What’s Happening in Vegas? February 23 – 29

All the exciting events taking place in Las Vegas this week:

The last week of February is here and Spring is just around the corner. Many locals will tell you that this is one of the best times to visit Las Vegas. The weather is fantastic and a number of exciting events are happening in Las Vegas over the next few days.

Just about everyone can enjoy something in Sin City this week. There are exciting sporting events, fun concerts, and a day to relax with some world-class beers.

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Here are the five most exciting Las Vegas events this week.

Sunday, February 23rd

Pennzoil 400

On Sunday, Las Vegas plays host to one of the most exciting races in NASCAR. The Pennzoil 400 officially takes place at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, featuring all of the sport’s top drivers. This an important race to capture series points, meaning every driver will be at the top of their game.

The Las Vegas Speedway is one of the coolest sports venues in the city. Almost every seat offers a fantastic view of the action. Tickets for Sunday’s race are still available, with prices starting at just $49.
Wednesday, February 26th

Christina Aguilera

There’s no better way to get over hump day than watching one of the world’s best singers perform in Las Vegas. This Wednesday, Christina Aguilera begins her new residency at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The show is scheduled to kick off at 9 pm.

Aguilera has remained a pop icon for more than two decades. At 39 years old, she continues to put out new hits. Music fans in Las Vegas can check out her newest show this week for just $89.

Thursday, February 27th

Golden Knights vs. Oilers

On Thursday, the two best teams in the NHL’s Pacific Division face off. The Las Vegas Golden Knights will look to claim the number-one spot against the Edmonton Oilers. Many analysts predict it’ll be one of the best games of the year.

Anytime the Golden Knights play at home, it’s special. This week’s game is expected to be particularly exciting. Fortunately, tickets are still available with prices starting at $112.

Friday, February 28th

Ray Romano & David Spade

Las Vegas regularly features the country’s top comedians. On Friday, legends Ray Romano and David Spade take the stage inside The Mirage Theater. Romano was recently seen starring in Martin Scorcese’s, “The Irishman.” Spade has recently broken into the talk-show game with his new show, “Lights Out.”

These two men are comics at heart, though. Comedy fans have the chance to see them perform their newest sets inside one of the city’s best theaters. Prices for the show are starting at $80.

Saturday, February 29th

Beer Zombies Craft Beer Festival

There’s always an exciting event happening in Vegas. Sometimes, however, the best thing to do in this city is just relax. On Saturday, visitors and locals can do just that at the Beer Zombies Craft Beer Festival on Dean Martin Drive.

The 3rd annual festival kicks off at 3 pm. Attendees can sample world-class beers, listen to live music, and try out some unique local culinary delights. It can all be enjoyed for just $50.

As you can see, there are some fantastic Las Vegas events this week. Just about everyone has something they can enjoy. If you haven’t booked your room yet, feel free to visit our Las Vegas hotel guide for expert recommendations on the city’s top accommodations.

Enjoy your stay!

What’s Happening in Vegas? February 16 – 22

All the exciting events taking place in Las Vegas this week:

With each passing week of February, the weather in Las Vegas gets a little bit better. Pool season is just around the corner, yet for now, most visitors prefer to check out the city’s exciting indoor activities. Fortunately, there are some great ones taking place in Las Vegas this week.

There is an exciting mix of sporting events, concerts, and comedy shows scheduled to take place over the next few days. Both tourists and locals here have a lot of fun Las Vegas events to choose from.

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Here are five of the most exciting events you can attend in Las Vegas this week.

Sunday, February 16th

Jeff Dunham

All of the best comedians in the world regularly perform in Las Vegas. On Sunday, Jeff Dunham takes his legendary act to the Colosseum inside Caesars Palace. Dunham is one of the few comedians still capable of pulling off a ventriloquist act, which seems to get better every year.

The Colosseum is one of the best venues in the city to see a comedy performance. Incredibly, tickets for this show are still available, with prices starting at just $76.

Tuesday, February 18th

UNLV vs. Colorado State

Just last week, UNLV took on UNR in an intense state rivalry game. The Vegas-based team lost that match, and are looking for redemption this Tuesday against Colorado State. The game takes place inside the Thomas and Mack Center, on the University of Nevada campus.

