Already 2019 promises new shows headed to the Las Vegas Strip, a cocktail bar from a reality show and new restaurants. Here's a look at all that's coming to Las Vegas this year so far.
Robbie Williams, the English singer-songwriter and entertainer from the pop group Take That, serenades the audience with his smooth sons such as “She’s the One,” “Feel” and “No Regrets.” March 6, 8-9, 13, 15-16. Tickets start at $59.50. Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas
Aerosmith takes over the Las Vegas Strip with a residency that brings never-seen visuals and audio from Aerosmith recording sessions. Of course, the shows include the band’s rocking hits such as “Dream On,”“Same Old Song and Dance,” “Sweet Emotion” and “Walk This Way.” Expect a good show from frontman Steven Tyler. April 6, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18, 21, 23, 26. Tickets start at $75. Park Theater at the Park MGM
Reality personality Lisa Vanderpump brings Vanderpump Cocktail Garden to Caesars Palace, filled with an indoor patio and decked out with an al fresco-style garden with trees, lots of pink and romantic lighting that begs for a date night. Opening in early 2019, Caesars Palace
The country music trio Lady Antebellum lands its first Las Vegas residency, Our Kind of Vegas, opening in February. A setlist of chart-topping songs such as “Need You Now,” “Just a Kiss” and “You Look Good” take the stage, along with stripped-down performances each night that will often feature the songwriters behind the group’s fan-favorite hits. Feb. 8-9, 13, 15-16. Tickets start at $34.95, Pearl at the Palms
Action sports athletes led by motorcycle daredevil Travis Pastrana—who paid tribute to Evel Knievel at Caesars Palace last summer—perform spectacular feats and unbelievable stunts in a fully choreographed, adrenaline-charged event dubbed Nitro Circus. The residency promises non-stop action and insane ramps. Opens in spring 2019 at Bally’s Las Vegas
In celebration of her 75th birthday “Diamond Jubilee,” international music icon Diana Ross makes her return to Wynn Las Vegas in winter 2019 with her all-new show, “Diamond Diana.” “Stop! In the Name of Love” and “I’m Coming Out” all make an appearance before Diana Ross sings her anthem, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” Feb. 6, 8-9, 13, 16-17, 20, 22-23. Tickets are $60.50- $301. Wynn Las Vegas, 702.770.9966
The Linq Promenade teams up with the late-night host and Las Vegas native Jimmy Kimmel on a new club that will showcase comedians ranging from up-and-coming talent to household names. Think late night shows, surprise guests and live music. Opening spring 2019
More to Come
Smith & Wollensky returns to the Las Vegas Strip with a 14,000-squarefoot restaurant that seats nearly 400 people. This time, it sits aside the Venetian-inspired Grand Canal Shoppes and brings back old favorites such as a 24-ounce rib-eye steak and a bone-in New York cut, as well as newcomers, including an American wagyu beef, a tomahawk steak charred table-side, and rotisserie-roasted chicken, veal and prime rib.
Water Grill makes its first foray into Vegas with a seafood restaurant out of Los Angeles opening at the Forum Shops at Caesars. A raw bar and a chilled shellfish menu features Pacific and Eastern oysters, as well as clams, scallops, lobster, sea urchin and crab. Also on the horizon at the Forum Shops, The Slanted Door, a Vietnamese restaurant with San Francisco roots.
Legends in Concert, the longest-running show in Las Vegas, makes the move to the Tropicana the second week of February.