Best Vegas Shows on a Budget
Las Vegas is one of the live entertainment capitals of the world. We’ve rounded up Sin City’s cheapest shows worth seeing, with tickets on SeatGeek now!
Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life
With their first single in five years, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” Backstreet’s back, alright! The iconic boy band is larger than life with their record-breaking residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Relive those nostalgic ‘90s and early 2000s with a set of 20 of their greatest hits. For part of the show they perform on risers in the center of the venue, so everybody can get a good view of that killer choreo. “Tell me why” tickets are only $64?
Lionel Richie: All The Hits
“We’re going to party, karamu, fiesta, forever… all night long” with the ‘80s superstar. Lionel Richie — All The Hits at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino delivers exactly what it promises. Richie has a constant smile, bringing vibrant energy in his performances and conversations with the audience. Get tickets as cheap as $30.
Miss singing along to “Closer” on the radio everyday? Don’t miss your chance to do it IRL with the Grammy-winning duo at Xs The Nightclub at Encore. They wrap up their Vegas residency this August, with all the lights and confetti you could want in an EDM concert. The show is two hours long with fifteen songs, including every infectious hit. Experience the chart-topping sensations for just $84.
Countless stand up stars have performed on Laugh Factory’s iconic neon stage (you’ll recognize it when you see it). While most are rising stars, the club is known for pros like Russell Peters dropping in for surprise sets, too. Both the fresh and seasoned talent at this Tropicana Resort & Casino comedy club will have you in stitches for as little as $62.
Barry Manilow: The Hits Come Home
The living legend is a Vegas staple, with half a decade of residency experience under his belt. He returns after a few years off with the brand new “Manilow Las Vegas: The Hits Come Home” at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino. After all these years, he sings impressively close to his countless hits’ original recordings. Manilow knows how to put on a show, making his way around the venue on a giant horseshoe suspended in air for the grand finale. Tickets start at just $60.
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