Van Morrison, Rae Sremmurd and RVLTN's anniversary the best concerts in Las Vegas for the week of Jan. 9
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This week in Las Vegas offers an eclectic offering of events from big names, independent talent and comedic genius. Whether you hit the strip, downtown or head to other valley venues, there’s plenty to be entertained by.

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

Monday, January 9

Embody your creative spirit, or witness it manifested through others at Human Experience at Hop Nuts. Spoken word, open mic and live DJs will keep the good vibes flowing.

Tuesday, January 10

For something that will blow your mind, that’s off the beaten path, hit up Unique Massive at Double Down Saloon. Be ready for a little bit of grime and a whole lot of heart.

Wednesday, January 11

Head to the top of the strip to catch Joe Walsh at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay.

Thursday, January 12

Downtown is always a good look for a different side of Las Vegas. On this Thursday, Cold Cave will be live in action at Bunkhouse Saloon.

Friday, January 13

Ravealation will be celebrating their third anniversary in the only way they know how... by throwing a massive party. RVLTN 3 Year Anniversary Day 1 Featuring Oliver Heldens & Friends will be a night to remember at The Joint.

If partying isn’t your style, you can laugh it up with Daniel Tosh at The Mirage, or head downtown to catch Blood, Sweat & Tears at Golden Nugget as part of their 52 Fridays concert series.

Saturday, January 14

Both Friday and Saturday night, Van Morrison will be taking over Caesars Palace at The Colosseum.

Take your Saturday up a notch with one of the wildest live shows in the rap game, Rae Sremmurd at Drai’s or head over to Hakassan and party like it’s your birthday at Tiesto’s birthday party.

Or you can support the independent phenom by catching Mike Xavier’s show at Bunkhouse Saloon

And beyond...

Keep up with Las Vegas’s best bets for weekly concerts with AXS, or for last minute additions, follow There’s Nothing To Do In Vegas to find something a little different.