Las Vegas Concerts & Events Tonight
Garth Brooks plays a night of country hits on the 8:00 pm at The Colosseum At Caesars Palace.
Find Helloween performing at Brooklyn Bowl - Las Vegas at 6:00 pm
Find Daniel Emmet performing at International Westgate Theater At Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino at 7:30 pm
Tanner Usrey will perform at 24 Oxford at Virgin Hotels - Las Vegas at 8:00 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
Australian Bee Gees
7pm ExcaliburDetails & Tickets
7pm, 9:30 pm MGM GrandDetails & Tickets
7pm, 9:30 pm BellagioDetails & 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
Things To Do Tomorrow
Soar through the Air on Fly LINQ
Fly Linq Zipline is the only zipline attraction on the Strip. Soar over The LINQ promenade and land near the base of the High Roller observation wheel. Fly LINQ opens at 11:30 a.m. and closes at midnight. Tickets are $25 each before 5 p.m. and $30 afterward.
Stop and smell the roses at the Bellagio
The colorful, vibrant floral displays are free for anyone in the Bellagio lobby.
The Conservatory and Bontanical Gardens is a free attraction in the lobby of the Bellagio. The exhibits change with the season, featuring ellaborate floral displays crafted with thousands of flowers, trees and decorations. It's one of the most crowded and photographed spots in Vegas, but you've got to see it at least once. The display is open 24 hours.
Compete in esports
Video games are now sport. Play at special venues inside the Luxor or Rio.
We already know video games are big business. Now they've become their own form of competitive sport. Las Vegas is fast becoming a hub for esports. Visit the HyperX Esports Arena at the Luxor, a multi-level venue that hosts tournements, special events and stations for anyone to play. The Rio is also getting into the act with The Wall, a restaurant and lounge with 30 gaming stations.
Scale The Strat
The best vantage points of Vegas are at the top of The Strat.
The Start (formerly known as the Stratosphere) is a 1,149-foot-tall structure, making it the tallest tower west of the Mississippi. Enjoy incredible 360-degree views from 108th floor deck or grab dinner at the Top of the World rotating restaurant one floor below. You can also test your limits with four different thrill rides (and a bungee plunge) that hang over the side.