Las Vegas February shows and concerts are perfect for end-of-winter weekend getaways
Las Vegas knows how to fill a short month with enough attractions and events to keep your schedule packed with plenty of action. It’s a great time to be a sports fan, whether betting on the Super Bowl or the Vegas Golden Knights. The weather can be cold but will begin to show signs of spring before warming up in March.
Things to do in February
Watch the Super Bowl in Las Vegas
Super Bowl LV takes place in Tampa on February 7, but there are still many great places to watch the Big Game in Las Vegas. Find time to place a bet at one of the many sportsbooks on the Strip.
Fans are also getting deep into the new NHL season. While you can’t buy tickets to watch the Vegas Golden Knights take the ice at the T-Mobile Arena, you can still bet on the team and take part in viewing parties (with limited capacity) at select sports bars.
See a Concert or Show in Las Vegas
Stay up to date with other concert headliners in February.
Celebrate Holidays in Las Vegas
Chinese New Year is February 12, but the Lunar calendar is celebrated with a festival that runs February 11-26. Most of the big resorts will be decked out in Asian decor, including the free Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio. If past years are any indication, The LINQ will have regular themed performances on the promenade.
Couples heading to Vegas for some February romance will want to book early. Hotels and restaurants will be busy on Valentine’s Day. Make the holiday extra entertaining with one of our top 5 shows to see on Valentine’s Day. (Check for the latest schedules and coronavirus restrictions.) If you plan to tie the knot, micro-weddings have become a popular option these days in Las Vegas.
While every three-day weekend is busy in Las Vegas, President’s Day weekend (February 13–15) tends to be the least crowded and crazy. Take advantage of the cool temperatures and reasonable prices. Valentine’s Day also happens to fall on the same weekend this year.
See a Comedian in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is full of comedy clubs and shows.
Recommended February Attractions
Drink FREE in Las Vegas: Lucky for you, LavishVegas knows where the free drinks and open bars are at the hottest clubs and bars on the strip. Events are added without much notice. Check our bar page before and during your visit. Login with your Facebook account to review the special offers.
Stroll the Strip: Check out the hotels, casinos, bars, and restaurants up and down the Strip. Pose for a photo with a street performer, but remember – they expect tips. Walking the Strip will almost certainly leave you feeling hungry and thirsty. Use our interactive mobile map for walk times and to find nearby restaurants, bars, and activities.
Hit the Slopes: Comfortably cool Las Vegas weather makes February ideal for exploring the nearby canyons and mountains. Visitors enjoy more time for outdoor activities without the restrictions of the summer heat. The Lee Canyon Ski and snowboard resort at Mount Charleston is only 50 miles from the Strip. Here, thrillseekers can tackle the slopes while kids play in the snow.
Adrenaline Rush: The basins and ranges surrounding Las Vegas provide plenty of challenging terrain for adrenaline-inducing activities, such as Jeep, ATV, UTV, and dune buggy tours. Off-roading is one of the best ways to see and photograph the unique shapes and earthy, pastel colors of the American Southwest, including the Nellis Dunes, Hidden Valley, and the Mojave Desert. Head to the Grand Canyon’s west rim, which is just a couple of hours away (or 45 minutes by helicopter). Considered one of the seven wonders of the natural world, the canyon is over a mile deep and offers visitors hiking, rafting, and horseback riding.
Tours: Pink Jeep Tours are popular for their excellent service and variety. The tours include the Strip, Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon, Grand Canyon, Death Valley, Valley of Fire, and more. If you’re looking for something mellower, try the Big Bus Tour around the Strip and Downtown Fremont Street area. The open double-decker buses allow you to hop on and off at many different Vegas landmarks, including the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign. The top-level provides unobstructed views, perfect for photographs.
Visit Red Rock: Located less than 20 miles from the Strip, Red Rock Canyon is one of the most impressive sights in the Las Vegas Valley. The National Conservation Area features 19 scenic trails for hiking, ranging from easy one-hour strolls to difficult five-hour climbs. While the hikes themselves are free, the land is owned and operated by the U.S. Department of the Interior. They charge a very reasonable flat rate per vehicle.
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