Vegas to Host Collection of Residencies This Spring

The Backstreet Boys aren’t the only ones leaving their mark in Las Vegas this spring. From comedy acts to musical talents and everything in between, a wide variety of shows are set to take over Vegas’ most popular hotels in the coming months. 

Known for its collection of engaging shows for every age group and preference, Las Vegas nightlife holds a reputable accolade when it comes to entertainment; perhaps the reason it has been loosely dubbed as the entertainment capital of the world. To add to the excitement, the hustling and bustling city will play host to five new and returning shows this spring:

Magic Mike Live 

Based on the hit films “Magic Mike” and “Magic Mike XXL,” Magic Mike Live will recreate the Club Domina as a cabaret nightclub space inside the Hard Rock Hotel designed to capture the full essence of the increasingly popular Magic Mike franchise. 

The show was conceived and co-directed by the lead of the Magic Mike franchise, Channing Tatum. Although Tatum himself won’t be in the show, thirteen of the hottest men will take over for him. Hold on tight ladies and gentlemen, Magic Mike Live is ready to bring the heat with acrobatic strip teases and themed dances punctuated by a wildly diverse troupe of performers. Tickets can be purchased at

Human Nature Jukebox

Australia’s top selling pop group blends retro and contemporary sounds to bring guests the ultimate jukebox show. Mixing pop classics with Doo-Wop, Motown, Soul and more, Jukebox is a live playlist of the groups’ biggest musical influences and popular hits of decades past. 

After a brief hiatus in their homeland, Human Nature Jukebox returns to the Sands Showroom at the Venetian until March 30, 2017. The show takes audiences on a journey through the genres. Kicking off with classics of the Doo-Wop era before paying tribute to the legends of Motown and Soul and finishes off with today’s biggest hits. Tickets can be purchased at any Venetian or Palazzo Box office or by calling 702-414-9000. 

Reelin’ in the Chips

This 9 night exclusive Las Vegas residency will be rock band Steely Dan’s first collection of shows in 2017.  The residency will begin on April 12 and include shows on the 14th, 15th, 19th, 21st, 22nd, 26th, 28th, and 29th of April. 

The duo, Donald Fagan and Walter Becker will sing some of their greatest hits, including: “Reelin’ in the Years,” “Rikki Don’t Lose that Number,” “F.M.,” “Peg,” “Hey Nineteen,” “Deacon Blues,” and “Babylon Sisters.” Steely Dan has sold more than 40 million albums and helped define the soundtrack of the seventies. Tickets can be purchased at any Venetian or Palazzo Box office or by calling 702-414-9000. 

Ricky Martin

Not long after wrapping up his One World Tour on December 15, 2016, Ricky Martin’s run at the Monte Carlo Park Theatre will kick off on April 5, 2017 and run for select dates in April, May June, July and September. The singers headlining show will be produced by the renowned Jamie King, who has worked with stars including Madonna and Michael Jackson. Live Nation and MGM Resorts International will also promote the Latin superstar’s residency. 

The 5,200 seat entertainment venue at the Monte Carlo boasts state-of-the –art audio and visual technology which will allow guests to feel up close and personal no matter where they are seated. For tickets and additional information, visit 

Billy Idol: Forever

Billy Idol, Steve Stevens and the band will continue their Billy Idol: Forever residency at the intimate House of Blues Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in 2017. The show features material from Idol’s career covering the last three decades. From his days fronting the British punk band, Generation X to his popular sing-a-long hits, Billy Idol: Forever will take fans on a ride of punk, rock and pop, capturing the truly Billy Idol essence. 

Alongside guitarist Steve Stevens, Billy Idol will be performing songs from his vast catalog, including “Rebel Yell,” “White Wedding,” and “Dancing with Myself,” among many more. For tickets, visit 

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