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Resident Performers in Las Vegas Right Now – Headliners

Dubbed the “City of Entertainment”, Las Vegas has no problem attracting big stars to play residencies in the opulent theaters and arenas that line the Strip.

With so many headliners coming and going, we figured it would be helpful to detail current and upcoming Las Vegas residencies so that you can find a headliner that fits both your tastes and travel timeline.

For our purposes, we chose to leave residencies that only last a few days off the list as they are unlikely to line up with your dates of travel. Do 3-5 performances really qualify as a residency anyway? We don’t think so.

Las Vegas Strip Residencies

Resorts World Resident Performers

The newest resort on the Las Vegas Strip has made its presence known with a number of high-profile residencies that call its new 5,000-seat theater home.

Katy Perry PLAY also calls the Resorts World Theater home and will play selected dates through the end of October. PLAY features some unique production elements… such as a giant toilet with a dancing piece of feces emerging from it. Can’t make it up. Tickets start at $80.

Luke Bryan has taken his country show to Vegas, playing select nights through early December. Tickets start at just under $80.

Luke bryan performs on stage with a guitar
Credit: John Shearer/Getty Images/Resorts World

Celine Dion had to postpone the start of her Las Vegas residency at Resorts World due to medical reasons. We remain hopeful it’ll happen down the road and will update this post when dates are announced.

Caesars Palace Resident Performers

Weekends With Adele was highly anticipated with tickets selling out in minutes. While the residency was delayed for some time, the series of performances has been rescheduled to take place from November 2022 – March 2023.

Marketing image depicting Adele sigining and her tour dates of November - March
Credit: Raven B Varona/LVCVA

Sting “My Songs” will play 6 dates at Caesars Palace in April of 2023. Snag tickets to hear hits like “Every Little Thing She Does is Magic” and “Roxanne” among others. Tickets start at $59 plus fees.

Sting plays guitar on stage wearing a bright yellow sport coat
Credit: Denise Truscello/Caesars Entertainment

Rod Stewart: The Hits will call the Colosseum at Caesars Palace home on select dates in September, and October of 2022. Popular songs you can expect to hear include “Hot Legs” and “Tonight’s the Night”. Tickets start at $50 plus fees and go up as you get closer to the stage.

Rod Stewart singing into a microphone on stage
Credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage/Caesars Entertainment

Harrah’s Resident Performers

Donny Osmond performed for years at Flamingo with his sister, Marie. Now he’s on his own and performing his solo residency in the Harrah’s Showroom.

With dates scheduled as late as November of 2022, fans of hits like “Puppy Love” and “Start Again” should be able to find a date that works at a price point of $75 and up.

Donny Osmond on Stage
Credit: Denise Truscello/Caesars Entertainment

Flamingo Resident Performers

Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal calls Bugsy’s Cabaret at Flamingo home and performances run well into the summer of 2023. There, you’ll see Mr. Las Vegas himself perform hits like “Summer Wind” and “Danke Shoen” among others. Tickets start at $82.

TIP: Use promo code WNAFF when selecting your tickets to save 25% on general admission tickets.

Planet Hollywood Resident Performers

John Legend: Love in Las Vegas calls the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood home and offers show dates through the end of October 2022. Tickets start in the $80 range plus fees.

John Legend Advertismement
Courtesy Caesars Entertainment

Miranda Lambert: Velvet Rodeo The Las Vegas Residency will also call the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood home and play select dates in September, October, November, and December of 2022. Dates in March and April of 2023 are also on the calendar.

Miranda Lambert concert ad
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainmnet

Cosmopolitan Headline Performers

While there aren’t currently any long-term residencies at Cosmopolitan, they host a constant stream of big-name headliners for short stints. Recent acts include The Killers, Deftones, and Olivia Rodrigo among others. If you’re looking for a show, Cosmopolitan’s events page is worth a look.

Park MGM Resident Performers

Usher – The Vegas Residency will call Park MGM’s Dolby Live Theater home and perform on select dates in September and October of 2022. Tickets start in the mid $70 range plus fees.

Usher dances on stage
Credit: Denise Truscello/Getty Images

Maroon 5 Las Vegas – The Residency will play select dates at Park MGM’s Dolby Live Theater in March, April, July, and August of 2023.

Maroon 5 Ad for their Vegas residency
Courtesy KF Publicity

Aerosmith’s “Deuces are Wild” residency was temporarily put on ice so that Steven Tyler could work on his sobriety, however, concert dates are back on the calendar through December of 2022 at Park MGM’s Dolby Live theater.

Advertismement for Aerosmith's residency at Park MGM detailing date range of shows
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Mandalay Bay Headline Performers

While there are no current long-term residencies scheduled, Mandalay Bay’s Michelob ULTRA Arena hosts a never-ending stream of talent for one-off shows. Recent performers include Rob Zombie, Gloria Trevi, Sublime, and more. Check out the Mandalay Bay events calendar here to see who will be performing during your dates.

Off-Strip Residencies

Westgate Resident Performers

Barry Manilow – The Hits Come Home! has performance dates at Westgate through December of 2022. With over 85 million records sold, we’re sure there will be plenty of folks clamoring to see the icon live in Las Vegas. Tickets to see Manilow in person can be yours for as little as $55 plus fees.

Hopefully, we were able to help you find a current Las Vegas residency or headline performer that works for your tastes and dates of travel. Have a great time in Vegas!

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