The weekend is just about here and at Galavantier.com we are running down your best bets when it comes to entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip. A lot of great concerts and comedy acts to keep you entertained if you are coming to Las Vegas for Cinco de Mayo this weekend.
Thursday, May 3
- The man, the myth, the legend Andrew Dice Clay returns to bring his brash and no holds barred comedy to the Riviera Las Vegas for the next four nights. Tickets start at $49.99 plus tax and fees.
- Multi-genre duo J*DaVeY bring their eclectic style to Book & Stage inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The show is free of charge.
Friday, May 4
- From TV to the big screen, Tim Allen, has been a marquee name in entertainment for years and this weekend he brings his comedy act to The Venetian Las Vegas. Tickets start at $55 plus tax and fees.
- Music legend, Santana performs at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay as part of his brand new residency, An Intimate Evening with SANTANA Greatest Hits Live. Tickets start at $89.50 plus tax and fees.
- One of the most successful female comics of all time, Whoopi Goldberg, takes the stage at Treasure Island Las Vegas for a hilarious evening of comedy. Tickets start at $86.90 plus tax and fees.
- Take a trip back in time as Tower of Power get things rocking out at South Point. Tickets start at $45 plus tax and fees.
- Classic funk band, WAR, head into the desert to perform at the Cannery. Tickets start at $19.95 plus tax and fees.
Saturday, May 5
- If you are looking for a little, latin-funk-soul-hip-hop rolled into one, head to Body English inside the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas where LA based Ozomatli take the stage for a fun filled evening. Tickets are $35 plus tax and fees.
- Over at the Hard Rock café on The Strip, Thrice, will rock out for a capacity crowd. Tickets are $25 plus tax and fees.
- The Midwest Rock n’ Roll Express rolls into town featuring Styx, REO Speedwagon and Ted Nugent over at the Theatre for the Performing Arts at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas. Tickets start at $40 plus tax and fees.
- HBO late-night talk show host, Bill Maher, brings his political satire to The Orleans Las Vegas. Tickets start at $54.95 plus tax and fees.