Top 10 Events to Check Out in Vegas This November

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Las Vegas is a town with a seemingly endless list of things to do. The “City of Lights” has attractions, performances, and special events on virtually every corner, usually featuring the biggest names and boldest acts in the world of entertainment. So, what is worth seeing in November?

The Las Vegas Golden Knights

For so long, Las Vegas and sports have gone hand in hand, yet not until this October did a professional team reside in the active metropolis. With the Las Vegas Golden Knights, the new NHL expansion team, visitors to “Sin City” can finally see a team from one of the four major sports.

The Golden Knights play at T-Mobile Arena, placing attendees right next to other popular venues and casinos like the Monte Carlo and New York-New York, making it easy to enjoy other activities after the game.


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David Copperfield at MGM Grand

The showman will bring his magical acts and illusions to the 1,800 square foot David Copperfield Theater in the MGM Grand complex. He’ll be playing all of November, with showtimes at 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m., and once a week at 4 p.m. for a Saturday matinee. 

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Penn & Teller

The world-famous duo, known for their unconventional blend of magic and comedy, are playing throughout November at Rio Las Vegas. Penn & Teller have become a Vegas staple, performing in the famous city since 1993, and in the Rio since 2001.

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Tape Face

Following a successful 2016 - which featured his debut in Vegas, a spot in the finals of America's Got Talent, and a sold-out tour in the UK - the stage performer takes his act back to Bugsy's Cabaret at Flamingo Las Vegas. Drawing from silent film, miming, magic, and puppetry, Tape Face has created a unique show that has risen in popularity since its inception.

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Vegas! The Show

Get a glimpse of a Vegas gone by with this musical story that pays homage to Las Vegas legends, recreating some of the most famous performances and events in the city’s history. The Broadway-style production will play in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, with musical numbers, dance routines, and specialty acts all in one show.

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Le Reve - The Dream

Voted “Best Production Show” in Las Vegas seven times, this lauded performance arts production features underwater ballet, high dives, and carefully choreographed aerial stunts. Le Reve – The Dream will play at the Wynn Las Vegas in Paradise, Fridays-Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

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Tom Green

The comedian and television star, most known for his MTV program "The Tom Green Show," is performing his stand-up comedy routine in the Back Room at Bally's Las Vegas all month long. The show will play four nights a week, and marks his first extended stay in Vegas.

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Elton John: "The Million Dollar Piano"

The iconic singer, songwriter and his band will perform exclusively at The Colosseum inside Caesars Palace, with his personalized piano serving as the centerpiece of the performance. The 3,000-pound piano is an engineering marvel that displays 68 LED video screens that light up the stage with the help of cutting edge visual effects and a unique set design. 

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Britney Spears: "Piece of Me"

The world-famous pop star is back in Vegas with a run of shows inside The Axis at Planet Hollywood. Her show will include daring performances of her many hit singles, old and new, with state-of-the-art light and sound effects and an indoor projection screen that makes for an electrifying show.

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An Intimate Evening with Santana

Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana is performing at The House of Blues Las Vegas this month, and the venue is offering two packages that include priority access to the music hall, a bottle of champagne or wine, a pre-show dinner, and more.

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