Summer concerts are happening early in Las Vegas. Spring will be just as popular a time to see a concert with some big names in the industry bringing residencies and one-night only shows to the Strip. Here are 6 spring concerts you don’t want to miss:
Legendary rock artists, Aerosmith will bring a brand-new residency to Vegas this spring. Beginning April 6, experience the Grammy award winning band with their residency Aerosmith: Deuces Wild at Park Theater at Park MGM. The Vegas residency will celebrate the band’s 50th year and you’re sure to hear their greatest hits.
Grammy Award-winning international pop icon PINK is teaming up with Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Julia Michaels to bring fans the Beautiful Trauma World Tour. The tour will take over T-Mobile Arena on April 12.
Country Music’s Vocal Group of the Year nominee, Lady Antebellum will bring their first-ever residency to the Strip at the Pearl in the Palms. The residency, Our Kind of Vegas will include the group’s chart-topping songs with multidimensional staging for an incredible performance. Lady Antebellum performs select dates May 10 through August 31.
Pop star and Rock and Roll Hall of fame nominee Janet Jackson will stage a production called Metamorphosis over 15 nights at Park Theater at Park MGM beginning May 17. The show is said to peel “back the layers of the immensely private life of Janet Jackson,” as it follows her youth filled with self-esteem issues to an adulthood of international stardom. Her residency will run through August 10.
R&B crooner Bruno Mars will be heading to Vegas for a series of select dates at Park MGM this spring. The singer will perform eleven shows from April 14 to September 14 inside Park Theater. The 24k Magic singer is returning to Vegas on the heels of his 24K Magic World Tour, which grossed $370 million.
Carrie Underwood, Maddie and Tae & Runaway June
Get a taste of country when seven-time Grammy Award winner Carrie Underwood hits the Vegas stage along with Maddie and Tae & Runaway June. The trio will perform at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 11.