Summer 2023 Events in Las Vegas

Are you looking to spend your summer in Las Vegas? There are some fantastic events planned this year. Whether you want to watch a concert, attend a festival or enjoy fireworks displays – we have it all covered.

Experience the magic of Purple Reign Prince at Tropicana Hotel or Carrie Underwood performing at Resorts World this summer! Tickets are selling quickly – don’t miss this rare chance to witness top-notch music in Las Vegas!

Fourth of July in Vegas

The Fourth of July in Las Vegas is one of the biggest and best summer festivals in the country. It’s filled with parades, concerts, barbecues, picnics – and of course fireworks!

Las Vegas kicks off the Fourth of July celebration early with hotels, casinos and pool parties decked out in patriotic decorations. Many resorts compete to host the largest 4th of July fireworks display anywhere. The festivities begin on Friday, June 30th with most of the fireworks taking place over Saturday, Sunday and into Monday.

Las Vegas boasts some of the finest fireworks in town and it’s always a thrill to watch them light up the night sky. But if you want to enjoy an unobstructed view without contending with the overwhelming crowds on The Strip, go to the Exodus Festival!

Exodus Festival

The Exodus Festival is an annual music event that takes over Las Vegas during Memorial Day weekend, the 4th of July holiday, the Summer Love Weekend in July, and Labor Day weekend! It features pool parties alongside nightclub activities. For EDM enthusiasts looking to join in the action and network with like-minded music connoisseurs from around the globe, this event should not be missed!

It’s also one of the best ways to celebrate summer. Attendees can dance their hearts out with their favorite DJs and enjoy live performances in an energetic atmosphere.

At this event, major artists such as Kygo, The Chainsmokers and Dave Guetta take to the stage to perform for fans. You can expect a mix of electronic dance music, hip hop and R&B at this gathering.

Over five days, thousands of attendees join for an unforgettable EDM party weekend. Guests can grab a wristband that grants them VIP entry to over ten parties across San Francisco – Hakkasan, Tao Beach Dayclub, Omnia Nightclub and more – giving them access to some truly exclusive experiences.

Big Blues Bender Festival

The Big Blues Bender Festival is a four-day music extravaganza set to become the talk of Vegas. Boasting more than 40 world-class artists on five stages, this event promises an endless supply of nonstop entertainment over four days and nights.

Established by AJ Gross, the Bender Music Festival is one of Las Vegas’ newest annual music events. Similar to Psycho Vegas II which attracted out-of-town attendees for an outstanding music event, the Bender targets true blues fans willing to shell out money for a premium experience.

On September 7-10 at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, Big Blues Bender is a must-see for music fans of all ages. Featuring an exciting line-up that includes Keb’ Mo’, Beth Hart, Jimmie Vaughn, Tab Benoit, the Blood Brothers, and many more, this festival truly has something for everyone – plus those who wish to stay longer can take advantage of some great festival packages offered by Big Blues Bender!

Life is Beautiful Festival

The Life is Beautiful Festival, held annually in Downtown Las Vegas, honors music, art, food and learning. It’s a three-day late September party that draws hundreds of thousands of attendees each year. This year the dates are September 22-24.

Tickets for the event are on sale now and can be purchased at TicketSmarter. The lineup features artists such as The Killers, Kendrick Lamar and ODESZA.

VIP tickets are more expensive, but they come with additional perks such as on-stage passes and golf cart transportation. Furthermore, these permits enable you to enter and exit the festival more frequently.

While it can be tempting to spend all your money on a trip to Life is Beautiful, try to save some cash for other activities. Additionally, book your hotel room early as downtown Las Vegas hotels often sell out during the festival.