Las Vegas Residencies in 2021

After a rough year for Las Vegas during the COVID-19 pandemic, the city is excited to find some normalcy with Las Vegas residency shows finally reopening! Musical artists, dancers, magicians, comedians, and performers of all kinds are ready to take the stage and bring the crowds back to Vegas. If you’re planning a trip to Las Vegas as restrictions are lifted, here are the top Las Vegas residency shows to see in 2021.

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1. “O” at Bellagio

Some of the most anticipated headliners coming back to Vegas are the popular Cirque du Soleil shows. With jaw-dropping acrobatics, stunning productions, and dramatic storylines, the Cirque shows have carved their place in Las Vegas entertainment for good. One of the first Cirque shows to return to the Strip is “O” at Bellagio, featuring aquatic artistry and intriguing romance. You can buy tickets now for this timeless Las Vegas favorite!

Headed over to the show? Take the Las Vegas monorail to the Flamingo/Caesars Palace Station and cross over the street to the Bellagio.


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2. Mystère at Treasure Island

Mystère is another Cirque du Soleil production that has made its way back to the stage. In fact, it’s said to be the original Cirque show that set the bar for all other shows that followed! You’ll find this high-energy production at Treasure Island on the Las Vegas Strip. With trains arriving every 4 to 8 minutes, you can use the Harrah’s/The LINQ Station to get to your Mystère show with plenty of time to spare.


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3. Usher: The Las Vegas Residency at Caesars Palace

Opening in July 2021, R&B and hip-hop star Usher is expected to sell out the 4,300-seat Colosseum every night at Caesars Palace. Covering his hits from his first chart-topping song, “You Make Me Wanna…” to his dance club hits of today, this residency is one of the hottest tickets in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Monorail’s Flamingo/Caesars Palace Station will take you within minutes of the stage.

5. Bruno Mars at Park Theater

Park Theater reopens with a bang by welcoming megastar Bruno Mars to its stage from July to September 2021—and maybe beyond? His smooth vocals and high-energy performance will keep your Las Vegas summer sizzling well beyond the desert heat. If you’d like to see Bruno Mars at Park Theater, be sure to reserve your tickets early! This one is expected to sell out every night. Then, grab a drink and get to the concert safely using the monorail’s MGM Grand Station!


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6. Gwen Stefani – Just a Girl at Zappos Theater

After postponing her Las Vegas performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gwen Stefani’s Just a Girl residency returns to the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood! Hear all your classic No Doubt favorites and solo chart-topping songs in one exciting night starting this October. Gwen Stefani has also partnered with Cure 4 the Kids Foundation, with $1 of every ticket purchase going to the non-profit organization. Take the monorail to Horseshoe/Paris Station for quick access to Planet Hollywood.


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7. Keith Urban Live – Las Vegas at Caesars Palace

Keith Urban continues to pack the country fans in at The Colosseum in Caesars Palace this September after being the first performer in the venue after its 2019 renovation. This high-energy show follows the country star’s musical career from his early days to the epitome of his popularity with fans from all around the world. Keith Urban Live – Las Vegas might be an arena-sized production, but the talented performer makes every seat seem like the best in the house. Book your tickets now!


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8. Billy Idol at The Cosmopolitan

Billy Idol fans can once again hit the dance floor to his new wave hits from the ’80s and ’90s to today at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. In October, Billy Idol and his band will rock The Chelsea, an intimate venue with excellent acoustics and visibility. With this being one of the hottest shows to hit the Strip since reopening, be sure to reserve your seats early.


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9. Sting: My Songs at Caesars Palace

Another legendary musician joins the Caesars Palance lineup of 2021 residencies. Sting: My Songs features 17-time Grammy Award-winning artist Sting, who will be performing all his classics from “Roxanne” to “Every Breath You Take,” and “Desert Rose” to “Fields of Gold.” If you’re a Sting fan, this is the show to see! Get your tickets and plan your Las Vegas trip this October or November to experience this epic show first-hand.


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10. Celine Dion at Resorts World

The newest resort on the Strip has several huge headliners gracing its stage in 2021, including the queen of Las Vegas residencies: Celine Dion. Opening on November 5, Celine Dion returns to Las Vegas with a new production that refreshes everything you think you’ve already seen. Emotionally driven and packed with musical power, you will not be disappointed with this show! Grab your tickets while you still can, and get ready for a performance that will leave you floored. Use the SAHARA Las Vegas Station to access the new Resort World Las Vegas, which is conveniently located across the street.


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11. Carrie Underwood at Resorts World

Another big name coming to Resorts World is country superstar Carrie Underwood. REFLECTION – The Las Vegas Residency opens on December 2, 2021, and is expected to blow audiences away with an excellent setlist, production, and a reimagined approach to entertainment. Tickets are on sale now, with VIP packages and upgrades available from Resorts World.


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Las Vegas Monorail Transportation to Las Vegas Shows

When visiting Las Vegas, leave the traffic and parking hassles behind and check out the Las Vegas Monorail. It’s the easiest and safest way to get around the Las Vegas Strip and has several stops close to every major show on the Boulevard. See our station information, and route map, and purchase tickets online for easy transportation to and from your Las Vegas shows!


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