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. It’s St. Patrick Day Weekend and lucky for you, in addition to enjoying green beers all weekend long in Las Vegas, there are plenty of concerts and comedy acts to see.
Thursday, March 15
- If you are ready to jam into the weekend a little early, make your way to the Silverton where Umphrey’s McGee will jamming on stage. Tickets are $20 plus tax and fees.
Friday, March 16
- Get the St. Patrick’s Day celebration started a day early as punk rockers, Flogging Molly, headline the first ever Dublin Down Festival, a celebration of Irish Heritage and rock and roll. Tickets are $24.50 plus tax and fees.
- Ready to shake your shamrocks in Las Vegas? Head over to Body English for an intimate evening of Celtic rock with the Young Dubliners where things may get rowdy in anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day, and that’s a good thing. Tickets are $20 plus tax and fees.
- Tonight Show host, Jay Leno makes the trip over from California to provide an evening of laughs at the Mirage. Tickets start at $59.99 plus tax and fees.
- Comedy fan? Head to the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay for Jeff Ross Roasts America where the notorious roaster will have you laughing out of your seat. Tickets start at $25 plus tax and fees.
- Comedian David Spade returns to the Venetian Las Vegas for a weekend of laughs. Tickets start at $65 plus tax and fees.
Saturday, March 17
- One of the stars from NBC’s The Voice, Blake Shelton rides into town for a country hoedown at the Mandalay Bay Events Center as part of his Well Lit & Amplified Tour featuring Justin Moore and Dia Frampton. Tickets start at $32 plus tax and fees.
- An evening of entertainment is in store at The Orleans as Kenny Wayne Shepherd performs his hits. Tickets start at $33 plus tax and fees.
- Longtime funny guy, John Lovitz brings his shtick to the Flamingo Las Vegas. Tickets start at $39.99 plus tax and fees.
- Fiery redhead comedian Kathy Griffin takes the stage at the Mirage for a night of comedic humor. Tickets start at $59.99 plus tax and fees.