Viva Las Vegas! Big Stars & Big Residencies
There’s something for everyone in Las Vegas -- the entertainment capital of the world! Over the past 15 years, the fabled strip has become home to the world's biggest music icons and their biggest shows. With so much entertainment, it's hard to keep track of it all, so here's our handy guide.
Lady Gaga - So Big She Needs TWO Shows
Whether you're a longtime Little Monster or jazzed up by A Star is Born, Lady Gaga has something for everyone.
You can go on an odyssey of her pop hits with Lady Gaga: Enigma, a show that promises an experience unlike any other.
Or you can unwind with Lady Gaga: Jazz and Piano, a stripped-down version of her hits along with music from the Great American Songbook.
Both shows can be found at the Park Theater.
Britney Spears Dominates the Strip
The pop princess is back with Britney Spears: Domination at the Park Theater.
The new residency was announced with an over-the-top surprise in front of the new Park MGM — a drive by of a mobile stage and performers on the back of a truck in a motorcade.
That's one way to take over the strip!
Diana Ross's Vegas Birthday Party
It's her 75th birthday, and everyone is invited! Diana Ross is bringing her eternal talent to the Wynn Las Vegas with Diamond Diana in February.
Lady Antebellum's First Residency
You don't have to be a country fan to love Lady Antebellum, and you don't have to visit Nashville to see their show!
The country/rock/pop crossover group continues to blur lines in their first residency Lady Antebellum: Our Kind of Vegas hitting Palms Las Vegas inside the Pearl Concert Theater starting in February.
Aerosmith is Livin' on the Edge in Las Vegas
The legends of rock will rattle Las Vegas when Aerosmith: Deuces are Wild hits the Park Theater this April.
Steven Tyler's epic screams will be accompanied by state-of-the-art audio and video technology to create a concert experience unlike anything in the band's history.
Leaving Las Vegas - Your Last Chance!
Vegas is a city of constant change, so it's not surprising that with every new show, something else has to go. Fortunately, you've still got a little time to catch these acts before the curtain comes down.
Backstreet Boys: Larger than Live
Backstreet has been back at Planet Hollywood Resorts & Casino for a while now, but the show comes to an end in April
Céline Dion - The Diva Who Stole Las Vegas
Last, and so far from least is Céline Dion. She is the artist who paved the way for residencies, and, 15 years after her first show premiered, her reign will come to an end.
For the time being, the unparalleled songstress can be seen at the majestic Caesar's Palace Colosseum, but it is set to close in June.