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Las Vegas Concerts 2019

Some big-name headliners are performing in Las Vegas throughout 2019. High-profile superstar divas are leading the pack with first-time residencies. Janet Jackson is taking over the Park Theater inside the Park MGM. Her career-spanning “Metamorphosis” recreates scenes and images from her most iconic videos. The show is scheduled for dates in May, July, August and possibly beyond. Just in time for summer, Christina Aguilera brings “The Xperience” to Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood. The residency will run through at least June, July and September. Just off the Strip, Cardi B is the most buzzworthy headliner at the brand new KAOS nightclub. She’ll play sporadic shows over the next two years. Just remember, these are club gigs, so expect the rapper to go on late (sometimes very late) and only perform a handful of songs. If that wasn’t enough, the original pop diva is coming to Las Vegas. Madonna is bringing her “Madame X” tour to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace for three dates in November. It’s a relatively intimate venue for the pop icon, who typically plays arenas and stadiums. Some suspect the shows could be a test run for a long-term Vegas residency down the line.

Sin City is excited to welcome back a pair of familiar faces. Pitbull returns to the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood to continue (and possibly wrap up) his “Time of our Lives” residency. After taking some time away from Vegas for a world tour, Bruno Mars continues his on-and-off run at the Park Theater. Following dates in April and May, the “Uptown Funk” singer returns for more Vegas action in September.

Hot on the heels of a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction, Def Leppard is returning to Las Vegas for a second residency. This time around, the British act is playing Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood, making them the first hard rock headliner to play the high-tech concert hall. While their previous run featured the “Hysteria” album in its entirety, “Def Leppard Hits Las Vegas: The Sin City Residency” should be a more encompassing and varied setlist of the band’s entire career. Journey will set up shop in October for a short-term run at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The classic rockers are playing just nine shows, so pick up tickets as soon as possible. However, Aerosmith are the kings of the Las Vegas rock scene. The band has extended their “Deuces are Wild” residency at the Park Theater with select dates between now and the end of the year — with more to possibly come.  

The Park Theater is also home to Lady Gaga, who opened her “Enigma” residency to rave reviews at the end of 2018 and is guaranteed to remain a hot ticket throughout the year. The singer and actress is riding a wave of momentum from her leading role in “A Star is Born” and smash hit “Shallow.” She works in occasional “Jazz + Piano” shows in the same venue. Another act who likes to mix things up is Mariah Carey. The singer is returning to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace for the holiday-themed “All I Want for Christmas is You” in November. She’ll be back at the same theater in February to resume her hits-oriented “The ButterFly Returns” residency.

Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel is revisiting his Vegas roots with his new comedy club at The LINQ outdoor promenade. The two-story venue seats up to 300 people, and while Kimmel usually won’t be in attendance, he is taking a hands-on role in choosing the headliners.

On the flip side, a few big names are wrapping up longtime residencies in 2019. After eight years, Celine Dion performs her final shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in June. Donny & Marie are also saying goodbye. The sibling Osmond duo are scheduled to play their last dates at the Flamingo in November, wrapping up a nine-year run. 90s superstar Paula Abdul will take over the same stage with her “Forever Your Girl: The Las Vegas Residency” with dates starting in August and running through 2020.

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