It is another packed month in Las Vegas with shows of all sorts to appeal to all tastes. There are concerts, comedy shows, magicians and much more for you to enjoy so if you are planning a visit to Vegas in March 2019 then you are in for a treat.
March 8th: Justin Timberlake
The man who rose to fame as a member of pop group NSYNC will be in Las Vegas for one night this month after postponing a previous performance. Coming four years after his world tour with the hit The 20/20 Experience Tour, he is now on a North American tour promoting his new album The Man of the Woods.
Timberlake has said that his inspiration for this tour is the outdoors and that he aims to bring the outside in. He also said that the new material features a self-reflective look at his journey into fatherhood. The show is set to include songs such as Flannel and Filthy, as well as old hits such as Cry Me a River, Like I Love You¸ and Rock Your Body!
The tour has already received rave reviews, so if you are a fan of Timberlake then this is a show that you don’t want to miss.
March 30th: Michael Buble
After taking a two-year break for personal reasons, the Canadian singer Michael Buble is back with a brand new tour. His son’s cancer is in remission and Buble has said, “I’m going to come back to a world that needs love and romance and laughter more than it has in a long time.”
The tour is promoting his 10th studio record Love, which includes a collection of classics, such as My Funny Valentine and I Only Have Eyes for You, as well as exciting new material, including the lead single When I Fall in Love. The performance looks back to the glory days of the Rat Pack, and Buble will bring his usual charm and style to the stage. He is a truly one of a kind performer and after such a long absence, this show is sure to be a night to remember.
March 13th – 30th: Cher
Cher, the Emmy, Grammy, Academy and Golden Globe Award-winning sensation is back in Las Vegas with her ‘Here We Go Again’ tour. She is stopping off in Sin City as part of a USA wide tour, her first in five years.
Recently there has been a new musical about Cher, she has a new album on the way, and she received rave reviews for her role in the film Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again. As a result, demand for this tour is huge. Fans can expect to hear all of her greatest hits together with songs from her ABBA tribute album ‘Dancing Queen’. She is giving a total of nine performances in Vegas, so be sure not to miss out on this fantastic opportunity.
March 1st – 31st: Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club
Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club is one of the newest comedy venues in Vegas and already one of the most popular. Garrett, who rose to fame as Robert in Everybody Loves Raymond, does not appear in every show, rather he invites a range of talented comedians to perform. This month you have the opportunity to see him with the likes of Collin Moulton, Jeff Scheen, Michael Loftus, Vince Carone, Carl Labove, Rich Vos and Michael Malone.
Garrett himself will be performing nightly from March 16th to 28th so if you are a fan and want to be sure of an entertaining evening, make sure you book your tickets now.
March 1st – 16th: Celine Dion
Celine Dion is in the final four months of her show Celine at The Colosseum, so fans of the superstar need to take the opportunity to see her while they still can, especially as she will not be there in April.
She will be taking to the stage to deliver all of her greatest hits together with a number of covers that range from Journey to Janis Ian. The show has been heaped with praise with The Las Vegas Review-Journal calling it “the show of shows” and Newsweek calling it “Las Vegas’ biggest act since Elvis.”
Dion is a highly decorated artist with five Grammy awards, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Album for Falling Into You (1996), and Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for My Heart Will Go On (1998). She has also won two Academy Awards, Best Original Song in 1992 for the title song of Beauty and the Beast, and in 1998 for My Heart Will Go On. Celine has also won seven American Music Awards, 20 Juno Awards (Canada) and an astonishing 40 Felix Awards (Quebec).
The Grammy Awards producer Ken Ehrlich has put the show together and it features thirty-one musicians accompanying Dion. While it seems unbelievable that such a staple of Las Vegas entertainment is coming to an end, there really is not much more time to see her so be sure to book your tickets soon.
March 20th, 22nd, 23rd: Daryl Hall and John Oates
Following another hugely successful touring year, Daryl Hall and John Oates are coming to Las Vegas for three exclusive dates at The Colosseum. The two rose to fame in the 1980s with their blend of R&B, soul and new wave, and produced some truly iconic hits such as Maneater and I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do).
They continue to delight to this day and have received fantastic reviews for their recent tour. If you are a fan of the duo then be sure not to miss out on this fantastic chance to see them live in Vegas.
March 23rd: Aziz Ansari
The hugely popular actor and comic Aziz Ansari is making a stop in Las Vegas as part of his Road To Nowhere tour. Ansari rose to fame for his part in Parks and Recreation as well as films such as I Love You Man. However, arguably it is his stand-up shows where he is at his best. No two Ansari shows are the same thanks to his skill at reading his audience, but they are always hilarious.
Born in South Carolina to Tamil parents, Ansari has had a 15-year career in comedy including appearances in such films as Funny People and 30 Minutes or Less, and his own Netflix series, Master of None. Any fans of comedy should do their best to see this new tour.
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March 6th, 8th, 9th, 13th, 15th, 16th: Robbie Williams
The global pop phenomenon Robbie Williams will be at the Encore Theatre for four nights this month before returning in June and July. The UK’s number-one solo performer, with more than 75 million records sold worldwide, is one of the bestselling artists of all time. This is his first ever US residency and it promises to be a massive success.
After leaving boy band Take That, Williams found solo fame with a stream of successes both in the UK and abroad. His 1997 breakthrough debut album Live Thru A Lens was followed by the successful video Rock DJ. Since then he has produced a catalogue of iconic songs such as Angels, Let Me Entertain You, and Millennium.
Williams combined old world glamour with the charisma of the Rat Pack in his latest album Swings Both Ways and he is sure to produce some of his greatest hits together with his unique interpretations of old classics in this show. Any fans of Williams are guaranteed to have a great night out at this new show, so make sure that you do not miss out and book your tickets today.
