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When Will Concerts Resume in Las Vegas?

After a temporary Nevada-wide shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Las Vegas businesses are slowly resuming operations. However, much like the rest of the country, the entertainment scene remains on hold with little-to no word on when concerts and other entertainment events will resume. Some venues continue to list shows dates within the upcoming weeks and months, but there’s no guarantee those performers will be cleared to take the stage in time. Any tickets should be purchased with caution, although any cancelled shows will be refunded.

The Vegas shutdown took a bite out of what was shaping up to be a momentous year for Strip residencies. Lady Gaga remains one of the top draws at The Park Theater inside the Park MGM along with Aerosmith, Cher and Bruno Mars. Expect all of those acts to still do big business when dates officially resume.

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace bid farewell to an iconic run by Celine Dion in 2019 and underwent a dramatic renovation. Top acts on the theater’s roster include  Reba, Brooks & Dunn, Mariah Carey and Rod Stewart plus new-in-2020 residencies by Sting and Keith Urban.

Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood counts Shania Twain, Christina Aguilera, and Pitbull among its current headliners. Kelly Clarkson was set to kick off her “Invincible” residency in early April, but the debut is now delayed. Gwen Stefani was scheduled to wrap up her “Just a Girl” run in May, but those dates were cancelled. She promised to return to Vegas as soon as possible to make them up.

When Vegas returns to normal, it will also be a great time to catch big-name acts in smaller venues. Drake plays sporadic dates at Wynn Encore’s XS Nightclub while Santana remains the most high-profile resident headliner at the House of Blues inside Mandalay Bay.

The future of Las Vegas nightclubs remains up in the air. The three-day dusk-to-dawn Electric Daisy Carnival was delayed from May to October before being pushed back again to 2021. The electronic dance music festival traditionally takes place every spring at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Comedy fans will eventually be able to once again see top acts at Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at The LINQ and the Aces of Comedy series of rotating headliners at the Mirage.

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