The ultimate guide for epic shows this Labor Day weekend
By Toni Gonzales | Las Vegas, NV
As our good friend Madonna sings, “Holiday. Celebrate. If we took a holiday, took some time to celebrate, just one day out of life, it would be, it would be so nice.” Well kids, that day is next Monday, September 6, a.k.a. Labor Day.
For one day, let the Laborers have a holiday. For one day, let those looking to labor do as Madonna says and, “Forget about the bad times.” One guaranteed way to do that is to get your party on. As is the baseline in Vegas, there are some epic events happening in our city. And because we are known for excess, why limit the fun to just one day. Let’s run through some of those said events happening all weekend with a budget in mind.
3 Doors Down with Seether
Sunday, September 5 at 7 p.m.
Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas, NV
Note: FREE event
Harry Styles: Love On Tour
Saturday, September 4 at 8 p.m.
MGM Grand Garden Arena
Notes: Ticket supply is lower than Lake Mead.
You will have to do some searching on third party ticketing sites to get yours.
Friday, September 3 – Saturday, September 4 at 8 p.m.
Harrah’s Showroom at Harrah’s Las Vegas
Ticket info found on Donny’s Ticketmaster website.
Note: Donny just launched his solo Las Vegas residency this week.
Jo Koy: Just Kidding World Tour
Friday, September 3 to Sunday, September 5 at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Encore Theater at Wynn
Ticket info found on the Ticketmaster website.
George Lopez: Aces of Comedy
Friday, September 3 through Saturday, September 4 at 1o p.m.
The Mirage Theater at The Mirage
Ticket information found on the Mirage Aces of Comedy website.
Saturday, September 4 through Sunday, September 5 at 8:30 p.m.
The Venetian Theater at The Venetian Resort
Tickets can be purchased at The Venetian Entertainment website.
Having said all of that, let’s not forget the boring mom and dad stuff ok? First, pack your patience! Las Vegas is expecting a lot of traffic this weekend. There will be more cars and more people on the streets (and not all of them will be sober). Second, temps are expected to be in the low 100s from Friday to Sunday. Plan accordingly and drink lots of water. And lastly, even though it is a holiday, don’t forget we are still in a pandemic. Check in with each establishment you visit this weekend for what you will need to provide in the way of vaccination status and mask mandates.
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