The bright lights are back on! Las Vegas continues to make a comeback from COVID-19.
Not only are our tourism numbers on the rise, but shows are starting to come back as well. After all, we know Las Vegas wouldn’t be the entertainment capital of the world without celebrity star power to put on a show.
Justin Bieber kicks things off on June 4, when he takes his world tour to T-Mobile Arena. That show was rescheduled because of the pandemic, but it follows the release of his chart-topping new album, “Justice.”
Barry Manilow re-starts his residency at the Westgate on June 10. After his shows were delayed several times, Manilow is scheduled to perform 18 times in Las Vegas between June and October.
In July, the celebrity scene really heats up. Comedians Dave Chappelle and Bill Burr will take the stage in Las Vegas. Chappelle will perform at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and Burr at The Chelsea, respectively.