The best shows to see in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is best known as the casino capital of the world, a reputation it has cultivated for over a century. However, it no longer enjoys the monopoly it once had, with other cities and online casinos all taking a slice of the pie for themselves. In fact, the competition is so strong between online casinos that most offer attractive bonuses to new customers in order to increase their market share.

So to keep punters rolling in the city, Las Vegas has adapted, offering a whole buffet of entertainment, including a myriad of musicals.

Although the city does not have the same prestige as Broadway in New York or the West End in London, you will find some of the best theaters in the world that present some of the greatest shows ever performed here.

Like the sound of that? Here are some shows you must see while in Vegas.


Winner of 11 Tony Awards, Hamilton is a hit show that’s been one of Broadway’s biggest hits in recent years.

After debuting at the Off-Broadway Public Theater in 2015, the musical has been dazzling audiences in the Big Apple ever since.

He is now on his first national tour and will stop in Las Vegas in October and November.

If you’re in town at the time, this is a must.

Bat out of hell

In 1977, Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman created Bat out of hella musical about a dystopian New York in which a band of rock ‘n’ roll rebels take on an evil dictator.

It was a huge hit at the time and helped popularize songs like “Bat Out of Hell” and “Heavy Can Wait”.

Almost five decades later and the show is back; he will be in Las Vegas for over six months after successful tours of Toronto in Canada and London in England.

Bat Out of Hell will rock Vegas from late September 2022 to late March 2023.

Red Mill! Musical comedy

When Red Mill! released theatrically in 2001, it became an instant hit. And after grossing nearly $180 million at the box office, it was only a matter of time before there was a stage adaptation.

In fact, it was a Las Vegas casino that first touted the idea of ​​doing it back in 2002. However, it didn’t really happen until 2018 when the show premiered in Boston before move to Broadway in 2019.

Las Vegas audiences can enjoy the award-winning production in January when the curtain goes up on the Moulin Rouge! The Musical at the Smit Center.

Previous From Juke Joints to Jacobin Literature: The Vernaculars of Arkansas and the Making of Southern Fiction
Next Book sharing brings literature and art together