Las Vegas’ concert calendar coming back into focus

The Weeknd plays T-Mobile Arena on April 23, 2022.
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Fifteen months after their concert calendars went dark, many Las Vegas music venues are booking touring acts again.

Though the future remains murky for two beloved local rooms, the Pearl at the Palms and Downtown’s Bunkhouse Saloon—the former after its casino-resort’s recent sale to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and the latter following the November death of property owner Tony Hsieh—other indoor and outdoor spots have begun announcing upcoming shows (both new dates and rescheduled ones) for 2021 and 2022.

Among those confirmed gigs:


Deadmau5, Nero (DJ set), No Mana at Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, May 21

Cirka: Sik, Pariah Was One, Mastiv, Fear the Bear at Backstage Bar & Billiards, June 11

Sweet at Golden Nugget Showroom, June 11

Bill Burr at the Chelsea, July 2-3

Dave Chappelle & Friends at MGM Grand Garden Arena, July 3

Bruno Mars at Park Theater, July 3-4, 9-10. 23-24.

Sublime with Rome, Mystic Roots, Hirie at Mandalay Bay Beach, July 4

Dave Chappelle, Joe Rogan at MGM Grand Garden Arena, July 8-9

Garth Brooks at Allegiant Stadium, July 10

Usher at the Colosseum, July 16-17, 21, 23-24, 28, 30-31, December 28-29, 31

Justin Moore at Sunset Station Amphitheater, July 23

Lee Brice, Kameron Marlowe at Mandalay Bay Beach, August 1

Joe Bonamassa at Park Theater, August 6

Cole Swindell at Mandalay Bay Beach, August 6

Trace Adkins at Sunset Station Amphitheater, August 14

Beartooth, Wage War, Dragged Under at House of Blues, August 14

Richard Marx at Green Valley Ranch Grand Events Center, August 20

Mt. Joy, Trampled by Turtles at Brooklyn Bowl, August 20

Rise Against at the Chelsea, August 20

Psycho Las Vegas festival at Mandalay Bay, August 20-22

Santana at House of Blues, August 25, 27-29, September 1-4, November 3, 5

Debbie Gibson & Joey McIntyre at Venetian Theatre, August 26-29

Sech at the Chelsea, August 28

Morrissey at the Colosseum, August 28-29, September 2, 4-5

Caifanes at Mandalay Bay Beach, August 29

Rebelution, The Green, Keznamdi at Mandalay Bay Beach, September 3

Maluma at Michelob Ultra Arena (formerly Mandalay Bay Events Center), September 4

Harry Styles, Jenny Lewis at MGM Grand Garden Arena, September 4

Big Blues Bender festival at Westgate Las Vegas, September 9-12

REO Speedwagon at Red Rock Sandbar, September 10

Grupo Firme at MGM Grand Garden Arena, September 10-12

Los Ángeles Azules at Zappos Theater, September 12

Alejandro Fernández at MGM Grand Garden Arena, September 15

Chicago at Venetian Theatre, September 15-18

Barry Manilow at Westgate’s International Theater, September 16-18, 23-25, October 14-16, 21

iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena, September 17-18

Life Is Beautiful festival in Downtown Las Vegas, September 17-19

Bronco at Mandalay Bay Beach, September 18

John Legend at the Chelsea, September 18

Michael Bublé at T-Mobile Arena, September 24

Punk Rock Bowling festival at Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, September 24-26

Styx at Venetian Theatre, September 24-26

Luke Combs, Ashley McBryde, Ray Flucher at T-Mobile Arena, September 25

Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin at MGM Grand Garden Arena, September 25

Marc Rebillet at Brooklyn Bowl, September 26

Ween at Brooklyn Bowl, October 1-3

Tech N9ne at House of Blues, October 3

Japanese Breakfast at Brooklyn Bowl, October 5

Judas Priest, Sabaton at Zappos Theater, October 8

Billy Idol at the Chelsea, October 16-17, 22-23

Dance Gavin Dance, Animals as Leaders, Veil of Maya, Wolf & Bear at Brooklyn Bowl, October 20

Electric Daisy Carnival festival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, October 22-24

Chicano Batman, Inner Wave at Brooklyn Bowl, October 23

David Bisbal at House of Blues, October 26

Phish at MGM Grand Garden Arena, October 28-31

Sting at the Colosseum, October 29-30, November 3, 5-6, 10, 12-13

Jinjer, Suicide Silence, All Hail the Yeti at House of Blues, October 31

Old Dominion at the Chelsea, November 5-6

Earth, Wind & Fire at Venetian Theatre, November 10, 12-13, 17, 19-20

Evanescence, Halestorm at the Chelsea, November 12

Benny the Butcher at Brooklyn Bowl, November 13

Pepe Aguilar at MGM Grand Garden Arena, November 20

Silverstein at Brooklyn Bowl, November 21

Cody Jinks, Randy Rogers at the Chelsea, December 3


Usher at the Colosseum, January 1

Circa Survive, Polyphia, Gouge Away at Brooklyn Bowl, January 29

Kane Brown, Chase Rice, Restless Road at T-Mobile Arena, February 4

Dinosaur Jr., Built to Spill at Brooklyn Bowl, February 4

Justin Bieber at T-Mobile Arena, February 20

Bad Bunny at MGM Grand Garden Arena, March 5

Kaleo at House of Blues, March 11

André Rieu & His Johann Strauss Orchestra at T-Mobile Arena, March 18

Scorpions, Queensrÿche at Zappos Theater, March 26, 30, April 1, 3, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16

The Weeknd at T-Mobile Arena, April 23

Eric Church at T-Mobile Arena, May 13

Sting at the Colosseum, June 3-4, 8, 10-11, 15, 17-18

Roger Waters at T-Mobile Arena, October 1

My Chemical Romance at T-Mobile Arena, October 7

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