palace shows in Las Vegas.

Start the party early with Jeff Civillico at The LINQ Hotel and Casino, where he juggles everything from bowling balls to chainsaws on fire! 

“Absinthe” at Caesars Palace is another whimsical Las Vegas show experience, combining circus acts, burlesque and many more surprises. 

If you want to tap into your naughty side, these sizzling Las Vegas adult shows bring the heat. Watch as the striking, beautiful ladies of “X Burlesque” reveal their enticing moves at the Flamingo. For a rock ‘n roll burlesque experience, “X Rocks” at the Rio pairs your favorite rock songs with sexy dance numbers.

For a wild Vegas night, ladies can check out the fun, flirty moves of Rio’s “Chippendales.” Fans of Old Vegas and showgirls will want to see “Jubilee” at Bally’s, the Strip’s longest-running show.

Even if you brought the kids, “Mac King Comedy Show” is a family-friendly Las Vegas show that’s suitable for everyone. See the charming magician perform unforgettable tricks (like making goldfish disappear and reappear!) in this afternoon show.

Another family-friendly Vegas show is the popular “Legends in Concert” at the Flamingo. Paying tribute to legendary musicians from yesterday and today, this Las Vegas show will have you singing and ultimately dancing out of your seat. Donny & Marie fans can watch the dynamic duo sing their hits through the ages at the Flamingo. 

For more tribute acts, fans of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons will love “Jersey Boys” at Paris Las Vegas.

Learn more about some of the biggest shows in Las Vegas history, and discover the current acts and performances that are becoming new Vegas legends.

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  • Show

    Aretha Franklin

    "Queen of Soul” and one of the most influential and important voices in the history of pop music, Aretha Franklin will be bringing her great diva classics to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Friday, Aug. 14 at 8 p.m.

  • Nightlife

    Omnia Nightclub

    Experience today's most well-known headliners at the newest nightlife destination.

  • Production


    A surreal experience for adults, ABSINTHE features wild and outlandish acts in a theatre-in-the-round presentation. Audiences are treated to a night of imagination and excess with performances that amaze and inspire.

  • Concert

    An Evening with Mark Knopfler and Band

    Legendary musician and songwriter Mark Knopfler will make a stop on his North American tour at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015.

  • Headliner

    Britney Spears

    See Britney Spears in her Las Vegas show, “A Piece of Me.” The award-winning starlet brings her talent to Planet Hollywood hotel.

  • Concert

    The AXIS

    The AXIS at Planet Hollywood takes the standard Las Vegas concert experience up a notch with the hottest headliners and state-of-the-art effects

  • Magic

    Murray: The Celebrity Magician

    Direct from "America's Got Talent" and History Channel's "Pawn Stars," Murray: The Celebrity Magician is a family-friendly comedy magic show.

  • Concert

    Ricky Martin

    See GRAMMY Award-winner and music superstar, Ricky Martin, at the Axis Theater on September 15

  • Concert


    Chayanne returns to the stage in solo events after four years to promote his newest allbum- "En Todo Estare"

  • Concert

    Romeo Santos

    Romeo Santos, the top Latin music artist in the country, will perform at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Sunday, May 24, 2015.

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