How To Get To Concert Venues In Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a city that loves music and entertainment! Between concerts, residencies, and festivals, there’s something almost every night of the week. Las Vegas is home to some spectacular music venues and one-of-a-kind music experiences!

Lots of events and lots of people make for amazing experiences but also poses some challenges.

Take it from those of us in the transportation business, getting to the venue on-time and without a huge headache can be a bit difficult. Fear not! We want to make getting to your next concert or event as easy as possible. We’ve created this handy guide for how to get to concert venues in Las Vegas.

Keep reading for the low-down on Las Vegas venues, plus tips and tricks for getting there.

Concert Venues nearest the SAHARA Las Vegas Monorail Station


BLANC de BLANC combines sophisticated technology with an awe-inspiring and intimate environment.  The venue holds up to 1,000 people, which means every spot is one of the best. There’s both reserved seating and general admission. Best of all, full-motion graphics are truly outstanding!

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To get there: hop off the SAHARA Las Vegas Station, make your way up the escalator and head west on the pedestrian bridge. From there, make your way into the SAHARA Las Vegas. You’ll find The Foundry near Bazaar Meat by José Andrés.

Concert Venues nearest the Harrah’s & The LINQ Station 

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas combines the best of music, nightlife, and dining into one location. The 82,000-square-foot venue is home to a concert venue, bowling lanes, and a restaurant. You’ll find food from NYC’s Blue Ribbon, and that means their world-famous Fried Chicken and french bread pizzas.

This venue is both roomy and intimate–the perfect combination of not too crowded but also not a stadium. Visitors and locals alike love this venue, and it’s easy to see why.

How to get to Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

Arrive at the Harrah’s/The LINQ Station. Proceed down the station escalators and walk down the pedestrian pathway. Make a left to enter The LINQ, and proceed through The LINQ to the LINQ Promenade. You’ll find Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas across from the Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop. Just keep your eyes peeled for the marquee. You can’t miss it!

Concert Venues nearest the Flamingo & Caesars Palace Station

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace

Welcome to one of the most iconic, classic venues in Las Vegas. The Colosseum is located right in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip and has been the stage of so many incredible performers and residencies in Las Vegas. The venue seats up to 4,300 guests and opened in March of 2003. Two hundred acoustic panels ensure the sound in this venue is as close to perfect as possible.

How to get to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace

From the Flamingo & Caesars Palace Station, make your way into the Flamingo. Pass through the Flamingo promenade shops walkways and proceed to the South entrance. From here, walk north on Las Vegas Blvd, passing Margaritaville, and cross Las Vegas Blvd. at the crosswalk. From here, you’re golden! You should be right in front of Caesars Palace.

Concert Venues nearest the Horseshoe/Paris Station

The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan

Opened in 2013, The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan exudes glamour, intrigue, and sophistication. Once you see the glass chandeliers, vintage lobby bar, and stunning grand staircase, you’ll know what we mean! It’s the kind of venue that promises a good night and a great show.

Getting to the Cosmopolitan from the Horseshoe/Paris Station

From the Horseshoe/Paris Station, follow the signs and make your way inside. You’ll pass the food court, race & sportsbook, and spa. From here, continue through the Avenue Shops and into Le Boulevard/Horseshoe Connector. From here, pass the Hotel Lobby and exit onto Las Vegas Blvd. You’ll want to cross Las Vegas Blvd at the crosswalk, located just in front of the Miracle Mile Shops. Look for the Paris sign in the shape of a hot air balloon. Once you’ve crossed, you will be in front of the Cosmopolitan.

Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood

The Zappos Theater has been home to some of the most iconic residencies in Las Vegas. The 7,000-seat venue has some seriously impressive technology, including one of the largest video and projection installations in the world. Plus, 21-inch subwoofers so you can feel the show, in addition to hearing and seeing it. Check out their upcoming shows–we’re pretty sure there are a few iconic performers you won’t want to miss!

Getting to the Zappos Theater

The Zappos Theater is located in the middle of the Miracle Mile Shops. Getting to the Zappos Theater is easy! Just follow the directions above, but instead of crossing Las Vegas Blvd. enter the Miracle Mile Shops.

Concert Venues nearest the MGM Grand Station

MGM Grand Garden Arena

Over the last 22 years, the MGM Grand Garden Arena has hosted some of the most significant events in Las Vegas. From concerts to championship fights, the Grand Garden Arena is at the center of entertainment in Las Vegas.

Getting to the MGM Grand Garden Arena

Not staying at the MGM Grand? We recommend taking the Las Vegas Monorail for easy, efficient travel. Once you arrive at the Station, enter the MGM Grand and proceed through the MGM Underground, taking the escalator up to the MGM Grand Lobby.

The MGM Grand Garden Arena is located in the MGM District. From the MGM front desk, walk through the casino floor and take a right toward the KÀ Box Office. Continue right toward the District, walking past Morimoto and Pub 1842. The Grand Garden Arena will be on the left after Blizz.

T-Mobile Arena

Guests will access the arena through a walking promenade called The Park. This walking promenade complement the venue with restaurants, bars, and retail shops. Water features and art installations will complete the space. The T-Mobile Arena was built for U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold Certification.

Depending on the kind of event, the arena can seat anywhere up to 20,000. With such a large capacity, it’s sure to be a party. The T-Mobile Arena recommends that guests take public transit to avoid traffic.

Getting to the T-Mobile Arena from the MGM Station

Hop on the Monorail at one of our seven stations and travel south to the MGM Grand station. Walk through the casino floor to the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance. Take the pedestrian walkway across Las Vegas Blvd (and maybe pause for a quick Strip selfie!). Take the escalator down and walk less than a block north to the T-Mobile Arena entrance. The walk from the Monorail to the entrance of T-Mobile Arena should take you about 15 minutes. Unless you’re excited, in that case, it might take less.

The Park Theater at Park MGM

The Park Theater at Park MGM is a 5,200-seat theater that ensures that everyone has an excellent seat for the show. Even the furthest place in the house is only 145 feet away from the stage. It just doesn’t get better than that. You’ll feel as if you’re a part of whatever show you choose to see. This is part of the reason why tickets for this particular venue are gone before you know it!

Getting to the Park Theater from the MGM Station

Super easy! Follow the same directions as those leading to the T-Mobile Arena. The Park Theater is inside the Park MGM. From Las Vegas Blvd, walk straight across the casino floor. The entrance to the Park Theater is right next to the M life desk. If you enter from Park Ave., the theater is located just to your right.

Concert Venues in Las Vegas

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