Las Vegas Shows July. During both July and August Las Vegas sees an increase in rainfall, however, showers are short. July is a popular month for visitors and higher crowds are expected. It is also popular time for families to come to Las Vegas. If you are bringing family, read more about family friendly shows and family friendly attractions in Las Vegas.
Hotel rates slightly increase in July, try to plan for mid-week arrival if you would like to save on your hotel cost. With the weather average raising above 100 degrees, expect the pools to be pretty occupied. Having a drink and sinking in the pool during summer months is part of Las Vegas experience, however, avoid hot morning and midday time and try late afternoon instead. Great indoor entertainment options are available in Las Vegas in July – see a permanent show, or a concert, a headliner performance.
Even with the hot weather, there are great outdoor tours that you may wish to try like soaring over Las Vegas in a helicopter, taking a day trip to Zion National Park, or trying a racing experience. Check out the list of top Las Vegas attractions within and around the city – visit Adventuredome Theme Park, Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, High Roller, Machine Guns Vegas, Shark Reef Aquarium, and more.
Las Vegas Entertainment, Events, Shows in July
Bally’s Las Vegas hosts one of the most popular magic and mystery Vegas performances – PARANORMAL by Frederic Da Silva. This international mentalist has many awards, some are 2011 Best Mentalist in Europe, winner of the FISM European Championship of Magic, prize winner at FFAP French Championship of Magic.
Nathan Burton Comedy Magic show is one of few Vegas family friendly afternoon shows. Highly popular for his NBC’s America’s Got Talent performances, magician Nathan Burton was born in Oakland, California. Nathan expressed his interest in magic at an early age. He came up with a unique blend of comedy and magic, and by the age of 18 he won four international competitions. Later, this signature style got him performance on NBC’s The World’s Greatest Magic specials.
VEGAS! THE SHOW is a story about Las Vegas and its legendary performers, a musical journey back in time when the World’s most famous city of entertainment was yet so young, a tribute to Vegas legends like The Rat Pack, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Elvis and Tom Jones - all those who made it so popular. This Broadway-style production full of glamour features neon signs, iconic showgirls, incredible dancers, music, singing, and A-list international performers seen on TV, in film and on stage. Incredible showgirls and dancers shine VEGAS! THE SHOW showcasing iconic costumes covered with rhinestones and feathers.
This show features state-of-the-art technology. The Love theater at The Mirage has a central stage with 360 degree speakers, moreover, each seat has three speakers including a pair in the headrest. The Love uses 32 projectors that project enormous images on the walls above and on the sides of the auditorium.
If you have seen at least one show by Cirque du Soleil, you will never forget what you experienced. Cirque du Soleil shows are theatrical art pieces that transfer spectators into a world of fantasy, a magical tale. KÀ by Cirque du Soleil at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas is one of the most extravagant stage productions.
Colorful and vibrant Mystere has a unique circus style of entertainment with visually mesmerizing scenes, diversity of music styles, spectacular choreography, and incredible acrobatics. This musical adventure creates a cheerful atmosphere you will not want to forget anytime soon. Mystere is a family friendly show that is performed twice a day. Tickets sell out fast, book in advance to secure your seat!
WOW – the Vegas Spectacular is a gem production that immerses audience into an extravaganza of water and fantasy. WOW features classic circus acts along with modern special effects like holograms, 3D projections and water on stage. Created and directed by honored Hanoch Rosènn, the performance debuted at the Rio Showroom at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in 2017 and since then remains popular among Vegas guests.