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Published on July 22nd, 2020 | by Jerry Doby

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Every Las Vegas Music Event this Summer

While the disruption to the live music scene caused so far in 2020 has been significant, there are signs that things are getting back to normal at the moment.

If you are planning to catch an event in Las Vegas this summer, there are a few options to consider, so here is a look at how to find the best shows and which music-focused get-togethers are still scheduled to take place

Interactive Nevada Casino Map

The best way to find Casinos in Nevada is via the interactive map on casinos.us, which allows you to scour the entire state for places to play table games, spin slots and of course see the latest and greatest performances from top global artists as well as home-grown talent.

Checking this kind of interactive map on a regular basis is sensible as it will not only help you discover cutting edge events, but also get updates if any are cancelled or rescheduled. In these uncertain times, taking such precautions is essential.

Shania Twain

Having kicked off her Let’s Go residency at Caesars Palace in late 2019, country star Shania Twain is back again from the 21st of August, bringing an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza that boasts all of the big budget production values you could want from a Vegas show.

You can expect Twain to dole out hit after hit, accompanied by a brilliant backing band, a cavalcade of professional dancers and a slew of costume changes that make it well worth the price of admission.

Pitbull

Zappos Theatre at Planet Hollywood is hosting superstar rapper Pitbull for two nights this September, and you can be sure that Mr Worldwide himself will put on one heck of a good show.

Expect oodles of Latin-infused beats, big choruses and a stage that is swamped with perfectly choreographed dancers to accompany the big personality of Pitbull as he spits his classic tracks and new joints alike.

iHeartRadio Music Festival

Arriving at the tail end of the summer, the iHeartRadio Music Festival 2020 is back for the 10th year in a row, and should serve up a wide variety of artists and experiences for those who are in attendance.

While the line-up for this year’s show has yet to be announced, in the past it has featured everyone from Chance the Rapper and Miley Cyrus to Billie Eilish, Green Day and Camila Cabello.

Given that many music fans have been enjoying live concerts at home over the course of the summer so far, the opportunity to see stars in the flesh once again will be one worth relishing.

Enrique Iglesias & Ricky Martin

Two titans of the pop music world come together for the first time, kicking off a concert tour that is visiting Las Vegas on the 26th of September.

Both Iglesias and Martin have been effusive in their promotion of this tour, claiming that the staging will be just as spectacular as the vocal acrobatics that they’ll be performing. Although they have yet to partner on a track together, this is also apparently in the works and more dates will no doubt be added if this first run proves to be a success.

Electric Daisy Carnival

When the EDC returns to Las Vegas in early October, it could be argued that the summer will have been and gone by this point. Thankfully the desert climate that Sin City enjoys will mean that conditions will be great for this outdoor EDM extravaganza.

You will have to hold out for a little longer before the line-up for this year’s festival is confirmed, once again showing just how uncertain organizers are about the availability of artists. Even so, with past years including performances from the likes of A$AP Rocky, Tiesto and Diplo amongst hundreds of others, there is little chance of disappointment.

Rod Stewart

Bringing back the pomp and swagger of classic rock and roll, Rod Stewart is playing shows in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace in both September and October this year.

With a career that spans over half a century, Rod Stewart is clearly a man who knows how to stay healthy and happy; the secret in his case is possibly being an internationally acclaimed multimillionaire. He still manages to strut his stuff with style when he hits the stage and if you are in the mood for hearing songs that are imbued with decades of nostalgia, then booking a ticket for this event will definitely be a good idea.



About the Author

Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps.


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