The weather is cooling off as the year winds down in Las Vegas
Vegas shows in November
Things to do in November
Cheer on Formula 1 Racers in Las Vegas
November is all about one thing: the debut of the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix on Saturday, November 18. The Las Vegas Strip has been repaved, ready to transform into a nearly 4-mile circuit where the sport's best drivers can speed through 50 laps with the iconic Sin City skyline as their backdrop. Most resorts are offering packages with access to grand stands along Las Vegas Boulevard for guaranteed up-close views of the action. Practice laps take place Thursday and Friday.
See a Concert in Las Vegas
Big names are in Vegas for concerts in November. Caesars Palace is especially busy with Adele, Rod Stewart and Garth Brooks all performing at the Colosseum this month. Other returning residencies include Keith Urban at Planet Hollywood, Santana at Mandalay Bay and Katy Perry, who plays the final dates of her "Play" residency at Resorts World (Nov. 1, 3-4). REO Speedwagon has a two-night run at the Venetian Nov. 10-11
Lavish Vegas has the best prices on all available shows. So buy your tickets today.
Enjoy Thanksgiving in Las Vegas
Thanksgiving falls on Thursday, November 23. As with any long weekend, travelers from across the country will flock to Las Vegas for shopping, dining, and more. Whether celebrating with family, friends, or just someone special, you can enjoy special holiday menus from the city's top restaurants. Many offer Thanksgiving meals to go if you feel more comfortable dining in your hotel room.
See a Comedy Show in Las Vegas
Ice Skate at the Cosmopolitan
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Las Vegas. The Ice Rink at the Cosmopolitan traditionally marks its return in November at the Boulevard Pool. Take a spin on the ice or hang out by the fire pits with seasonal cocktails, s'mores, and light bites. Holiday movies are often shown on the resort's digital marquee.
More Things to Do this Month
Visit the Hoover Dam
After shutting down for much of the pandemic, the Hoover Dam is once again welcoming guests at full capacity. The landmark is offering tours to see how the dam and power station operate with access in underground tunnels. The views from the visitors center are phenomenal.
With outdoor temperatures averaging around 55 degrees, November is an ideal time to hike through Red Rock Canyon, rent an ATV, helicopter over the Strip, or visit the Grand Canyon.