Las Vegas Shows June 2023

Get a front row experience with our guide to Las Vegas shows and events.

Featured Shows

Absinthe Las Vegas

Absinthe Las Vegas is a raunchy, outrageous variety show with jaw-dropping circus stunts and wild bawdy humor.

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From $139
Atomic Saloon Show at The Venetian Las Vegas
Atomic Saloon Show

Atomic Saloon Show is a raunchy wild west variety show at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

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From $99
"O" by Cirque du Soleil at Bellagio Las Vegas
O Cirque du Soleil

O by Cirque du Soleil is one of the best shows in Las Vegas with stunning aquatic stunts and acrobatics.

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OPM at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
OPM (formerly Opium)

OPM is a sexy, hilarious, and out-of-this-world variety show featuring acrobatics and slapstick comedy.

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From $99
Piff The Magic Dragon at Flaming Las Vegas
Piff The Magic Dragon

Piff the Magic Dragon is a hilarious mix of magic and comedy at Flamingo Hotel.

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From $53

Featured Residencies

Bruno Mars Las Vegas Residency at Park MGM
Bruno Mars

Grammy award winning artist Bruno Mars is bringing his incredible show to Park MGM in Las Vegas for a multi-show residency.

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Jerry Seinfeld Las Vegas Residency
Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld is returning to Las Vegas for a six-show residency at Caesars Palace in 2023.

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Garth Brooks: Plus One Las Vegas Residency at Caesars Palace
Garth Brooks: Plus One

Garth Brooks: Plus One residency at Caesars Palace offers fans a chance to see the country music legend.

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Weekends With Adele: Las Vegas Residency at Caesars Palace
Weekends with Adele

Adele’s residency at The Colosseum offers an amazing show featuring her signature soulful sound and powerful vocals.

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Explore Vegas Shows

Comedy Clubs & Shows

  • Absinthe

  • Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club

  • Carrot Top

  • LA Comedy Club

  • Laugh Factory

  • Mac King Comedy Magic

  • Piff The Magic Dragon

  • Potted Potter

  • Tape Face

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Concerts & Residencies


  • Bruno Mars

  • Garth Brooks: Plus One

  • Keith Urban

  • Maroon 5

  • Miranda Lambert: Velvet Rodeo

  • Rod Stewart: The Hits

  • Sting: My Songs

  • Usher – My Way

  • Weekends with Adele

Cirque du Soleil

  • KÀ

  • Mad Apple

  • Michael Jackson ONE

  • Mystère

  • O Cirque du Soleil

  • The Beatles LOVE

Magic Shows

  • David Copperfield

  • Mac King Comedy Magic

  • Mat Franco

  • Paranormal Mind Reading

  • Penn & Teller

  • Piff The Magic Dragon

Musicals & Tributes

  • Australian Bee Gees

  • Blue Man Group

  • Jabbawockeez

  • Menopause The Musical

  • Michael Jackson ONE

  • MJ Live

  • Terry Fator

  • The Beatles LOVE

Variety Shows

  • Absinthe

  • America’s Got Talent Live

  • Atomic Saloon Show

  • Jabbawockeez

  • Mad Apple

  • OPM (formerly Opium)

  • Tournament of Kings

  • V The Ultimate Variety Show

  • WOW – The Vegas Spectacular

Las Vegas Shows FAQ

Here are the most frequently asked questions about Las Vegas shows and events:

The best show to see in Vegas is Atomic Saloon Show. The adults-only variety show combines music, comedy, and burlesque to create an outrageous Wild West atmosphere.

The show features a cast of talented performers from all over the world who bring a unique blend of improvisation and hard-hitting spectacle. With a mix of classic Vegas glamour and modern twists, Atomic Saloon Show is one of Las Vegas’ top entertainment experiences.

Other popular shows include:

Check out our entire list of best shows in Las Vegas.

The biggest acts in Las Vegas are Adele, Garth Brooks, and Bruno Mars.

Adele has performed sold-out shows worldwide, and her Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum is no different.

Garth Brooks is about to start his residency at Caesars Palace, with every show already sold out.

Bruno Mars is another big-name act with a successful Las Vegas residency at Park MGM Hotel & Casino.

Other popular acts include:

The best Cirque du Soleil show is “O” by Cirque du Soleil. This show is a beautifully choreographed aquatic spectacle inside the spectacular Bellagio.

The show tells the story of an unlikely love between two unlikely characters and features acrobats, dancers, and synchronized swimmers performing incredible feats in, on, above, and around a massive water stage.

Other popular Cirque du Soleil shows include:

Check out our list of the best Cirque du Soleil shows in Las Vegas for more details.

Finding cheap show tickets in Vegas has become very difficult, and you no longer find big discounts at the ticket booths on The Strip.

However, there are some ways to get discounted tickets. You can find discounted tickets on sites such as Groupon.

You can also try attending shows during the week or outside of peak times. This can help you get cheaper tickets as the venues will be less crowded and, therefore, have more discounted tickets available.

Also, if you plan in advance and purchase your tickets online at, many venues offer discounts for early purchases. So it is always best to buy your tickets before taking advantage of these discounts.

Overall, the best way to get cheap show tickets in Vegas is to plan ahead and take advantage of any available discounted ticket offers. Doing so will ensure you don’t pay the full price for your show tickets.

It would be best to arrive at a Vegas show at least 30 minutes before showtime, and Las Vegas shows tend to start on time.

This will give you enough time to get through the ticketing and seating processes and allow some extra time for traffic or other unexpected delays.

If you are attending a show at one of the larger venues, such as Allegiant Stadium, T-Mobile Arena, or MGM Grand Garden Arena, it is best to arrive an hour before showtime to ensure you don’t miss any of the action.

If you are attending a show in one of the smaller venues like Dolby Live, House of Blues, or Brooklyn Bowl, it is best to arrive 30 minutes before showtime as there may not be much seating available once the show starts.

Traffic in Las Vegas can be awful near 6:00 PM due to everyone trying to get to dinners and shows, so it’s best to leave extra time if you’re attending a show.

No matter what show you attend, the earlier you arrive, the better, as it will ensure you don’t miss any of the action.

Yes, you can wear jeans to Las Vegas shows. Most shows are casual and relaxed, without a dress code. So clothing such as jeans would be appropriate.

However, if you plan on going to a nightclub or fancy restaurant, more formal attire, such as suits or dresses, may be required, so you should check the dress code before attending.