(Las Vegas, NV) — There’s no shortage of entertainment options in Las Vegas for the Labor Day holiday.
Tony Bennett plays The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, while Neil Diamond performs at the MGM Grand. Also tomorrow night, Dee Snyder gives fans a free concert at the Fremont Street Experience. On Sunday, B.B. King will play the House of Blues.
For comedy fans, Whoopi Goldberg plays Treasure Island, Jay Leno hits the Mirage, and Pauly Shore is at the South Point. Shaquille O’Neal brings his All-Star Comedy Jam to the Hard Rock Hotel.
The musical “Wicked” kicks off its first weekend at The Smith Center. But a pair of long-running shows are saying good-bye. “Phantom-The Las Vegas Spectacular” ends Sunday after a nearly six-year run at The Venetian. And the two-year-old “Viva Elvis” makes its final bow tonight at the Aria resort.