George Strait, Bring Me The Horizon, TI and more lead the best concerts in Vegas this week

There’s never a quiet moment in Sin City and this week just solidifies that fact. As the city welcomes the Raiders, many locals and tourists alike are looking for ways to celebrate. From rock greats, to country legends to beloved residences, the first week of April will provide many opportunities to quench any live music or comedy thirst.

The best concerts this week in Las Vegas (for ticket information, click artist name):

Monday, April 3

The best cure for Monday blues comes at one of the cities trendiest venues, The Marquee at Cosmopolitan. Catch DJ Mustard playing all the hits and start the week off right.

Tuesday, April 4

Remember the hits while enjoying one of the city’s most intimate clubs. Raiding The Rock Vault at Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino provides the perfect backdrop for a Tuesday night.

Wednesday, April 5

If you haven’t seen the famed show by Celine Dion, there’s no better time than now. See her in all her glory at her own venue at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.      

Thursday, April 6

Thursday marks the official turn up, and why not ease into the weekend with the heady vibes of Katchafire. The reggae group will light up Brooklyn Bowl on Linq Promenade.

Friday, April 7

This particular Friday in Vegas is special since it is lucky seven, and all. Starting off the massive city-wide lineup starts with Green Day at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Folks that didn’t get to catch the punk phenoms in their heyday will finally have their chance.

Across the street at T-Mobile Arena, George Strait will be tearing the roof off the city’s newest big venue.

For something a little less intense, head downtown to the Bunkhouse Saloon to catch Pure Joy People.

Or head back down Fremont Street to see The Guess Who at Golden Nugget.

Saturday, April 8

Saturday is almost as high impact as Friday in Vegas. This evening includes a diverse selection. Start with TIP at Drai’s, or maybe catch George Strait’s second night at T-Mobile Arena

Off strip at Hard Rock’s main venue, The Joint, see Bring Me The Horizon do what they do best.

Start the dance party with Tiesto at Hakkasan.

Or do something completely different and head to The Beauty Bar for Graffiti Disco. Appreciate art with a musical backdrop at this free monthly party.

Sunday, April 9

What better way to close out the weekend then with some belly laughs. Steve Martin & Martin Short will be delivering the humor at Colosseum at Caesars Palace.