As always, there is an action packed month ahead inLas Vegas with an exciting range of shows and concerts to enjoy. There is too much going on in SinCity to list here, but here are some of the highlights of the weeks ahead in November 2018.
T-Mobile ArenaNovember 7th – 11th: 25th PBR World Finals
If you are interested in the world of bull riding then this month there is a real treat for you in LasVegas. You can watch the world’s best riders and bucking bulls compete in the Professional Bull Riders’25th Unleash The Beast World Finals!It is a five day event that is part of the PBR Finals Week and itpromises to feature action-packed bull riding, live concerts, pre-event fan zones, after parties, andmuch more.
It looks to be a week full of exciting events with plenty to keep you occupied, whether youare a seasoned fan of the sport or a complete newcomer. If you are in town, then be sure to check itout.
November 26th: Metallica
After last summer’s 25 date sold-out stadium run, Metallica is returning to the stage in Las Vegaswith their in-the-round production that has been a huge hit across Europe.The show will start with theLight It Up pre-show party hosted by Jim Breuer together with a DJ. Jim will get the audience in themood with some comedy, giveaways, fan in
tersection and much more.
If you buy a ticket for the show youwill be given the choice of a standard physical or standard digital copy of Hardwired… To Self-Destruct.There are also three options of special enhanced experiences including premium tickets and amenitiesranging from early access to the venue and the “Memory Remains” exhibit of memorabilia to meetingsome of the band!It promises to be an amazing evening for fans of the legendary band and one that youwill never forget. Tickets are still available so book now to make sure that you do not miss out!
November 30th: Fleetwood MacT
he legendary Grammy award winning band Fleetwood Mac are currently on a tour of over fifty cities thatwill take them well into next year, but this month they are stopping at Las Vegas.The tour will featurethe newly announced line-up of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Christine McVie along withnewcomers Mike Campbell and Neil Finn.
The British-American rock band will play classics such as"Dreams," "Little Lies," "Tusk," and many more in what they claim is their farewell tour.Having entertainedaudiences for close to five decades, this promises to be an amazing show for all who like the band. Bookyour tickets today and make sure that you don’t miss out on their final Vegas show.
Caesars PalaceNovember 2nd – 17th: Celine Dion
International superstar Celine Dion is a regular fixture in Las Vegas, but she has announced that herproduction, Celine atthe Colosseum, will be coming to an end in June next year, so this is one of your final chances tosee her hit show.
She will be taking to the stage a number of times this month in a show that featuresall of her greatest hits. It has been called “the show of shows” by the Las Vegas Review Journaland has received many other rave reviews.Celine Dion has won five Grammy awards, including Album of theYear and Best Pop Album for Falling Into You (1996),
and Record of the Year and Best Female Pop VocalPerformance for “My Heart Will Go On” (1998). Her recordings have won two Academy Awards: Best OriginalSong in 1992 for the title song of Beauty and the Beast (with Peabo Bryson), and in 1998 for “My HeartWill Go On” (From Titanic).
She has earned seven American Music Awards, 20 Juno Awards (Canada) andan astonishing 40 Felix Awards (Quebec).With such an impressive CV, you know that the show can’t possiblydisappoint, so book your tickets today!
November 21st – 28th: Rod Stewart
Rod Stewart is a regular performer in Las Vegas and his shows are always a massive hit. Backed by a 13-pieceband, the legendary singer delights fans with his record-breaking show “Rod Stewart: The Hits”.Theshow includes many of his chart-topping singles in a high-energy celebration of his career that evensees him running into the audience to interact with fans. The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-r hassold over 250 million album and singles, and he is showing no signs of slowing down.
The show featuresfavourites such as “Maggie May,” “You Wear it Well,” “Hot Legs,” “You’re in My Heart,”“Da Ya Think I’m Sexy,” “Tonight’s The Night” and “Some Guys Have All the Luck”.If youare a fan then be sure to make the effort to see this show and it is sure to provide you with a fantasticnight out.
