Theater & Shows in Meadows

"Defending The Caveman" at Improv Showroom at Harrah's Las Vegas (Up to 53% Off)

"Defending The Caveman"

Improv Showroom at Harrah's Las Vegas

$49.45 $24


Rob Becker's acclaimed one-man show, seen in 45-plus countries by more than 10 million people worldwide, sends up the battle of the sexes

Jeff Civillico: Comedy In Action at Showroom at The Quad (Up to 41% Off)

Jeff Civillico: Comedy In Action

Showroom at The Quad

$49.50 $29


Physical comedian delights audiences of all ages with dexterous feats and entertaining stage banter

Southwest Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Vince Neil's Tatuado Restaurant & Cantina (Up to 50% Off)

Vince Neil's Tatuado Restaurant & Cantina

Las Vegas

$99.90 $54.90

Mötley Crüe lead singer and front man shares his favorite tequila-filled Southwest-inspired food and drinks

Frankie Scinta at The D Las Vegas Showroom (Up to 71% Off)

Frankie Scinta

The D Showroom

$48.90 $14


Witty comedian and singer joins his brother and two other entertainers for a dynamic variety show

"Tony N' Tina's Wedding" at Windows at Bally's Las Vegas (Up to 29% Off)

"Tony N' Tina’s Wedding"

Windows at Bally's Las Vegas

$121.99 $87


Theatergoers get a one-of-a-kind experience in this interactive performance that premiered off-Broadway in 1988

“V - The Ultimate Variety Show” for One or Two at the V Theater (Up to 59% Off)

V The Ultimate Variety Show

V Theater

$169.36 $69.99


Wide range of performers, from contortionists to magicians to aerialists, demonstrate their talents during a high-energy variety show

"Vegas! The Show" Performance for One or Two at the Saxe Theater (Up to 56% Off)

Vegas! The Show

Saxe Theater

$95 $45


Historical Las Vegas revue chronicles the city's biggest stars to the tunes of a live big-band orchestra seven days a week

Sin City Comedy Show for One with a Drink at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino (Up to 69% Off)

Sin City Comedy

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

$48 $15


Nationally renowned comedians take the stage each week, supported by dancers who mix glitzy costumes with their own bawdy humor

One Show or One-Week VIP Package at The World Series of Comedy on September 22–27 (Up to 56% Off)

"The World Series of Comedy"

Tuscany Suites & Casino

$31.99 $14


The fifth-annual World Series of Comedy awards the standup champion with 50 weeks of bookings and a CD-recording deal

Standup Comedy Show for Two with Option for VIP Seating at Laugh Factory (Up to 66% Off)

Laugh Factory

The Strip

$92.88 $32


Veteran and up-and-coming comedians such as Jim Tavaré and Steve McGrew grace the stage of the Las Vegas arm of the legendary Hollywood club

"Menopause The Musical" at Luxor Hotel and Casino on August 25–October 4 (Up to 41% Off)

"MENOPAUSE The Musical"

Atrium Showroom at Luxor Hotel and Casino

$65.95 $39


Four women deal with menopause to the tune of parodies of well-known songs from the '60s, '70s, and '80s

All-You-Can-Eat-and-Drink Gospel Brunch at House of Blues Las Vegas (Up to 48% Off)

All-You-Can-Eat-and-Drink Gospel Brunch at House of Blues

House of Blues at Mandalay Bay

$111 $59


Local performers belt out gospel songs selected by Kirk Franklin as audiences clap along and dig into a hearty, Southern-style brunch buffet

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The first Bonkerz Comedy Club was founded in Wisconsin in 1984, when nightclub-owning brothers Joe and John Sanfelippo and best friend George Maltezos decided that it was more fun and less of a hassle to book comedians than musicians. Nearly 30

2411 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas,

Standup comedian and Emmy-winning writer Ed Driscoll continues his career-long campaign of relentless rib-tickling in a quintet of appearances atop the stage of the new Louie Anderson Theater. Driscoll has composed material for Dennis Miller and Billy Crystal, opened for Louie Anderson, and contributed to or appeared on a litany of television programs and specials. July 19–23, Driscoll will take to the mic toting a relaxed and friendly style of standup that creates a community of chuckling by rejecting the elitist humor of Internet search engines and self-satisfied housecats.

2411 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas,

With classes designed to meet the needs of both beginner and advanced dancers, Tunay Ink instructors educate hip-hop hopefuls in the techniques and aerobic benefits of this popular street dancing style. Amid solid beats and graffitied brick walls, dance disciples can learn the primary elements of breaking before defying gravity and hair-spray hold with head spins. The popping savvy can lord over subservient muscle serfs with a series of classes that teach both popping techniques and effective employment of hip-hop lingo, or weekly locking classes that appeal to the acrobatically inclined with physically demanding moves, such as carrying a sleeper couch up three flights of stairs.

1118 S Main St
Las Vegas,

For fans of M?tley Cr?e, Vince Neil's Tatuado at Circus Circus is like a museum, rock club, and bar all rolled into one. Inside the main dining room, 22 high-definition flat-screens?plus several projection screens?play a constant mix of rock videos and behind-the-scenes clips of Vince in Vegas. Besides the TVs, guests can marvel at some of Vince's most cherished possessions, including gold M?tley Cr?e records and framed strands of Tommy Lee's hair. In addition to celebrating Vince's hits, his Tatuado honors present-day rocking with weekly events including live bands and "rock-aoke" nights.

Amid all the sweet riffs and eye-catching memorabilia, cooks put their stamp on bar food classics with everything from vegan grilled cheese sandwiches to burgers sandwiched between slices of grilled Krispy Kreme donuts. They even incorporate Vince's Tatuado Tequila into several dishes, such as pan-fired chicken smothered in a tequila-spiked lime sauce. Vince's Tatuado tequila and vodka also flavor specialty cocktails, which complement each hearty feast.

Las Vegas,

6883 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas,

Billed as a spring celebration of music, art, and food, The Pastel Project plunges festivalgoers into a springtime celebration at the boutique Royal Hotel. An outdoor stage will weather a soundstorm whipped up over a span of two days, elevating 11 artists above the crowd and the sinister clutches of ravenous moles. The Whigs will headline Friday's set, bringing a distinctive Southern twang to its up-tempo garage rock, and lead singer Teri Gender Bender of the Mexican punk outfit Le Butcherettes thrills ears with her husky pipes. Brazilian band CSS tops Saturday's lineup, infusing dance-friendly indie-rock with snotty new wave ‘tude, and STRFKR set legs moving with breezy electropop beats instead of by pretending there’s a rat on the loose.

99 Convention Center Drive
Las Vegas,