Friday, November 1 - Saturday, November 2
After officially kicking off their reunion in Las Vegas more than three years ago, Guns N' Roses are back in town playing their only West Coast dates of 2019 on their seemingly never-ending Not In This Lifetime Tour. This time around, Axl, Slash, Duff and company are performing at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace -- a theater much smaller than the arenas and stadiums they usually play. Given the volatile history of the band, who knows how long this semi-reunion of the original lineup will last? But at some point, we have to get Izzy and Steven back in the mix.
Cost: Tickets begin at $149
Friday, November 1 - Sunday, November 3
Las Vegas Festival Grounds
The Las Vegas Festival Grounds (near Las Vegas Blvd. and Sahara) is welcoming the debut of Day N Vegas. The three-day outdoor rap and hip-hop music fest has signed up J. Cole, Travis Scott, and Kendrick Lamar as the headliners. The show begins at noon each day and runs well into late-night hours. Heads up: There is no official parking. So if you don't want to gamble on parking at a nearby casino, take advantage of the monorail or ride share services.
Cost: $199 for single-day tickets; $399-$549 for three-day passes
Thursday, November 7 - Sunday, November 10
Madonna is bringing her eyepatch and Madame X tour to Las Vegas for a mini-residency of sorts, performing three nights at the newly renovated Colosseum at Caesars Palace. While Madonna's experimental side isn't for everyone, getting to see her in a 4,000-seat venue is an opportunity that doesn't come around too often. So far, we know a lot is going into the production. So much, in fact, that she postponed some early dates on the tour. At last word, the Vegas shows remain on schedule.
Cost: Tickets begin at $251 (and include a physical copy of Madonna's new album)