The weekend has arrived and at Galavantier.com we are running down your best bets when it comes to entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip. Here’s a list of some of the top concerts and comedy taking place in Las Vegas this weekend.
Thursday, January 26
- As part of the Icons of Comedy Series, the LVH Las Vegas Hotel & Casino welcomes Mark Curry to perform his stand up routine. Tickets are $25.
Friday, January 27
- From selling out arenas and concert halls, the one and only, Kid Rock, takes aim at an intimate show (for his standards) at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas. Tickets start at $104 plus tax and fees. A second show is scheduled for the following night.
- The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas will be rocking all night as legendary punk rockers Social Distortion headline a powerhouse show also featuring opening acts from London, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls and Sharks. Tickets are $28 plus tax and fees.
- The Silverton presents Friday Night Live featuring a free concert by Phil Flowers.
Saturday, January 28
- The south end of The Strip will be rocking as Brad Paisley owner of 16 number one hit singles rolls into town. The Band Perry and Scott McCreery join the multi-award winning artist as part of his Camobunga 2012 World Tour. Tickets start at $45 plus tax and fees.
- Comedian Bob Saget best known for his role on the hit sow Full House and host of America’s Funniest Home Videos brings his adult themed brand of comedy laughs to The Orleans. Tickets are $39.95 plus tax and fees.
- Guitar wizard Johnny Lang sets up shop at Red Rock Las Vegas for a night of rock and roll and blues. Tickets are $40 plus tax and fees.
Sunday, January 29
- Aaron Lewis, frontman for the rock band Staind descends upon Las Vegas for an acoustic show out at Red Rock Las Vegas. Tickets start at $49 plus tax and fees.