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Shows in Las Vegas July 2022, August & September

World-class entertainers across music and comedy turn up the heat throughout the destination all season long. While the excitement certainly doesn’t end after Labor Day, here is a sampling of this summer’s most sensational and sizzling shows in Las Vegas July 2022, August & September.

Shows in Las Vegas July 2022, August & September

Las Vegas Residencies

There’s always a show to see when you’re in Vegas—and the thrilling summer season is no exception. From entertainment legends to throwback acts and today’s most popular superstars, these icons put on spectactular shows.

Las Vegas Concerts

Residencies already pack Las Vegas’ entertainment calendar but these must-see concerts make the roster even more impressive. This year’s lineup includes country favorites, indie and alternative rock bands, and pop stars who are topping the charts.



  • Pop punk rockers New Found Glory bring their Sticks & Stones 20th Anniversary Tour to Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas at The LINQ Promenade on Wednesday, Aug. 3.
  • Indie singer-songwriter Father John Misty plays The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 5 with special guest Suki Waterhouse.
  • Alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers bring their arena-ready songs to Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 6, with special guests The Strokes and King Princess on the stacked bill.
  • Reggae rock band Dirty Heads plays the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on Saturday, Aug. 6.
  • Punk rock bands Less Than Jake and Bowling for Soup join forces for a show at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas at The LINQ Promenade on Saturday, Aug. 6.
  • Rapper and singer Daddy Yankee makes two Vegas stops during his La Última Vuelta World Tour at T-Mobile Arena, playing the venue on Saturday, Aug. 6 and Saturday, Aug. 20.
  • Latin group Los Bukis bring the Una Historia Cantada Tour to Allegiant Stadium on Friday, Aug. 12.
  • The Summer Gods Tour, featuring rock bands Third Eye Blind and Taking Back Sunday, lands at The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 12.
  • The Downtown Rocks concert series continues to bring the noise to the downtown streets, with Saliva and Theory of a Deadman playing the Fremont Street Experience on Saturday, Aug. 13.
  • Get a double dose of heavy metal when Rob Zombie and Mudvayne play Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on Saturday, Aug. 13.
  • Find Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats at The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 19 with special guest Cory Wong.
  • The Weeknd and Doja Cat team up for the After Hours Til Dawn Tour, landing at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 20.
  • Pop punk band Simple Plan keeps the free Downtown Rocks concert series going at Fremont Street Experience on Saturday, Aug. 20.
  • Bluesy rocker Melissa Etheridge plays the House of Blues Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on Saturday, Aug. 20.
  • The Rockzilla Tour, featuring Papa RoachFalling in ReverseHollywood Undead and Bad Wolves, lands at The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Thursday, Aug. 25.
  • Las Vegas’ own The Killers make a hometown stop of its Imploding the Mirage Tour at T-Mobile Arena on Friday, Aug. 26 with special guest Johnny Marr.
  • Hip-hop artists Chris Brown and Lil Baby team up for the One of Them Ones Tour, which lands at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday, Aug. 27.


  • New wave band Duran Duran takes its Future Past Tour to Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas on Thursday, Sept. 1 and Saturday, Sept. 3.
  • EDM giants Swedish House Mafia return to Las Vegas to play a show at T-Mobile Arena on Friday, Sept. 2, joined by special guest Kaytranada.
  • The Downtown Rocks concert series continues well past Labor Day, but music fans can enjoy a holiday weekend installment with Rick SpringfieldMen at Work and John Waite at Fremont Street Experience on Saturday, Sept. 3.

Comedy Shows in Las Vegas July 2022, August & September

With several comedy clubs in the destination—plus residencies from the biggest names in stand-up—there’s always time for a laugh in Las Vegas. From legends who have been taking the stage for decades to contemporary acts with blockbuster movies and hit TV shows on their résumé, here are the entertainers who will have visitors in stiches this season.

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