The Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famers are in the middle of a nine-show run at the newly renovated Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The band is in top form, delivering hits like “Don’t Stop Believin'” and “Separate Ways” with power and energy. Demand has been so strong, Journey is returning to the venue for a few more shows at the end of December to wrap up the year.
The country legend arrives at the Venetian Theater for six shows between October 18 and October 26. Don’t expect a worn-out oldies set. Nelson still releases albums frequently and will likely mix new material with fan favorites.
Guns n’ Roses
It’s hard to believe, but Guns n’ Roses has been on a reunion tour for more than three years now, featuring key members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagen. The band usually plays arenas and stadiums around the world, but is now giving fans a chance to see them in the relatively intimate Colosseum at Caesars Palace for a short run Nov. 1-2.
Madonna’s career continues to evolve and the singer is experimenting with smaller venues during her new Madame X tour. She’ll play a mini-residency of three dates at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace between Nov. 7 and Nov. 10
After a two-year absence, Shania Twain is back in Las Vegas with a new residency, While her previous run was at Caesars Palace, her new production “Let’s Go!” hits the stage at Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood. Shows for the country-pop star begin on December 7 and run at least through June.
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