Thanksgiving in Las Vegas is bringing back the classics. The holiday week includes performances from a slew of classic performers, giving music fans a blast from the past along with their turkey. Check out these five noteworthy concerts taking place in Las Vegas during Thanksgiving week, and get tickets now to add some live music to your holiday.
This tour celebrates the music of the 1990's with a rotating lineup of artists. In Las Vegas, the roster includes Mark McGrath, Salt-n-Pepa, and Kid N Play. Whether audiences enjoy the carefree pop of "Every Morning" or wants to groove to some classic hip-hop, this show gives them a chance to revisit some old favorites live and in person. These particular artists are all high-energy, fun-loving acts so the Vegas shows should be particularly entertaining. Tickets for both performances range from $75.00 to $190.00 and are on sale here.
No one is more associated with Las Vegas than Wayne Newton, and he's lined up several shows during Thanksgiving week. He'll be playing all his beloved hits from decades in showbiz, like "Danke Schoen." This concert is perfect for anyone who wants an authentic Las Vegas experience because Newton is a classic Vegas singer whose act has stayed largely the same decades later. It's a slice of Vegas history. Tickets for all three shows range from $71.00 to $178.00 and are on sale here.
Rod Stewart will continue his "Rod Stewart: The Hits" residency during Thanksgiving week. Stewart just released a new single "Grace" that you can listen to by playing the video above, but considering the title of his show, audiences can expect to hear more of his 80's pop-rock ballads like "Tonight's The Night", with the same swagger he had back then, too. He hasn't changed that much since the 80's, in a very good way; he can still make a live audience swoon. Tickets for all three shows range from $49.00 to $250.00 and are available by clicking the link above.
Classic rock fans can find Eric Burdon & The Animals at the Golden Nugget on Las Vegas's renowned Fremont Street. The band has existed in one form or another since the 1960's, but the current lineup is bringing back their music for a new generation. Burdon's voice is still one of the more memorable in rock and roll, and he performs a killer version of "House of the Rising Sun" that will have everyone's jaws dropping on the floor. Plus, the venue lends that classic Las Vegas ambiance to the show. Tickets range from $79.00 to $199.00 and are on sale here.
Good Charlotte will visit Palms Casino Resort after Thanksgiving, for audiences who are looking to rock but want something a little more modern. The band is in the middle of their North American tour, promoting their new album Generation Rx. New songs like "Self Help" will mix in with classics like "The Anthem." Good Charlotte delivers fist-pumping, pulse-pounding punk rock and will get audiences back on their feet after the turkey. Tickets are a steal, ranging from just $28.00 to $76.00, and are on sale here.
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