November 29th – 30th: Paul Shaffer and The Shaf-Shifters
The legendary bandleader, multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, and comedian is coming to Vegas fortwo nights at the end of the month. He will bring his trademark style to the intimate Cleopatra’s Bargeat Caesars Palace
Shaffer will be supported by his band, The Shaf-Shifters, and perform a range of pop,funk and R&B classics and covers together with his stories from over four decades of working in theindustry with some of the biggest names in entertainment.
For hard-core fans, there are also a numberof meet and greet tickets available! Be sure to book your tickets while they are still available as thiswill be his final appearance in Vegas this year.
November 30th: Jim GaffiganFans of comedy are in for a treat when Jim Gaffigan arrives in Vegas for one night only at the end ofthe month. He is on tour with his show The Fixer Upper, which has received rave reviews.Gaffigan is knownfor his self-deprecating wit on subjects such as laziness, eating, and being American. He has earnedGrammy nominations for his comedy albums, and his book Dad is Fat was widely acclaimed.He is known forproviding one of the best live concerts in comedy and is loved by millions. Be sure to book your ticketsto this one night only show.
Park MGMNovember 18th: Bill and Hillary ClintonWhile this may not be your usual Las Vegas fare, it is a fantastic opportunity to spend an evening withPresident Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.The event will feature jointon-stage conversations with the Clintons sharing stories and anecdotes that shaped their careers in publicservice. They will also speak about current issues and their visions for the future.Those at the eventswill have the chance to hear one of a kind conversations with two of the most important figures fromAmerican politics.
The will offer unique insights in what promises to be a fascinating evening.If youare looking for some intellectual stimulation away from the gaming tables, then this promises to be afascinating and thought provoking evening.
MGM GrandNovember 1st – 30th: David Copperfield
The world famous magician David Copperfield is atthe MGM Grand all month long. Famous for his many television appearances that include amazing tricksand escape acts, Copperfield brings all of his energy to a show that promises to astound.
Watch as hewalks through sheets of metal, slices people in half, contorts his body and more. Hailed by audienceand critics as the “greatest illusionist of our time”, you simply won’t believe your eyes as youwatch his act.You can even pay for the David Copperfield Meet & Greet experience, which includesfront row seats, a chance to meet the man himself, and a photo with you and the magician.If you are afan of magic then this show is a must see. Book your tickets today and prepare to be amazed.
November 1st – 30th: Brad Garrett’s Comedy ClubT
he MGM Grand is the only place in Las Vegas where you will be able to watch Brad Garrett performinglive together with some of the biggest names in stand-up comedy. The show will also give you the chanceto enjoy some new faces on the scene that Garrett has invited along.This month you can catch names suchas John Dicrosta, Michael Malone, Tom Rhodes, Mike Merryfield, Kathleen Dunbar, Derek Richards, DaveLandau and more.Garret himself is a three-time Emmy Award winner.
He rose to fame for his role as RobertBarone in the television series Everybody Loves Raymond, and is now equally loved as a stand-up comic.The show takes place in a specially designed theatre, custom built for comedy, and it promises to haveyou in stiches.
November 2nd – 30th: Jabbawockeez
If you like dance then you will be mesmerised and entertained by the Jabbaqockeez, who bring a dynamicmix of awe-inspiring choreography, fantastic music, and amazing special effects to their new show atthe MGM Grand.It is a special high tech production that brings the audience up close and personal withthe troupe, allowing a better view than ever before of their signature white masks and intricate dancemoves.
They are often called the world’s most influential dance crew and they were voted “Best FamilyShow” and “Best All Ages Show” three years in a row.If you have never been to see a dance showthen this is the one to start with. It will leave you spellbound and eager to try some moves for yourself.
November 15th: Latin Grammy AwardsThis is the biggest night of the year for Latin music, the 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards. It promisesto be a night to remember, full of stars and with some amazing performances.Tickets start at $136 andgo up to $545, so it is a real chance to mingle with your favourite performers without having to breakthe bank. Just be sure to clean your tuxedo, as it is a strict Black Tie Only event.
