Silverstein, Celine Dion and Kid Cudi are just a few of the acts playing Vegas this weekend.
Silverstein, Celine Dion and Kid Cudi are just a few of the acts playing Vegas this weekend.
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The main draw in Las Vegas this weekend is the return of Neon Reverb four-day, all inclusive music festival. That event will be taking over six venues Downtown, and although each event is ticketed separately, a wristband for $50 will allow festival-goers access into all the venues. For those that want to stay on the strip, or hit up different kinds of music and comedic entities, there are several other options each weekend night.

The best concerts this weekend in Las Vegas (for ticket information, click artist name):

Friday, March 11

Drai's has become a hot spot for live shows, and this Friday night offers a double feature with 50 Cent and Jeremih performing live at The Strip locale. Across the street, Celine Dion will be performing her iconic show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and for those willing to battle the festival traffic, America will be playing Golden Nugget's 52 Fridays event.

Saturday, March 12

Saturday night has a distinctive offering of hip-hop big names alongside comedic genius. Chris Brown will be Drai's. Big Boi will be executing his residency at Surrender. Bow Wow will celebrate his birthday at SLS's Foxtail Nightclub. The Mirage will be alight with laughter under the direction of Bill Mayer and Jerry Clark Jr. and the Shelters will be at the beautiful Brooklyn Bowl.

Sunday, March 13

Hip-hop heads rejoice as Kid Cudi will be taking over the The Foundry at SLS on the northern part of the strip. Down on the south side, Steve Aoki will be making the people dance at Hakkasan. Keeping with their busy weekend schedule, Drai's will host, Fabulous. Head off strip to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's Vinyl for a Smash Magazine event, Silverstein with Being as an Ocean, Emarosa, coldrain, and Rarity.

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