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.
Here’s a look at what’s happening in Las Vegas over the next few days:
Monday: December 23rd
Golden Knights vs. Colorado Avalanche
On Monday at 7 pm, the Las Vegas Golden Knights will take on the Colorado Avalanche in an important game for both team’s futures. Each is working hard to climb into the first-place spot in their divisions. Even the best NHL betting experts are having a difficult time predicting who will come out on top.
The game takes place inside the famous T-Mobile Arena, located near the New York New York Hotel-Casino. Tickets are still available, starting at around $65.
Friday: December 27th
Kenneth Brian Edmonds, or Babyface, is one of the most iconic musicians in R&B. Even at 60 years old, he draws in a huge number of fans to his shows from around the world. On Friday, Babyface is performing at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.
He’s made over 26 number-one hits during his incredible career. Fans of his slow, soulful style buy tickets to his shows time and time again. Those in Las Vegas this week can still check out his Friday show with tickets costing $45.
Want something with a little more energy? Consider checking out Journey this Friday inside the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Journey is considered one of the greatest rock bands of all time with hit singles such as “Don’t Stop Believin” and “Separate Ways.” They’ve been performing for decades yet show no signs of slowing down.
This may be the perfect time to see the legendary band. Most believe their touring schedule will soon come to a permanent end. Tickets are still available with prices starting at $140.
Saturday: December 28th
Nowadays, Jay Leno is known primarily for hosting his popular late-night talk show. What many people aren’t aware of is that he was one of the country’s top stand-up comics before breaking into the TV industry. On Saturday, Leno is set to perform his new comedy act inside The Mirage.
Leno is out to remind people that he remains a world-class comic. That’s exciting news for comedy fans around the country. Ticket prices for his show on Saturday are starting at $88.
We’re approaching the coldest time of the year for Las Vegas. Visitors here can enjoy watching some incredible shows or gambling inside the many casinos. If you haven’t booked your hotel room yet, feel free to check out our Las Vegas Hotel guide.
Enjoy your stay!