Las Vegas Joints
all kinds of music venues in Las Vegas and tons of concerts every month. Here
are some places to see your favorite bands:
- Inside the Hardrock, it's an intimate
setting hosting some of the most acclaimed artists.
House of Blues
- A popular venue inside Mandalay
with a wide range of artists.
MGM Grand Garden Arena
- Hosts everything from
concerts to boxing.
Thomas and Mack Center
- A very large stadium and
home of the UNLV Runnin' Rebels hosts everything from concerts to Rodeos.
Sam Boyd Stadium
- An outdoor stadium that can seat
as many as 32,000. It hosts some of the largest concerts.
- Next door to the Thomas and Mack,
this is a smaller venue and hosts NBA summer league along with smaller concerts.
Theatre for the
Performing Arts at Planet Hollywood
- Seating 7,000, it is the only theatre of its kind in the US. It
hosts a variety of events from stand-up comedians to concerts.
- Known for a great sound system
and seating that ensures everyone has a great view.
Las Vegas Hilton
Has a giant stage and clear acoustics. 1,700 seats and all
very close to the stage.
- Two separate outdoor stages beneath the
Viva Vision canopy host free concerts every week.
smaller than the MGM Grand Garden Arena, it hosts more
intimate and up-close concerts within the MGM Grand.
smaller names in the music industry but offers table seating
and a great atmosphere.
- At the Encore
next to the Wynn, hosts some big names in a close setting.
the Tropicana, this theatre hosts occasional concerts with a
combination of booth and theatre seating for fans.
Treasure Island Theatre
is the home of Cirque Du Soleil's Mystere, however on the
weeks Mystere is dark the state-of-the-art theatre hosts
various musicians, comedians, and performers.
- Inside the
Palms, this showroom keeps all the action close even
allowing musicians to mix with the crowd.
Le Theatre Des Arts
the Paris, this is home for ongoing shows such as Berry Manilow, but also hosts headline artists on occasion.
inside the Rio, this small venue hosts many bands past and
And there are dozens of
smaller venues throughout Las Vegas, not to mention every
casino has at least one house band playing nightly and
stages all sorts where more well-known artists will play
from time to time.