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Las Vegas January 2024

January promises to be a quiet, affordable month in Las Vegas

Average temperature low and high: 39° - 58°
The city spends part of January cleaning up from New Year’s events and preparing for the spring tourism rush, but those indulging in Sin City nightlife may find benefits on a budget. Covers at nightclubs are usually lower and lines shorter with more room on the dance floor. You could save on hotels and shows too. Just remember to bring a jacket and bundle up!

Things to do in January

See a Concert in Las Vegas

Kick off the new year with live entertainment. After a short holiday break, Adele resumes her in-demand Vegas residency on January 20. "Weekends with Adele" runs Friday and Saturday nights through March 25. Bruno Mars performs at Dolby Live inside the Park MGM from January 25 to February 14. Lionel Richie returns to the Encore Theater at Wynn January 14-18, while Bryan Adams plays six shows in the same venue between January 25 and February 4. Classic rock act, Styx, returns to the Venetian Theatre, kicking off a run of five shows on January 27. 

More Las Vegas headliners will be performing throughout the month.

See a Spectacular Stage Show in Las Vegas

The Smith Center is gearing up for a momentous 2023, kicking off the year in style with Bugs Bunny at the Symphony (featuring animation and live music by the Las Vegas Philharmonic January 7), Arron Sorkin's adaption of To Kill a Mockingbird January 10-15 and Moulin Rouge! The Musical January 19 to February 5.

See a Trade Show in Las Vegas

The Consumer Technology Association’s International CES 2023 trade show is expected to bring more than 200,400 people to Las Vegas between January 5 and 8. It's one of the city’s largest conventions, both in the number of attendees and economic impact. The show is so large it occupies space in the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Wynn, and Encore, the Sands Expo Center at the Palazzo and Venetian, and CityCenter, which consists of the Aria, Park MGM, and Vdara.

After sticking to a digital format for two years due to the pandemic, the AVN Expo & Awards is making an in-person comeback in 2023 at Resorts World. The event honors players in the adult entertainment industry with an expo January 4-7 and the lavish AVN Awards (also known as the "Oscars of Porn") on the final night.

Laugh at a Comedy Show in Las Vegas

Some big names in comedy are coming to Las Vegas this month. The Wynn welcomes performances by Sebastian Maniscalco (January 6-7) and Chris Tucker (January 20-21). The Aces of Comedy series will host stand-up shows by Trevor Wallace, Wayne Brady, Daniel Tosh and Sam Morril throughout the month. Joe Gatto's Night of Comedy comes to the Virgin Hotels Theater on January 15.

Catch the Excitement of Live Sports in Las Vegas

January generally marks the mid-season point for the NHL, making it a great time to see how the Vegas Golden Knights are shaping up in the run for the Stanley Cup. Stay up to date with our full schedule of games. It's also a big month for the Las Vegas Raiders, who play former Bay Area rivals, the San Francisco 49ers, on New Year's Day and wrap up the regular NFL season with a home game at Allegiant Stadium against the Los Angeles Chargers January 7 or 8. 

Recommended January Attractions

The Neon Museum: Located outside the trendy Downtown area, the Neon Museum is a boneyard for a bygone era, featuring acres of electric nostalgia from old Vegas hotels and businesses. It is affordable, even for large families, and offers great opportunities for photography.
The Mob Museum: Located in the old Downtown courthouse, the Mob Museum offers a wide variety of exhibits dedicated to the history of mobsters and organized crime. Grab a drink in the downstairs speakeasy-style bar, which has its own built-in distillery.
Downtown Container Park: Families will want to check out this unique attraction. Located just east of the Fremont Experience, old cargo shipping containers have become a great place for affordable food, boutique shopping, live entertainment and a play area for kids with a tree house.

More Things to Do in Las Vegas

January Vegas Headliners & Concerts

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