October may bring in the parties in Vegas but in November the city welcomes a little more magic with award shows, Thanksgiving feasts, Christmas concerts and more. Here’s what’s new in November in Vegas 2019:
20th Latin Grammy Awards
The 20th Annual Latin Grammy Awards will spice up November when it returns to the MGM Grand Garden Arena November 14. The biggest night in Latin music will include such superstars as Pepe Aguilar, Aitana, Anitta, Pedro Capo, Julio Reyes Capello, Darrel, Dimelo Flow, Bad Bunny, Alejandro Fernandez and many more.
Aerosmith - ‘Walk This Way’ to entertainment this November as Aerosmith returns to Park Theater at Park MGM November 14-29.
Trey Songz - Drai’s Nightclub will welcome Trey Songz on Friday, November 15 for a show you don’t want to miss.
Mariah Carey - R&B superstar Mariah Carey will kick off the Christmas season with her All I Want for Christmas Is You show on November 22-23, 27, 29-30 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Little Brother - Hip-hop group, Little Brother will bring their head-boppin’ songs to Brooklyn Bowl at The LINQ Promenade on Friday, November 22.
Paul Abdul - From November 22-30, Paula Abdul will entertain Vegas audiences with her new Paula Abdul: Forever Your Girl at Flamingo. The show includes her signature dance moves, songs and funny stories from her decades long career.
Jerry Seinfeld - Funny man Jerry Seinfeld returns to the Vegas stage November 15 and 16 at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Marlon Wayans - Actor, producer, comedian, writer, and film director, Marlon Wayans will bring the funny to the Mirage stage on November 15.
Ray Romano and David Spade - Two of comedy’s funniest guys will team up for a hilarious show this November. Don’t miss Ray Romano and David Spade at The Mirage November 22-23.
Iliza Schlesinger - One of today’s lading female comedians, Iliza Schlesinger will have you laughing into December when she brings her comedy act to The Mirage on November 30.
Beer Park - If you don’t feel like cooking this Thanksgiving Beer Park will do it for you. The bar will be open extended hours and offer a special turkey dish and football. The fun begins November 28 at 9 a.m. Then on Thanksgiving Day only enjoy Cajun turkey breast served with sweet potato mash, collard greens, spiced cranberry cornbread and red eye gravy.