Both of these teams are looking to climb up the rankings right now. With UNLV’s recent loss, you can expect them to play with serious intensity. Basketball fans can attend this week’s game for just $10.

Thursday, February 20th

Golden Knights vs. Tampa Bay

There are more than just collegiate sporting events happening in Las Vegas this week. On Thursday, the LV Golden Knights take on the Tampa Bay Lightning inside the T-Mobile Arena. The game begins at 7 pm.

The NHL postseason is now less than two months away, meaning every game played has serious playoff implications. Tickets to see the Golden Knights are still available for just $78. Even those unfamiliar with ice hockey can enjoy the exciting atmosphere inside one of Las Vegas’ best sporting venues.

Friday, February 21st


This weekend, Las Vegas becomes a music fan’s dream. On Friday, Zedd is set to perform inside Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace. Zedd is one of the world’s best EDM artists with major hits such as Beautiful Now, Clarity, and Stay.

There’s nothing quite like seeing a world-class artist perform in a major Las Vegas nightclub. By all accounts, Zedd puts on a show for the ages every single time he gets on stage. Tickets for this fun Las Vegas event are still available with prices starting at only $25.

Saturday, February 22nd


On Saturday, the beat changes as Migos hits Drai’s Nightclub. The world-renowned rap trio is considered pioneers in the mumble rap game, producing several major hits over the years like Bad and Boujee and Offset. The group’s show at Drai’s should produce fireworks.

Migos are still working on their new album, and in the meantime are performing around the country. This may be the last chance to see them get out their old hits on stage. Prices for this show are set at $40.

As you can see, there is a wide variety of exciting Las Vegas events happening this week. Whether you’re a hardcore sports fan or a music lover, there’s something in this city for you.

Enjoy your stay!

What’s Happening in Vegas? February 2 – 8

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Many believe that February is the best month to visit Las Vegas. The massive holiday crowds have left, yet the city stays at a cool, comfortable temperature. There are some exciting Las Vegas events taking place during the first week of February that many individuals are beginning to purchase tickets for. Music fans, in particular, have a lot to look forward to.

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There are always fun events happening in Las Vegas. Here are some of the best ones that are taking place over the next week.

Sunday, February 2nd

Hard Rock Cafe Super Bowl Party

Super Bowl LIV officially takes place this Sunday and Las Vegas is one of the best cities in the country to watch the game unfold. There are a huge number of incredible places to watch the game. Perhaps the best is at the Hard Rock Cafe, which is set to host another annual Super Bowl viewing party.

This venue, located directly on the Las Vegas Strip, features dozens of massive high-definition TV’s playing the game. Prices for this amazing party sit at $250 and include unlimited food and drinks. If you’re still looking for a great place to watch the game, this is it!

Tuesday, February 4th

Fremont Street Pub Crawl

The Las Vegas Strip is what first comes to mind for many when they think of Las Vegas, yet more individuals are beginning to realize how fun Downtown Las Vegas really is. The Fremont Street Experience is unlike anywhere else in the world and is putting on an incredible new event this week. The Fremont Street Pub Crawl will give a guided tour of the best bars Downtown Vegas has to offer.

This amazing tour also allows you to enter bars without paying a cover charge and offers express entry into some of the city’s best nightclubs. This is one of the best ways to spend a wild evening in the city. Take part in all the fun this week for just $29.

Wednesday, February 5th

Van Morrison

This Wednesday, one of the most beloved musicians to ever come out of the UK will perform inside the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Van Morrison has released several major hits including Brown Eyed Girl and is said to be better than ever at 74 years old. He may not continue performing for much longer, making this one of the best times to see him play live.

There aren’t many concert venues better than the Colosseum. It’s no surprise why some of the world’s top musicians choose to perform here. Tickets for Van Morrison are still available with prices starting at just $105.

Friday, February 7th

Juicy J

Three 6 Mafia is one of the most beloved rap groups of all time. It’s founder, Juicy J, is set to perform this Friday inside Drai’s Nightclub. Juicy J is one of the real pioneers in Southern rap and is credited with a huge number of worldwide hits.

