Daytime shows in Las Vegas can be the perfect way to fit more into your itinerary or act as a break from gambling. Show genre options available during the day range from magic and comedy, all the way to drag and stripper training. There is literally a little something for all tastes.
As an added bonus, many afternoon shows in Vegas are appropriate for kids, making them one of the better things to do with kids in Las Vegas.
Afternoon Shows on The Strip
Mac King Comedy Magic: In a city that quickly kicks underperforming entertainment options to the curb, Mac King’s daytime show at Excalibur has stood the test of time. Uniquely, Mac incorporates animals like guinea pigs and goldfish into his family-friendly comedy magic routine. Tickets can be purchased in advance either with the box office or here, with Vegas.com which is commonly a few bucks cheaper. Price it out to get the best deal!
Popovich’s Comedy Pet Theater: Performing at the V Theater within the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, Gregory Popovich leverages over 30 rescue pets in his production. A recent finalist on America’s Got Talent, Popovich is widely regarded as one of the top pet trainers in the world. Shop tickets with the box office, and with Vegas.com.
There is also a Groupon deal for Popovich’s Comedy Pet Theater here, which can save you up to 37%.
Nathan Burton Comedy Magic: Another magician previously featured on America’s Got Talent, Nathan Burton plays an afternoon show at the V Theater within the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. Earning 4.6/5 stars on Vegas.com, this is a strong daytime option. Shop tickets with the box office and with Vegas.com, here.
There is also a ticket deal being offered on Groupon for Nathan Burton here, which can save you up to 36% off face value.
Potted Potter: While it likely took you longer to read the books, Potted Potter fits all 7 books from the hit series into a 70-minute show at Bally’s. While they offer an evening show, Potted Potter also performs in the early afternoon. If you enjoyed the books, you’re likely to get a good laugh out of this daytime show in Las Vegas. Tickets can be purchased with the box office, and here, on Vegas.com.
Potted Potter is also offering a discount of up to 8% on tickets purchased via this Groupon deal.
Paranormal Mind Reading Magic: Frederic Da Silva stars in this late afternoon show that incorporates hypnosis, mind reading, and magic at Bally’s. As the proud owner of numerous magic awards from Europe, we’re sure Da Silva will leave you amazed. Tickets can be purchased in advance here, with the box office or with Vegas.com.
Murray The Magician: A former semifinalist on America’s Got Talent, Murray The Magician has taken his show to Tropicana on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. Offering a late afternoon performance, Murray is appropriate for kids and adults alike. Be prepared for audience participation! Tickets can be snagged with the Tropicana box office, or on Vegas.com.
Stripper 101: A rare afternoon show in Las Vegas that’s not fit for kids, Stripper 101 could be the perfect option for revving up a bachelorette party or girls’ night out. Stripper 101 is located in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and will teach the ladies of your group how to pole dance like the pros. Tickets to this interactive class can be purchased with the box office, or here, with Vegas.com.
Drag Brunch at Senor Frogs: Complete with an open bar and a buffet-style brunch, this daytime show in Las Vegas is a strong value. Starring some of the most popular Queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Senor Frog’s Drag Brunch at TI offers shows at both 11 am and 1 pm. Tickets can be purchased here, with Vegas.com, or via this deal on Groupon.
Fortunately, there are a solid number of daytime shows in Las Vegas, and hopefully, we were able to help you find something that fits your needs! Spanning the spectrum of genres, afternoon shows in Las Vegas range from drag, all the way to magic and comedy.
Related: Check out these other show genres in Las Vegas for ideas! Options include Magic Shows, Comedy Shows, Drag Shows, Kid-Friendly Shows, Male Revues, Tribute Band Shows, burlesque shows, Variety Shows, Dinner Shows, and Cirque du Soleil Shows.
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