Best concerts in Vegas this fall

Elton John million dollar piano

Most visitors to Las Vegas have at one time or another taken in a Vegas show or concert.  Vegas offers a variety of musical talent with several casinos hosting past and present superstars of rock, country, and more.  Below are some of the shows that visitors to Las Vegas can look forward to this fall.

Elton John’s Million Dollar Piano

Elton John million dollar piano

The “Rocket Man” himself puts on amazing performances five nights at week at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.  He originally came to Caesars in 2009 to perform 75 shows but was so successful that his stay has been extended to include 241 shows over 5 years.

The show is called simply amazing with fans standing, singing, and dancing to many of his classic songs.  Shows run from Wednesday through Sunday and tickets are available from $55 to $250.

Steel Panther

Steel Panther

Any fan of rock and roll and Vegas concerts needs to check out Steel Panther at least once.  The band formerly known as Metal Skool performs weekly at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay.

The band is known for their humorous and profane lyrics as they shoot straight from the hip and parody the glam metal music era of the 1980’s  They perform each Saturday and tickets are just $20.

Intimate Evening with Santana

An intimate evening with carlos santana

For one week only in November, the House of Blues hosts An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live – Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow. Carlos Santana performs his top hits and most memorable songs that spans decades.

This special event will run from November 7th through November 11th and tickets are still available ranging from $89 to $750

The above is just a small sampling of the concerts that are available for music fans.  What’s great about Vegas concerts is that it doesn’t matter whether you are a Vegas high roller or someone on a budget as there are usually great shows to fit in your budget.

If you are planning a trip this fall, consider attending one of the above concert or do your own research for a great show.  Either way, have fun and enjoy your time in Vegas.


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