A special thing happens in Las Vegas during the Fall. The weather goes from blazing three-digits temperatures to a seriously more enjoyable but warm medium and the sounds of music, festivals and crowds starts to take over Las Vegas.
There’s a very good reason for this. As temperatures cool, the music scene starts to heat up. A trip to Vegas has to include at least a little entertainment and hey, if you can time your trip to see your favorite performer it’s even better.
For those of you headed to Vegas this Fall, here’s the run-down of the music scene for the next few months. We’ll keep it updated as performers and events are added—we don’t want you to miss a thing.
September 22nd: Garbage, The Foundry at SLS Las Vegas
September 23rd: Drake & Future (Vegas can’t get enough!), T-Mobile Arena
September 23rd & 24th: iHeart Radio Music Festival, T-Mobile Arena
September 24th: iHeartRadio Daytime Village, Las Vegas Village
September 30th-October 2nd: Route 91 Harvest Festival, Las Vegas Village
The iHeart Radio Music Festival is two nights of the hottest performers on the year. Acts include U2, Drake Britney Spears, Sam Hunt, Twenty One Pilots, Billy Idol, Florida Georgia Line, OneRepublic, Sia, Cage the Elephant, Zedd, Pitbull, Tears for Fear, Billy Idol, Usher and Sting. Wow! That’s all we can say.
The iHeartRadio Daytime Village goes on during the same weekend at the Las Vegas Village and features an equally impressive list: Sam Hunt, Panic! At the Disco, Alessia Cara, Troye Sivan, Hailee Seinfeld, Good Charlotte, Jeremih, Lessie, Cold War Kids, Daya, Cage the Elephant, The Chainsmokers, Bryson Tiller and DNCE.
Last but not least on the festival circuit is the Route 91 Harvest Festival, also at Las Vegas Village. More artists are expected to be introduced but the list is already seriously impressive. Check it out: Billy Curryington, Brad Paisley, Chris Janson, Chris Young, David Nail, Dustin Lynch, Granger Smith feat. Earl Dibbles, Jr., Jana Kramer, Lindsay Ell, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Martina McBride, Toby Keith and Tyler Farr.
October 5th: Grouplove, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
October 14th: Yellowcard, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
October 15th: Jimmy Buffet, MGM Grand Garden Arena
October 15th: Alessia Cara, The Foundry at SLS Las Vegas
October 16th: Schoolboy Q, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
October 19th: Rolling Stones, T-Mobile Arena
October 21st: Keith Urban, T-Mobile Arena
October 21st: Bad Religion, The Foundry at SLS Las Vegas
October 29th: Kanye West, T-Mobile Arena
November 12th: Lauryn Hill, The Foundry at SLS Las Vegas
November 13th: Rock ’N’ Roll Marathon Headliner Snoop Dogg
November 19th: Lukas Graham, The Foundry at SLS Las Vegas
November 26th: Carrie Underwood, T-Mobile Arena
Are you unsure about how to get to a venue, where to park or how to take advantage of Las Vegas when you’re concert bound? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Check out our guide to Concert and Event Venues in Las Vegas.
See, we told you the fall was packed with impressive entertainment. When your head stops spinning, let us know which concerts you’re headed to this fall.