Many claim that the energy of a Juicy J concert is unlike anything else. The fact that this one is in Drai’s, one of the best clubs in Las Vegas, makes things even better. Tickets for the performance are still available, starting at around $30.

Saturday, February 8th

Gwen Stefani

We weren’t joking when we said this was a great week for music fans. On Saturday, Gwen Stefani returns to Las Vegas with an exciting performance inside Zappos Theater, at Planet Hollywood. Stefani is making it clear that this tour won’t last forever, meaning now may be the last chance we get to see of the legendary pop icon.

The former No Doubt singer has created an incredible career for herself, notably as a judge on The Voice. Her true passion still lies in performing, and it’s easy to see that every time she steps on stage. Tickets for this Saturday’s performance are still available, with prices starting at $75.

Stay Up to Date on the Latest Events in Vegas

There are clearly some fantastic Las Vegas concerts taking place this week. Incredibly, the events listed above are just a few of the amazing things taking place in the city right now. Feel free to bookmark our news page or subscribe to our Youtube channel for updates on what’s happening in Las Vegas for the rest of the year.

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What’s Happening in Vegas? January 26 – February 1

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Here’s your overview of the most exciting events and live entertainment hitting Las Vegas this week. From Chinese New Year celebrations, to RuPaul’s Drag Race LIVE! 2020 debut, there’s no shortage of fun in the form of these live entertainment options.

Sunday: January 26th

Chinese New Year Celebration

Experience the vibrant traditions of Chinese New Year at Fashion Show with a cultural performance of a lifetime. Walk through the history and beauty of CNY through dragons, lions, modern & traditional dances, lantern garden and much more!

The celebrations begin at 2 p.m. and admission is free.

Tuesday: January 27th

Santana Concert

Catch music legend Carlos Santana’s “An Intimate Evening With Santana: Greatest Hits Live” at the House of Blues Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino at 7 p.m. He lights up the stage with his iconic body of work featuring his unique fusion of rock, Latin and jazz.

Tickets are $100.

Wednesday: January 28th

Aerosmith Concert

America’s all-time top-selling rock ‘n’ roll band, Aerosmith, is bringing the heat to the Las Vegas Strip with their headlining residency, AEROSMITH: DEUCES ARE WILD, at Park MGM. This Las Vegas residency brings guests face to face with America’s Greatest Rock ‘N’ Roll band in one of the most immersive, state-of-the art audio and video technology experiences in Las Vegas. The show will feature never-seen-before visuals and audio from Aerosmith recording sessions.

Tickets start at $70.

Thursday: January 29th

RuPaul’s Drag Race Debut

RuPaul’s Drag Race LIVE! debuts in 2020 at Flamingo Las Vegas, featuring an all-star cast in an original production based on the Emmy Award-winning competition reality show. Join RuPaul’s “showgirls” as they journey through a sickening season of Drag Race serving Vegas realness! Starring the world’s most famous queens including Aquaria, Asia O’Hara, Derrick Barry, Eureka O’Hara, Kameron Michaels, Kim Chi, Naomi Smalls, Shea Couleé, and Yvie Oddly. Line-up varies by show and is subject to change.

Show starts at 9:30 p.m. and tickets are $38.

Saturday: January 30th

Periphery Concert

Modern metal band, Periphery, who describes their sound as “boundary pushing experimentalism, nuanced mathematical cacophony and complex grooves” hits Brooklyn Bowl’s main stage on Saturday at 6 p.m. Their latest tour, Hail Stan, is a hard-hitting tribute to Marvel comics’ legendary creator Stan Lee.

Tickets are $26.

What Happens in Vegas November 10th – 16th

There’s always something exciting happening in Las Vegas. More entertainment options are available in this city than anywhere else in the world. Here’s a quick look at what happens in Las Vegas over the next few days.
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Sunday, November 10th

Great American Foodie Fest

Many of the world’s top chefs have established a presence in Las Vegas. There are enough incredible restaurants in this city to keep you busy for years. On November 10th, the Great American Foodie Fest takes place at the M Resort Spa & Casino.

