The season change means more entertainment in Vegas. Get ready for some laughs, country music, beers and big name concerts this month. Here’s what’s happening in Vegas this April.
The 54th Annual ACM Awards
The 54th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards will be broadcast live from Las Vegas from the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. The 54th ACM Awards, which honor and showcase the biggest names and emerging talent in country music, will feature performances, collaborations, surprising moments and more.
ACM Party for a Cause
Party for a cause with ACM from April 5 through April 7. The charitable arm of the Academy of Country Music Awards, ACM Lifting Lives will host the ACM Party for a Cause with numerous events throughout the city, including ACM Stories, Songs & Stars on Friday, April 5; AMC Lifting Lives Topgolf Tee-Off, Saturday, April 6, ACM Decades, Sunday, April 7 and the ACM Awards official After Party presented by Security Benefit on Sunday, April 7.
Great Vegas Festival of Beers
Grab a beer or two at the Great Vegas Festival of Beer April 5-6 at the D Hotel & Casino. The two-day event will include the Mad Craft Experience with Nevada’s best brewers, mixologists, chefs and restaurateurs taking over the Great Vegas footprint in a craft beer competition, as well as the Great Vegas Grand Tasting, featuring more than 500 craft beers and food.
David Spade & Ray Romano
Comedy legends David Spade and Ray Romano will once again team up for a hilarious night. The duo will bring the laughs April 5–6 at the Mirage.
Chris Tucker returns to Vegas for two shows on Saturday, April 6 in the Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas. The acclaimed comedian and actor is sure to bring a laugh to your lips this April.
Political comedian Bill Maher returns to the Mirage April 12-13, bringing his funny political talk to the stage.
Producer, writer and comedian Kevin James brings his jokes to the Mirage on April 27 for a one-night only show you don’t want to miss.
Grammy Award-winning band, Aerosmith will bring their latest tour, “Deuces Are Wild,” to the Park Theater at Park MGM April 6, 8, 11, 13. 16, 18, 21, 23 and 26.
Pink will bring her “Beautiful Trauma” world tour to the T-Mobile Arena April 12. She will be joined by special guest Julia Michaels.
11-time Grammy Award-winner and 27-time Grammy Award nominee Bruno Mars will bring his hits to the Park MGM April 29 & 30 for a show you don’t want to miss.
Don’t miss the final Backstreet Boys performances of their “Larger Than Life” residency at Planet Hollywood, now through April 27. The best-selling boy band of all time is a show no Backstreet fan should miss.