If you’re hoping to hear some live music while you’re in Las Vegas, you’ll be happy to find the Strip is full of music venues, from huge arenas to small lounges.
One of the Strip's most memorable concert experiences is found inside The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Home to some of the world's top recording artists, including Celine Dion and Elton John, The Colosseum houses some of the Strip's most impressive musical productions.
In recent years Las Vegas has gained quite a bit of concert seating for big names. Large venues, like the T-Mobile Arena, can host even the largest events with seating up to 20,000. Make sure to plan ahead when you’re attending a show at these big venues. Give yourself plenty of time to arrive at your seats, and consider alternatives to driving so you don’t have to contend with traffic jams and scarce (not to mention expensive) parking.
Smaller music venues on the Strip offer more intimate experiences, like The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, with a maximum seating of 2,500. Smaller halls and rooms give the audience a different experience than the stadium-style concerts do, which is great for music enthusiasts who like to feel as close as they can to the performers.
Still wondering where to catch some tunes? Our list should give you some ideas on the best places on the Strip to hear live music.