This massive event allows you to try some of the best foods ever shown on the Food Network and Travel Channel. There’s also a beer garden here that features some of the top breweries in the US. The event kicks off at 5 pm. Best of all, admission to this event is free!

Shin Lim

At 10 pm, Shin Lim takes his act to the Terry Fator Theatre, inside the Mirage Hotel & Casino. Lim is well-known in the magician community. He’s said to be the only magician to ever fool Penn & Teller twice. At just 28 years old, he already has one of Las Vegas’ hottest new shows.

Magic fans swear that Lim is a must-see performer. Anyone in Las Vegas can now check out his newest show starting at 10 pm. Tickets are still available for just $90.

Wednesday, November 13th

Golden Knights vs. Chicago Blackhawks

We’re now more than a month into the 2019/2020 NHL season, and it’s still anyone’s guess which team will end up winning the Stanley Cup. On Wednesday, two of the top teams in the league square off inside the world-famous T-Mobile Arena. The LV Golden Knights will take on the Chicago Blackhawks in one of the most anticipated matchups so far this season.

This game pits the newest team in the NHL against one of the league’s most storied franchises. It should produce fireworks. Tickets can be purchased for as low as $83.

Friday, November 15th

Boyz II Men

One of the most iconic groups in R&B makes their way to Las Vegas this Friday. Boyz II Men are set to perform inside the aforementioned Terry Fator Theatre at 7:30 pm. It’s a must-see show for fans of both R&B and traditional hip hop.

This group has been performing for more than two decades. Despite their many years on the road, Boys II Men haven’t skipped a beat. Those in Vegas can check out the new show for just $60.

Saturday, November 16th

Jerry Seinfeld

Perhaps the most famous comedian of all time will once again put on his act in Las Vegas this upcoming Saturday. Jerry Seinfeld is bringing his latest stand-up routine to The Colosseum, inside Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino. The legendary comedian behind Seinfeld and Comedians in Cars Drinking Coffee is staying true to his roots with an impressive 60-minute routine.

The Colosseum is one of the best entertainment venues in Las Vegas. Tickets to see Jerry Seinfeld perform here can now be purchased for just $80.

It’s an exciting week for both locals and tourists in Las Vegas. If you haven’t booked your accommodation yet, make sure to head over to our Vegas hotels page to learn more about what’s available here!

What’s Happening in Vegas November 3rd – 9th

There’s always something exciting happening in Las Vegas. More entertainment options are available in this city than anywhere else in the world. Here’s a quick look at what happens in Las Vegas over the next few days.

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Sunday, November 3rd

Day N Vegas Music Festival

Las Vegas is home to many of the world’s biggest and most exciting music festivals. On Sunday, the hugely popular Day N Vegas festival arrives, and fans are already racing to get their tickets. This year’s event is one of the best in recent memory, featuring top artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Tyler the Creator, and more.

The festival takes place at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds. Tickets can be purchased starting at just $300.

Tuesday: November 5th:

Sema Show

Calling all automobile aficionados. On Tuesday, the world-famous Las Vegas Convention Center plays host to the SEMA Show. It’s one of the city’s top car shows, showcasing the latest and greatest updates to vehicle technology. Attendees receive a first-hand look at the future of the automobile industry.

Visitors here can also check out some of the most beautiful vehicles currently on the market. Ticket prices are starting at just $60.

Wednesday, November 6th

PBR World Finals 2019

On Wednesday, Las Vegas turns into every rodeo fan’s favorite city. The 2019 PBR World Finals officially take place inside the T-Mobile Area. The biggest stars in professional bull riding are attending.

The event kicks off at 12 pm and also includes live concerts, fantastic food, and an endless supply of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Right now, tickets can be found for as low as $40.

Friday, November 8th

Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa is set to take center stage at Drai’s Nightclub inside the Cromwell Hotel, close to the world-famous Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino. The famous rapper is set to begin performing at 9 pm. Visitors can watch the iconic musician perform some of his biggest hits at one of Las Vegas’ coolest clubs.

Tickets for this concert are going fast. Some can still be purchased for around $40.

