Las Vegas Strip Brings on Another Rock Legend

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As a rock superstar performs at Encore at The Wynn, the Las Vegas Strip maintains its reputation as a host to the best performers in the world.

Since pianist Liberace started performing regularly in Sin City in the 1940s, Las Vegas has a reputation for presenting the best performers in the world. This reputation dates back nearly 80 years.

Liberace maintained his residences for more than 40 years, concluding with his final show in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace on the Strip in August 1986, six months before his passing in February 1987.

In the 1950s, Frank Sinatra started performing regularly in Las Vegas, and in the 1960s, he introduced the Rat Pack to the Strip.

Numerous well-known performers would thereafter take the stage on the Strip, including Elvis Presley, whose renowned residencies started in 1969.

Beginning in the 1990s, magicians Siegfried & Roy were well-known performers on the Strip, and Cirque du Soleil launched its first performance, Mystere, in 1993.

Celine Dion, Elton John, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Cher, and Bette Midler have all recently had residency slots on the Strip.

Katy Perry will perform at Resorts World Las Vegas from October 5 to October 22. Barry Manilow will perform at Westgate Las Vegas from October 13 to October 22.

Oct. 14–Oct. 29: John Legend at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood; Nov. 2–13: Santana at the House of Blues Las Vegas; Dec. 2–11: Aerosmith at the Park MGM.

The Jonas Brothers will return to Park MGM for three performances on November 10, 11, and 12, following their June performance at MGM Resorts International's (MGM) Dolby Live at Park MGM.

Adele, a legendary artist, will resume her 24-show engagement at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on November 18 and continue it through February 24 (with a break from Christmas through January 20)

Although specific dates have not been established, there have been rumors that Lady Gaga is organizing a new residency production at Park MGM in 2023.

The Chromatica Ball event, which Lady Gaga recently performed on a tour, is anticipated to be included in her residency when she makes her return to Las Vegas in 2023, but not her previous Enigma act.

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