Spring is popular time in Las Vegas as the weather is beautiful and daily temperature stays around 70- 80 degrees. Las Vegas in April offers some pleasant surprises on hotel and travel rates, and a variety of special events throughout the city. Visit one of the permanent shows by Cirque Du Soleil, book a Magic Show tickets, spend an evening of laughter at one of the top Comedy Show, or explore Adult entertainment options.
Headliner performances in April feature Santana, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Celine Dion, Paul Anka, Boyz II Men, and more. April is time for several special Las Vegas events. Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend is the largest and most popular Rockabilly festival in the world, it attracts 20,000 fans to Sin City each year.
Las Vegas in April hosts annual Academy of Country Music Awards (ACM Awards) honoring best entertainers, vocalists, and songs with signature “hat” trophy. The annual Great Vegas Festival of Beer takes place in downtown at the beginning of April. With over 500 types of craft beer to sample and beer-inspired cuisine this festival is a heaven for beer lovers! April in Vegas guarantee best outdoor time – pool parties, rooftop events, or nature tours and attractions are the must during this pleasant month.
Las Vegas Entertainment, Events, Shows in April
You might feel invincible after winning some money in Vegas, but we’re here to tell you the only person who’s invincible in Vegas, happens to be Kelly Clarkson. If you don’t believe us, check out her show Kelly Clarkson: Invincible inside Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood. That’s the only proof we need.
Kelly Clarkson became America’s sweetheart once those glitter cannons went off, and she won the inaugural season of “American Idol.” The rest is history. She has been a trailblazer for female artists in the industry, and produced hit after hit. At any given moment you can belt out to memorable hits like “Since U Been Gone,” “Heat” and “Mr. Know It All.” Those songs launched her career and she won awards like Grammys, MTV Video Music Awards and ACM awards.
Power couple alert! This husband and wife team takes “what’s mine is yours” to a whole new level. They’re recording artists, co-authors and even had their own television show. Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. are taking the Vegas stage for a two-night engagement.
Starting their career as lead singers of The 5th Dimension, McCoo and Davis hit it big with their first singles “Up, Up & Away,” “Wedding Bell Blues” and “Stoned Soul Picnic” – this picnic sounds like the kinda joint we love. After leaving the band, the duo went on to earning seven Grammy Awards, 15 gold records and three platinum records (talk about one decorated couple).
Formed by brothers Walter and Wallace Scott, The Whispers burst onto the R&B scene in 1964 with the single "I Was Born When You Kissed Me." The band earned a strong fan following with its novel selling point: twin lead vocalists. Together, with disco star Evelyn "Champagne" King, they're bringing their smooth vocals to The Cannery