Saturday, November 9th

Tim Allen – Aces of Comedy

On Saturday, the Aces of Comedy show continues with the legendary Tim Allen inside the Terry Fator Theater, within the Mirage Casino-Resort. Allen has won numerous awards during his career and his new act is said to be one of his best. He’s out to prove that he’s just as talented a comedian as he is an actor.

The show kicks off at 10 pm. Tickets are still available and can be purchased for as low as $60.

Just because Halloween is over doesn’t mean Vegas is slowing down. There are still some fantastic events taking place this week. Feel free to check the ones listed above!

What’s Happening in Vegas the Week of October 13th – 19th

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Here’s a quick look at what’s happening in Las Vegas over the next few days:

Tuesday, October 15th:

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Nashville Predators

On Tuesday, two of the best teams in the NHL square off inside T-Mobile Arena. The Las Vegas Golden Knights are looking to capture their third straight victory and fifth overall in the season. In order to do so, they’ll need to beat one of the most successful teams in franchise history.

Fortunately for Golden Knights fans, Nashville isn’t coming into this game as the betting favorites. They’ve struggled for much of the season and hold just a 3-2 record heading into Tuesday’s game. Many analysts predict the Golden Knights secure an easy victory.

The oddsmakers seem to agree. Mybookie.ag currently lists the Predators’ odds to win at just +120. The Golden Knights enter with odds of -140. If you’re in Las Vegas, feel free to head over to any of the world-class sportsbooks spread around the city to place your wagers on the game’s outcome!

Tim Burton Exhibit

Ice hockey isn’t your thing? No problem! There are plenty more amazing events happening in Vegas this week. Also available on Tuesday is the Tim Burton Exhibit, located inside the Neon Museum. According to many individuals, this is one of the most impressive art exhibits in recent Las Vegas history.

Burton spent a significant portion of his childhood in Las Vegas and the city is heavily referenced in many of his movies. This exhibit, called Lost Vegas, features many of his most famous pieces of art taken from different movies.

The Neon Museum is located on North Las Vegas Boulevard, not far from the world-famous Fremont Street. Tuesday marks the exhibit’s grand opening. Ticket prices start at around $25. Feel free to stop by!

Thursday, October 17th:

PFL 8 Playoffs Event

Calling all combat sports fans! On Thursday, another round of the PFL playoffs takes place at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino. This is the eighth event of the 2019 season and is expected to be extremely competitive. Members of the promotions’ featherweight and lightweight divisions are fighting for their shot to win $1 million.

Several big-name athletes are competing this week. Many hardcore fans are looking forward to the lightweight bout between Akhmet Aliev and Rashid Magomedov. Aliev is looking to bounce back from a recent loss to Chris Wade, while Magomedov hopes to recover from a hard-fought loss to Nate Andrews. Expect fireworks!

Friday, October 18th

Las Rageous Music Festival

What happens in Las Vegas almost every single week? Concerts. On Friday, the Las Rageous Music Festival returns to Old Town Las Vegas at the Downtown Events Center and features a variety of the top metal bands in the country.

Rob Zombie, Bring Me the Horizon, The Used, and Chevelle are all on this year’s lineup. Event officials describe it as “two days of pure havoc.”

The 2019 Las Rageous event runs from Friday to Saturday. Two-day passes can be purchased for around $110. If you’re in the mood for some headbanging fun, this might be the perfect event to attend.

Saturday, October 19th

Downtown Brew Festival

Las Vegas is home to some fantastic craft beer festivals. On Saturday, the famous Downtown Brew Festival takes place at the Clark County Amphitheater and is a must-attend for any beer lovers in the city. More than 200 different craft brews will be available as well as live music, local culinary artists, and motley experiences.

Unfortunately, this event only lasts a few hours! It will be open from 5 to 9 pm. Tickets can be purchased for as low as $40. Early-access VIP tickets are available for $50.

What happens in Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas. Each of the events listed above offers something different. If you’re in Sin City this week, these are all things worth checking out.

If you haven’t booked your hotel room yet, make sure to check out our Las Vegas hotel guides for expert recommendations on the city’s different accommodation options!