Las Vegas doubles down on entertainment during the summer season. From resident headliners to touring acts and sets by hilarious stand-up comedians, there are many ways to experience the destination’s unparalleled stages this summer.

Can’t-Miss Concerts

Bands, pop stars and basically anyone touring this summer will certainly end up in Vegas. Here are some top picks for the season.

  • Allegiant Stadium keeps the music going with some of the music industry’s biggest stars. Latin pop star Karol G (Friday, Aug. 11), K-pop group Blackpink (Friday, Aug. 18), queen bee Beyonce with Brandi Carlisle and Grouplove (Saturday, Aug. 26 to Sunday, Aug. 27), and singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran (Saturday, Sept. 9) complete the stadium’s summer lineup.
  • AREA15 offers a lineup of performers this season, including The Drums with Coldhart (Saturday, July 15); Black Country, New Road (Tuesday, Sept. 5); and George Clanton with Frost Children and Death’s Dynamic Shroud (Wednesday, Sept. 13).
  • Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino presents Godsmack and Staind (Saturday, Aug. 26), Weezer (Friday, Sept. 1), Van Morrison (Wednesday, Sept. 6 through Saturday, Sept. 9), Gloria Trevi (Friday, Sept. 15), Los Ángeles Azules (Saturday, Sept. 16) and the 90s Pop Tour (Sunday, Sept. 17).
  • The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers something for everyone this season, with acts including Jimmy Eat World with the Manchester Orchestra (Saturday, July 22), Smashing Pumpkins (Friday, July 28 and Sunday, July 30), Joe Bonamassa (Friday, Aug. 4) and Brent Faiyaz (Sunday, Sept. 3).
  • Dolby Live at Park MGM hosts Luis Miguel from Friday, Sept. 15 through Sunday, Sept. 17.
  • The Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas offers sets by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit with Deer Tick (Sunday, July 16), Maxwell (Wednesday, Aug. 9 and Friday, Aug. 11 to Saturday, Aug. 12), and George Benson (Friday, Aug. 18).
  • Fremont Street Experience presents its Downtown Rocks free concert series throughout the season, including sets from The All-American Rejects (Saturday, July 15), Taking Back Sunday (Saturday, Aug. 19), Young the Giant (Saturday, Sept. 2) and Neon Trees (Saturday, Sept. 16).
  • House of Blues Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino offers a concert from Belinda Carlisle (Tuesday, Aug. 22) and a night with Todrick Hall (Tuesday, Sept. 19).
  • MGM Grand Garden Arena at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino presents concerts from Peso Pluma (Friday, July 21); Big Time Rush (Saturday, Aug. 12); Jelly Roll (Friday, Sept. 1); a lineup featuring LL Cool JThe RootsDJ Jazzy JeffZ-TripSalt N PepaIce-TRakim (Friday, Sept. 8); Maluma (Wednesday, Sept. 13), RBD (Thursday, Sept. 14), and Alejandro Fernández (Friday, Sept. 15 to Saturday, Sept. 16).
  • Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino brings the noise with concerts from Santa Fe Clan (Saturday, July 29), Beck and Phoenix (Saturday, Aug. 12) and Banda MS (Friday, Sept. 15).
  • Pearl Theater at Palms Casino Resort also is putting on sets by Sammy Hagar & The Circle (Saturday, July 15), 3 Doors Down (Sunday, July 16), Peter Frampton (Friday, Aug. 18), Lamb of God (Monday, Aug. 25), Counting Crows (Saturday, Sept. 2) and Matute (Saturday, Sept. 9).
  • Sunset Station welcomes Trace Adkins to its amphitheater on Friday, July 28.
  • The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas is hosting a number of acts throughout the summer season, including Stephen Marley (Thursday, July 13), Los Tucanes de Tijuana (Saturday, July 15), Falling in Reverse (Friday, July 21 to Saturday, July 22), Eorzean Symphony (Sunday, July 30), Banda El Recodo (Friday, Aug. 11), The Head and the Heart (Saturday, Aug. 12), The Australian Pink Floyd Show (Friday, Aug. 18), Danzig (Friday, Aug. 25), The Revivalists and Band of Horses (Wednesday, Sept. 6) and Gerardo Ortiz and El Yaki (Thursday, Sept. 14).
  • T-Mobile Arena kicks things off with Nickelback (Saturday, July 15) and follows the show with Lil Baby and The Kid LAROI (Friday, Aug. 4), Greta Van Fleet (Saturday, Aug. 12), Zach Bryan (Saturday, Aug. 19), Duran Duran (Saturday, Aug. 26), Drake with 21 Savage (Friday, Sept. 1 to Saturday, Sept. 2), Carin Leon (Thursday, Sept. 14), Marco Antonio (Friday, Sept. 15) and Maná (Sunday, Sept. 17).
  • The Venetian Theatre at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas hosts Emmanuel on Friday, Sept. 15 to Saturday, Sept. 16.