MGM Resorts Brings Entertainment Back to Las Vegas 2024

More than two years ago, the Las Vegas entertainment world was devastated by the tragic shooting massacre at the Route 91 Harvest Festival on the Las Vegas Strip. The event was set to host country music star Jason Aldean, but at 10:05 p.m. local time, a gunman was able to deliver a fatal barrage of gunfire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino to the country music event. The attack killed 58 people — including two off-duty police officers who were in attendance at the festival — and injured more than 500.

MGM Resorts is a company that is well known and well respected, they have been around for many years now, and have been taking all the credit for the revitalization of resorts in Las Vegas. But one thing that they have not done is to bring back the type of entertainment that was once a staple of many Las Vegas resorts. Now, with the creation of a new resort, that could very well change. The new MGM Park, located at the MGM Grand, will be designed to bring back an old favorite: the Las Vegas Strip.

When you think of Las Vegas, you think of the Strip, and most people think of the Las Vegas Strip as the center of excitement in Sin City. But there’s another Strip in town, one that is more interesting, less crowded and infinitely more fun. That’s the Las Vegas Strip formerly known as the MGM Resorts International Strip.

World-class entertainment is back in Las Vegas, and MGM Resorts International is taking the lead in more than a dozen buildings on the Las Vegas Strip.

More than a year after the COVID-19 pandemic, Sin City is wide open again. So visitors can expect many exciting shows, including comedy and magic shows, fights and awesome games, concerts featuring big-name musicians, enticing dance shows perfect for a bachelor or bachelorette party, and much more.

At the Mirage Theatre, MGM patients can see modern magic in the person of Sheen Lim – the only man to win America’s Got Talent twice – when he performs LIMITLESS on Monday, Thursday and Sunday. Visitors can also attend a Cirque du Soleil show. Mystere on Treasure Island opens on the 28th. June and O at the Bellagio at 1. The month of July will be open. In addition, the Blue Man Group returns on the 24th. June returns to the Luxor, with performances from Thursday to Monday at 5pm and 8pm.

This summer at Luxor and Mirage, guests can laugh at comedy acts like Carrot Top and stand-up stars like Chelsea Handler, Tom Segura and Bill Maher.

For an unforgettable evening that takes you back to another era, be sure to visit the Mayfair Supper Club at the Bellagio. Located across from the famous Bellagio Fountains, this Prohibition-era venue offers live entertainment, including piano and jazz concerts, and special afternoon entertainment after 11pm. Guests can enjoy all this while sipping on a signature cocktail and feasting on the delicious Mayfair menu. Of particular interest is the slow-roasted Mishima Wagyu rib, which is sliced on the spot.

The Bellagio’s new Mayfair Supper Club combines contemporary American cuisine with live entertainment. (Photo via Bellagio)

Meanwhile, fight fans can experience a summer like never before: The T-Mobile Arena will be in full swing for the next two weeks for two highly anticipated fights. UFC legend Conor McGregor will be in action on July 10 in a third fight between the two to try and avenge his January loss to Dustin Poirier, while boxing superstars Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will meet on the 24th. July will meet in a heavyweight title fight.

Sports fans staying at Mandalay Bay and Luxor should also not miss the Stadium Walk and Bud Light Beer Garden at Allegiant Stadium for the upcoming football season, with plenty of food, drinks, music, games and other entertainment. From now until 30. June 2024, guests can book a two-night stay at the Mandalay Bay or Luxor for the period of 7… September 2024 to 11. January 2024: Book and receive $150 food and beverage credit per stay, redeemable at Bud Light Beer Garden, from $609.

T-Mobile Arena opens in Las Vegas. (Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International)

MGM Resorts will also host training camps and practice games in Las Vegas for the U.S. men’s and women’s national basketball teams ahead of the Summer Olympics from 6-18. July.

Hitmaker and one-time artist Bruno Mars will also return to Las Vegas in July for a series of concerts at the 5,200-seat Park Theater at Park MGM. The festivities begin the weekend of April 4. Mars returns for six more shows in July and two more in August. Tickets for the final four dates go on sale Friday, June 18 at 10 a.m.

(left to right) Shin Lim, Bill Maher, Carrot Top, David Copperfield, Boyz II Men, David Spade. (From left to right) Kathleen Madigan, Jabbawockeez, Brad Garrett, Fantasy, Jay Leno. (Below from left to right) The Australian Bee Gees, Ray Romano, Hans Klock, Terry Fator, Thunder from Underground. (Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts)

Guests of MGM Resorts have many more ways to have fun, with a wide range of epic amenities, including sprawling pool complexes, popular new attractions like top golf and virtual reality, and many family-friendly activities like the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay.

Visit MGMResorts.com to learn more about all the great entertainment awaiting guests at MGM Resorts in Las Vegas.The success of Steve Wynn’s new casino-resort project in Las Vegas has once again proved the financial benefits of investing in the entertainment industry, and it is a trend that will most likely continue.

If you don’t know what that means, then you probably haven’t been paying much attention to the most recent news. For those of you who’ve been paying attention, you know that Vegas is a city known for its eye-popping array of entertain ive options, and that the city’s entertainment district is one of the most lucrative entertainment markets in the world..

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