March 27th, 29th, 30th: Kenny Loggins
After starting his career as part of the duo Loggins and Messina, singer/songwriter Kenny Loggins is probably best known for writing the soundtracks to some of the most successful films of the 1980s. He performed the title track for the film Footloose, which won him the Grammy Award for Song of the Year. Just two years later, he had two tracks on the Top Gun soundtrack, Playing with the Boys and Danger Zone.
He is now bringing all of his greatest hits to the Encore Theatre for three nights only. The audience will be treated to live versions of songs that they will know from countless films in the perfect intimate environment for a performer such as Loggins who is known for connecting with his fans while on stage. Tickets are selling fast so be sure to book yours before it is too late.
March 15th, 16th, 17th: Andrew Dice Clay
Known as one of America’s most controversial and outrageous comics, Andrew Dice Clay remains the only performer banned for life from MTV.
Despite a backlash against his brand of offensive humour, Dice rose to fame creating ‘Dicemania’. He was the first, and remains the only, comedian to sell out over three hundred sports areas across the USA to an audience of more than twelve million. He was also the first comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row. As Dice proudly boasted, “I’ve done so many concert tours that I can’t even remember their names.” To cap it all, in 1992 Dice performed in front of the largest audience ever by a comedian when he shared the stage with Guns & Roses at the Rose Bowl.
Since then Dice has continued to enjoy great success with a number of film and television roles, numerous gold and platinum selling CDs, an autobiography, and much more.
He will be at the Tropicana Casino for three nights this month in a show that is sure to shock and delight in equal measure. If you want a laugh then be sure to book your tickets, but don’t bother going if you are easily offended.
March 30th & 31st: Legends in Concert
Legends in Concert is one of the longest running shows in Las Vegas, and it is celebrating its thirty-fifth year. It brings together some of the world’s best tribute artists to recreate the performances of musical legends such as Lady Gaga, Elvis Presley, Whitney Houston, Frank Sinatra and many more.
The show is packed with talent, features an amazing live band, singers, dancers, and more. It combines costumes, with special effects and theatrical sets to produce a show like no other. The show includes 78 different iconic stars represented by over 130 tribute artists, so no matter your taste, it is sure to contain something that appeals.
March 9th: Tori Kelly
Tori Kelly is one of the new YouTube generation of pop stars having first made a name for herself by uploading original and cover songs when she was just 14 years old. At the age of 16 she auditioned for American Idol, but was eliminated early in the show. However, she had caught the eye of major labels and soon recorded and released her own EP.
Her second album Hiding Place mixed classic R&B sounds with the melodies of classic gospel music and was a huge success. However, this year she is trying something a bit different and she is on a US tour called The Acoustic Sessions! With a huge fan base behind her, Kelly continues to go from success to success and her Vegas show promises to be an evening to remember.
March 15th: Il Divo
The operatic wonders Il Divo are returning to North America with their new tour Timeless! The tour is in support of their new album of the same name and fans can expect to hear some of the best love songs of all time.
Il Divo first rose to prominence when they appear on the UK’s X-Factor in 2004. Since then the quartet have performed for millions across the world and been selected to accompany artists such as Barbara Streisand on tour. Their shown incorporate everything from Puccini to Rodgers and Hammerstein, and they appeal to a wide demographic. They are in Vegas for one night only with a show that will mix the old and the new, and it is sure to be an evening that fans will always remember.
March 26th: Why Don’t We
Why Don’t We are on tour promoting their debut album 8 Letters! The album, which was released at the end of August 2018, includes hits such as Trust Fund Baby.
The band have been called the successors to One Direction, and they are comprised of the former solo pop stars Corbyn Besson, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery, Jonah Marais and Zach Herron. They have enjoyed huge success in a short amount of time thanks to their good looks, talent, and charming personas. Fans of the group are sure to have a fantastic night, so be sure to book your tickets before they are all gone.
March 1st – 23rd: Human Nature – Jukebox
In many ways Human Nature are one of the longest-running modern boybands. The Australian group have been touring, recording and performing since the mid-1998s and they show no sign of slowing down. They are at the Venetian for a three-year residency and they are continuing to delight audiences on a weekly basis. Their latest album, Jukebox, is an exciting mixture of Mo-town, vocal pop, soul, and 50s and 60s standards. The album went platinum in 2016 and it continues to be hugely popular to this day.
Human Nature are best known for hits such as Wishes, Don’t Say Goodbye, Don’t Cry, and Eternal Flame. They have sold close to 3 million albums worldwide and earned 25 platinum awards. If you are in Vegas then then you certainly do not want to miss this show.
March 20th – 30th: Earth, Wind and Fire
Earth, Wind and Fire are one of the most successful groups to come out of the 1970s and still be performing today. With monster grooves and high energy, danceable hits, they continue to delight audiences almost fifty years on. The group have been on numerous world tours, released plenty of albums, and along the way collected 20 Grammy Award nominations (winning six as a group) and a Hall of Fame induction. Now they are on a US tour that has already received fantastic reviews.
A range of styles including Jazz, RnB, Funk, Disco and Soul influences the group’s music. They are fantastic performers known for their showmanship and theatricality that never fails to get audiences on their feet. The shows are sure to be full of classic tunes and an evening to remember for fans of the band.
Far More To Discover
This is just a small taste of what is going on in Vegas this month. In addition to the shows detailed above, there are many permanent shows and many more visiting artists. No matter what your taste is, you are sure to find plenty to keep you occupied during your visit to Vegas. If you are planning a trip then book your tickets today to make sure that you don’t miss out.