Las Vegas Shows September. Warm and sunny weather with barely any rain attracts thousands of tourists to Las Vegas in September. With average temperature ranging from 65 to 95 degrees, Las Vegas visitors still enjoy plenty of sunshine and spend lots of time outdoors bathing in the sun. Temperature slightly drops after sunset making evening pleasant time to walk the Strip, enjoy end of poo party season, or visit a rooftop club.
During a Labor Day weekend, Las Vegas sees many visitors and prices may significantly go up. If you are planning to party during Labor Day Weekend, booking tickets in advance is highly recommended. If you prefer more quiet weekend, avoid coming on one of the busiest weekends of the year. Las Vegas in September has great shows, events & concerts.
At the end of September. The Downtown Rock summer concert series closes, but you can experience Life is Beautiful artistic and musical festival in downtown Las Vegas and two-day iHeartRadio Music Festival that brings some iconic performers to Sin City. During the month of September, headliners like Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, Santana, and more perform on stage, while all permanent shows are running at a regular schedule and some pretty good deals are available on show tickets in September.
Outdoor activities peak up after extremely hot summer season. Traditional top popular adventures among Las Vegas visitors include Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon tours, Lake Meade tour, Red Rock Canyon tour, and ATVs.
Las Vegas Entertainment, Events, Shows in September
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.
Zumanity by Cirque du Soleil at New York, New York Hotel and Casino is not a typical Cirque du Soleil show, nonetheless, it is as phenomenal as all their shows. Whether going on a date night with a partner or looking where to spend time with your party, Zumanity is a great choice. This show took a unique niche among a variety of Vegas productions. It combines a high-end cirque mastery with a sensual performance. Provocative and passionate, this 90-minute performance interprets sexuality and everything that is evokes.
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!
Performed by 3 non-speaking bald and blue men, the show takes place in a specially designed state-of-the art Blue Man Theater at Luxor Hotel and Casino. One of the most fun live shows in Vegas, Blue Man Group fills amuses the audience. Performers move in the auditorium and engage spectators in the action throughout the show.