Las Vegas has some of the best shows in the world. Travelers planning on visiting Sin City will enjoy such entertainment as musicians, comedians, magicians, showgirls and more. Best-selling and renowned shows include the Cirque du Soleil productions, Blue Man Group, Celine Dion, David Copperfield, Elton John, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and Shania Twain. This is a list of five upcoming events, concerts and shows in Las Vegas:
The Venetian Las Vegas: Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s limited engagement “Soul2Soul” encore run will open on Oct. 25- 26 and cover 10 select weekends through April 2014. Tickets are currently on sale. For more information, contact Keith Salwoski, The Venetian Las Vegas, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wynn Las Vegas: Le Rêve – The Dream is offering the Diver’s Dream package, now available. The package includes a two night stay in a deluxe resort room at Wynn or Encore, a VIP Indulgence ticket to Le Rêve, a private backstage tour, SDI Certified scuba training session with the Le Rêve diving team and the opportunity to dive a live show. The Diver’s Dream package is $1,750 for one diver and $2,450 for two divers. For more information, contact Deanna Pettit-Irestone, Wynn Las Vegas, Deanna.email@example.com.
Fizz Las Vegas at Caesars Palace: Michael Greco and Steven Kennedy’s newly formed Marvel Management and Marketing (M3) have collaborated with David Furnish to open Fizz Las Vegas, a champagne lounge and bar. Located between The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and Forum Shops at Caesars, Fizz Las Vegas will have a selection of high-end champagnes and carefully-curated spirits. Choices of caviar, charcuterie and small plates will complement the beverage selection. For more information, contact Taylor Shields, Caesars Entertainment, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Life is Beautiful (L.I.B.): The festival unveils its art programming for the inaugural event taking place Oct. 26-27. L.I.B’s art presentations will center on live performance and several mediums of visual art. The festival’s art program consists of three separate initiatives: Rise Above: A Street Art Program; The Odyssey: A Visual Art Experience; and Theatrical Performances, bringing artists out of their traditional studios, galleries or theaters and into the streets of Downtown Las Vegas. For more information, contact Susan Magrino Agency, LIB@smapr.com.
Las Vegas Via Viva Vision Show at Fremont Street Experience: Roger Daltrey, lead singer of The Who and Jeff Victor, president of Fremont Street Experience, said at a joint press conference held at Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas that The Who will get its own Viva Vision show. The light and sound show, titled The Who – Miles Over Vegas will contain graphics built around three hit songs: "My Generation," "I Can See for Miles" and "Pinball Wizard." For more information, contact Rachel Diehl, Preferred Public Relations, Rachel@preferredpublicrelations.com.