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Must See Concerts in Las Vegas (January 2023)

If you're looking for a concert to see in Las Vegas, your options are plentiful. The city is legendary for its nightlife, and the casinos play host to many of these shows. Las Vegas is a great place to see concerts. There are so many options for seeing shows in Vegas, you’ll never be at a loss for entertainment. You can catch big name acts at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, T-Mobile Arena and The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Or you can see artists of all genres at smaller venues such as House of Blues and Vinyl inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.


In addition to its rich history as a live music mecca, Las Vegas has been home to legendary musicians like Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and Elton John who regularly performed at iconic hotels like The Flamingo or Caesars Palace during their heyday. Today’s bands typically play smaller venues such as Brooklyn Bowl (at The Linq) or Mandalay Bay Events Center but still get plenty of attention from audiences who want to see them perform live without having to make travel plans across the country!



Lionel Richie at Wynn Las Vegas (Jan 14 - 18)

If you're looking for a concert that will take you on a musical journey through decades of American music, then look no further than Lionel Richie at Wynn Las Vegas. The Grammy winner will perform his hits from the 80s and 90s as well as songs from his most recent album Tuskegee.


Weekends with Adele at Caeser Palace (Jan 20 - 21, Jan 27 - 28)

The Grammy Award-winning artist returns to Las Vegas. Adele has sold over 100 million records worldwide and has won six Grammy Awards with many more nominations. She also received honors from several organizations such as the BRIT Awards, Billboard Music Awards and American Music Awards among others. Her music has been influenced by jazz, blues, soul and R&B.


Aaron Lewis Acoustic at Orleans Showroom (Jan 20)

Aaron Lewis is a country singer and guitarist. He first gained fame as the lead vocalist of Staind, with whom he released five albums from 1996 to 2006. In 2002, Staind was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance with their single “It’s Been Awhile.”


Since then, Aaron has continued his career as a solo artist with several singles and albums under his belt. His latest album The Road (2019) explores his experiences on the road touring solo acoustic shows across America alongside fellow musicians including Chris Cornell (of Soundgarden), Jelly Roll Morton and Johnny Cash (who he covered in his performance).


Aaron will perform at Orleans Showroom on January 20th at 8pm PST as part of this tour—so grab your tickets now so you don’t miss out!


REO Speedway at Palms Casino Resort (Jan 21)

You might be tempted to think that the best concerts in Las Vegas are usually reserved for the biggest acts, but there are plenty of smaller acts who are worth seeing. If you're a fan of REO Speedwagon, then you should check out their show on January 21 at Palms Casino Resort.


The band's roots go back to Champaign, Illinois where three students met at a local bar and decided to form a band. The group is most well-known for their hits "Ridin' the Storm Out" and "Can't Fight This Feeling." They've sold over 38 million albums worldwide and had several top 40 singles throughout their career as well as being inducted into both the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2018 and Illinois' Walkway of Stars in 2016 (the same year they released their latest album).


An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live at House of Blues (Jan 25, 27, 28, & 29)

Santana, the legendary rock band that has sold over 100 million albums worldwide, is playing at House of Blues in Las Vegas on January 25, 27, 28, and 29. This is a must-see concert for all Santana fans who are looking to be transported back to their glory days and enjoy some good old rock music from one of the best bands around!


This show will be a Greatest Hits live performance so you can expect to hear tracks such as "Smooth," "Maria Maria" and many more hits off albums like Supernatural: Greatest Hits Live (1999) & Santana IV (2009). You'll get an intimate experience with these classic hits as they're performed in your own backyard.


Bryan Adams: So Happy It Hurts Tour at Wynn (Jan 25, 27, & 28)

For those who need a refresher, Bryan Adams is a Canadian singer-songwriter and musician who has had a successful music career for over 40 years. He is known for his songs "Summer of '69", "Cuts Like a Knife", and "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)". The So Happy It Hurts Tour features hits from all three decades of his career.


Bruno Mars at Dolby Live (Jan 25, 27, & 28)

If you're a fan of Bruno Mars, there's no better time to go see him in concert than this January. He'll be performing three nights in MGM Resorts' new live venue Dolby Live at the Park Theater at Monte Carlo Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas.


Bruno Mars is an American singer-songwriter, producer, and musician who has sold over 100 million records worldwide and won six Grammy Awards to date. He is best known for his hits "Just the Way You Are", "Grenade", "Uptown Funk", and "24K Magic".


Styx at The Venetian (Jan 28)

If you were around in the 1970s and 1980s, there's a good chance that Styx was a staple for your anthem-driven afternoons. Formed in Chicago in 1971 by Dennis DeYoung and guitarist Tommy Shaw, Styx has been rocking the crowd with their music for over 40 years. Their hits include "Come Sail Away," "Renegade" and "Lady." They've won multiple Grammy Awards and sold more than 40 million albums worldwide to date. The band will be performing at The Venetian on January 28th!

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