Planet HollywoodNovember 2nd – 17th: Backstreet Boys
One of the biggest boy bands of all time, the Backstreet Boys are back inLas Vegas. They are in the final stretch of their Las Vegas residency performing “Backstreet Boys:Larger Than Life”.They have been selling out in Vegas since 2017 but have announced that their finalperformances will be in April 2019.
The show has received rave reviews from fans and critics with BillboardMagazine saying “… Larger Than Life really is a show that no Backstreet fan should miss.”It isone of the fastest selling shows in Las Vegas history, but there are still tickets available.
So farover 185,000 have watched the show, and it has also drawn some of Hollywood’s biggest names such asNiall Horan, Hailee Steinfeld, Shania Twain, Reba McEntire, Lance Bass and Joey Fatone.AJ McLean, BrianLittrell, Howie Dorough, Kevin Richardson and Nick Carter take to the stage with a unique productionput together especially for Vegas.
It was designed by one of the world leading creative directors, RajKapoor, and features state of the art lighting, amazing automation, and fantastic choreography. Thanksto this, it brings you the band as never seen before.As usual in Vegas, for true fans meet and greetexperiences are available, while the concerts promise to be an experience that you will never forget.
House of BluesNovember 2nd – 11th: SantanaAfter a hugely successful run, An Intimate Evening With Santana: Greatest Hits Live is back atthe House of Blues.
For four decades Santana has been entertaining fans, they have sold more than100 million records, and reached more than 100 million fans at concerts across the world. Santana haswon ten Grammy Awards and three Latin Grammy Awards. He has also won a record nine Grammys for a singleproject for 1999’s Supernatural.
Santana has also received the Billboard Century Award (1996), he wasentered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1998), he received the Billboard Latin Music Awards’ LifetimeAchievement honour (2009), and was the recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors Award (2013).Serious fanscan opt for the Up Close and Personal package that includes dinner, a VIP experience, art and photo packages,a DVD, and much more.
November 12th: THE INTERNET THE INTERNET broke away from the Odd Future collective to start theirown band in 2011.
Syd has been writing music ever since she was a child, but she put this on hold inorder to become Odd Future’s DJ and producer. However, she resumed song writing in 2011 to produceher first album with Matt.THE INTERNET is a six-person band, whose youngest member is just 17. They beganplaying as a full-band in order to tour behind Feel Good, and all of the members contributed to THE INTERNET’s2015 album EGO DEATH.
They will be supported by Moonchild in this Las Vegas show and tickets for the concertstart at just $30.November 16th: Thrice , the post-hardcore quartet, formed in 1998 in Irvine, Californiais made up of guitarist/vocalist Dustin Kensrue, guitarist Teppei Teranishi, bassist Eddie Breckenridge,and drummer Riley Breckenridgeall.
They are known for creating music that features heavily distortedguitars, prominent lead guitar lines and interesting rhythms.Recently signed by Epitaph Records, theyhave released their tenth studio albumThe Palms .The band has a huge following and this event is set to be a fantastic showcase of their recent work thatwill delight fans.
November 17th: Circa Survive Formed by former Saosin vocalist Anthony Green with guitarist ColinFrangicetto, Philadelphia’s Circa Survive is in Vegas for one night.Joining Green and Frangicetto inthe band are second guitarist Brendan Ekstrom, bassist Nick Beard, and drummer Steve Clifford. They havetoured extensively in recent years and their album sales number in the hundreds of thousands.
They willbe performing hits from their five albums as well as new material that is sure to delight fans. The PalmsNovember 9th, 10th, 16th, and 17th: Blink 182 Blink 182 rose to fame in the late 90s with a numberof hits such as “All the Small Things” and “What’s My Age Again?” Since then they have beensteadily releasing hits and continue to delight fans almost two decades later.
This is the band’s firstever residency and it has received rave reviews. However, November is the final month of the residencyso fans need to book now before they miss this amazing experience.Tickets start at just $59 so book todaybefore it is too late!Many More Vegas Shows These are just a small selection of the many amazing events happening inLas Vegas over the coming weeks. Be sure to look around when you plan your visit, as there is more than enough for every taste.