The 8 Best Shows to See in Las Vegas This Winter

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Las Vegas has long been a popular destination for those seeking a lively, exciting and glamorous getaway. From its unique themed hotels to its flashy nightclubs, it’s no wonder why. Another important part of the Las Vegas experience is taking in a show, from its high-flying circus acts to performances by classical singers. If you’re looking to catch a show the next time you visit, here are 8 you won’t want to miss.

1. The O of Cirque Du Soleil

If you’re looking to enjoy a classic Las Vegas show, head to the Bellagio to see the Cirque Du Soleil show. This fascinating circus has been performing at the Bellagio since 1998 and includes unique and truly memorable acts that include everything from synchronized swimming to aerial silks performers. Tickets are available online.

2. The Blue Man Group

Here’s another great option for those looking to enjoy a classic Vegas show: Blue Man Group! This spectacular show, with its titular blue cast and plenty of audience interaction, has been running in Luxor since 2000. Blue Man Group tickets are available online.

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The Blue Man Group

3. David Copperfield

A visit to Las Vegas is a great opportunity to see world-renowned magician David Copperfield perform live. This famous magician has been behind some mind-boggling illusions, including one in which he made the Statue of Liberty appear to disappear and another in which he appeared to walk through the Great Wall of China. His Las Vegas show doesn’t feature any of those specific tricks, but he shows off countless other memorable illusions. He can buy tickets for the show online.

David Copperfield

4. Weekends with Adele

Grammy Award-winning artist Adele will bring her talent to the Colosseum. Beginning November 18, Adele will spend multiple weekends performing in Las Vegas; rescheduled dates of a race in Las Vegas that she had to postpone. Due to the popularity of the show and the limited number of tickets, those interested in attending will want to purchase tickets as soon as possible.

Weekends with Adele

5. THE Katy Perry GAME

Adele isn’t the only notable music artist with an upcoming Las Vegas stint. Pop singer Katy Perry returns to Resorts World Las Vegas for the Ella Play Ella concert, which has featured a set list that includes all of Ella’s most popular hits, from Teenage Dream to Dark Horse. Her previous shows at Resorts World were praised for her flamboyant, larger-than-life feel. Tickets for Katy Perry are available online.

katy perry game

6. The crazy apple of Cirque Du Soleil

“O” is far from the only Cirque Du Soleil show in Las Vegas. One of their newer shows, Mad Apple, may not have the long runtime of shows like “O,” but it’s still worth a watch. This New York City-inspired circus extravaganza aims to celebrate the Big Apple through a lively mix of magic tricks, comedy, and of course, death-defying acrobatic acts. Tickets for Mad Apple are available online.

The crazy apple of Cirque Du Soleil

7. John Legend’s love in Las Vegas

12-time Grammy Award-winning artist John Legend kicked off his Las Vegas residency in April 2022, and his show is the perfect way to spend the night! He can expect a concert that averages 90 minutes and features some of his hit songs like All Of Me. Tickets for John Legend are available online.

John Legend's love in Las Vegas

8. The Penn and Teller program

Here’s another great option for those who enjoy magic shows! Master magicians Penn and Teller showcase their years of experience in both magic and comedy at the Rio Las Vegas. Tickets are available online.

The Penn and Teller Show

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