Las Vegas Concerts & Events Tonight
Shin Lim will perform at The Mirage Theatre - Mirage Las Vegas at 7:30 pm
RuPaul's Drag Race
Find RuPaul's Drag Race performing at Flamingo Showroom at Flamingo Las Vegas at 9:30 pm
TOP DJ'S IN LAS VEGAS TONIGHT
Unfortunatelly, no world-renowned DJs are performing in Vegas tonight, but you might be interested in other club events tonight.
Shows in Las Vegas Tonight
Blue Man Group
5pm, 8pm Monte Carlo Hotel & CasinoDetails & Tickets
Queens of Rock
7pm Mosaic on the StripDetails & Tickets
7pm, 9:30 pm Treasure IslandDetails & Tickets
7pm Mat Franco Theater, The LINQ Hotel and CasinoDetails & Tickets
Things To Do Tonight
Soak in the Views at Skybar Lounge
Amazing views and complex cocktails from the 23rd floor of the Waldorf Astoria.
Lounges are less crowded during the week. Enjoy a few cocktails and soak in a spectacular Strip view from the 23rd floor of the Waldorf Astoria at Skybar.
Hours are 4:00 PM - 1:00 AM Sunday-Thursday, 4:00 PM - 2:00 AM, Friday-Saturday. More lounges
Big Bus Night Tour
Ride around the Strip, hopping on and off at your leisure.
Hop on and hop off at your leisure. Enjoy the sights and colorful marquees of Las Vegas during a double-decker Big Bus Night Tour. Tours for both the Strip and Old Vegas begin at 10am and wrap up 6-7pm. Tickets begin at $45 ($36 for kids).
Things To Do Tomorrow
Tour the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon tours are available by air, bus or limo.
Grand Canyon tours are available by air, bus or limo. Soak in the spectacle of the west rim and step onto the infamous Skywalk if you dare. Tours typically start at 6 a.m. and finish at 2 p.m. Grand Canyon Tours
Walk the Las Vegas Strip
From the Eiffel Tower to the High Roller wheel, it's a great time of year to stroll the strip and take in the sights. Use our Las Vegas strip map for walking times and attractions.
Explore the food and drink scene in Chinatown
Some of the best food and drink in Vegas are in Chinatown. Check out restaurants like Raku and drink at Golden Tiki.
It's a bit of a secret, but Las Vegas has one of the most intriguing Chinatown dining scenes in the country. Whether it's robatta-grilled meats at Raku, spicy Sichuan at Chengdu Taste or even a casual take on French fine dining at Partage, there is incredible variety to be enjoyed throughout the district. Check out bars like Golden Tiki for cocktails or the Sand Dollar for whiskey. Chinatown is just west of the Strip on about two miles of Spring Mountain Road easily reachable by taxi or rideshare.
Throw axes for fun
Grab an axe and hurl it toward a target. Repeat.
Axe throwing is growing in popularity, especially in Las Vegas. Put your lumberjack-worthy skills to the test at venues like Axe Monkeys east of the Strip (which also includes a "rage room" for destroying computers, glass bottles and other breakable items) and Axehole Vegas at the Neonopolis on Fremont Street (with beer and wine available).