Las Vegas may be the entertainment capital of the world -- so you can expect that shows will always be coming and going. We take a look at what's happening in Sin City so you can plan your trip!

Going Gaga in Las Vegas

The Little Monsters are invading Las Vegas! Lady Gaga is bringing two distinct shows to MGM's Park Theater for a new residency starting December 28th.

You can see her over-the-top Enigma show or opt for a jazz and piano show featuring stripped down versions of her hits and songs from the great American songbook.

If you can't wait until December, or aren't ready to make a trip, you can still catch Lady Gaga alongside Bradley Cooper in the remake of A Star is Born, hitting theaters near you on October 5.

Leaving Las Vegas

There are plenty of divas with Las Vegas residencies, but none compare to Jenny from the Block. The fabulous Jennifer Lopez is leaving Las Vegas after a longterm residency.

You have until September 29th to see her show at Planet Hollywood Resort, but you can continue to see her in your living room with World of Dance and the last season of Shades of Blue, both on ABC.

Viva Las Vegas

Divas comes and divas go, but Mindfreaks may be eternal. Illusionist Criss Angel is closing his Luxor show, but moving to Planet Hollywood with a bring new Criss Angel: Mindfreak production. The show will includes 2o never-before-seen-effects that are sure to blow minds.

Previews begin in December with an official opening set for early 2019.

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