This post provides ten fun things to do in Las Vegas in February, including free, nighttime, and family-friendly events and activities, updated for 2021.
BEST LAS VEGAS SHOWS IN FEBRUARY
While a lot of Las Vegas shows are available almost year-round, there are some special events you can only enjoy at certain times of the year.
If you want to see one of the best shows in Las Vegas this month, check our list below for several excellent options.
- Barry Manilow | Feb 11th - 20th
- Garth Brooks | Feb 27th
- Criss Angel | Feb 24th - 28th
- Jabbawockeez | Feb 15th - 28th
- Tape Face | Feb 2nd - 28th
In addition to these great shows, you'll find even more fun things to do in our list of the top 10 activities and events in Las Vegas this February.
TOP 10 EVENTS AND THINGS TO DO IN FEBRUARY
This list covers ten fun, notable and entertaining things to do in Las Vegas during this month.
We include a variety of attractions, events, festive activities and more.
For additional ideas, make sure to consider some of the following options:
1) Go to a Live Concert
Vegas attracts some of the most popular musicians in the world each month, and February is no different.
If you’re looking for a great concert to see, consider one of the following options:
- Barry Manilow | Feb 11th - 20th
- Garth Brooks | Feb 27th
- Andre Rieu | Feb 28th
- The Jets | Feb 2nd - 27th
If you still can’t find a show you want to see, check this list of concerts in Las Vegas for even more great opportunities.
2) Attend a Sporting Event
Although there won’t be a lot of sports played this month, the T-Mobile Arena will be hosting a handful of home games for the Vegas Golden Knights in February.
Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, you might not be able to attend any of these games. That said, we recommend checking to see if there are any tickets available during your time in Las Vegas.
If you’re a fan of NCAA Basketball, you may also want to see a UNLV Rebels game!
3) Go See a Musical
There are usually at least a few good musicals to see in Las Vegas.
Sadly, there won't be much available this February, but you can always check this list of theatrical performances to see what's playing this month.
4) See Popular Comedians Perform Stand-up
If you’re in need of a good laugh, consider going to see some of the most famous comedians in the world perform their stand-up in front of a live audience.
The most popular comedian performing in Las Vegas this month will be Tape Face, and he'll have shows almost daily from February 2nd - 28th.
Even if you miss out on this event, you can still see a great comedy show in Vegas without paying too much. There are several comedy clubs included with various Las Vegas tourist passes!
5) Go to a Magic Show
There are several great magicians who perform in Las Vegas throughout the year, including at least a few famous examples.
Here are two of the best magic shows to see in this city during the month.
Both shows run frequently throughout February.
Some Las Vegas tourist passes include admission to various magic shows in the city. If you’re planning to do a lot while you’re here, this could be a great way to save some money!
6) Save Money With a Tourist Pass
Anyone planning to enjoy as many activities as possible may want to think about getting a tourist pass to save money on some of the most popular attractions in Las Vegas.
Of course, even if you don’t want to see everything, you can always choose the build-your-own-pass which will allow you to save 20% off tickets when you choose 2 or more activities.
One of the alternatives is a flex pass, which allows you to pay one flat price for a set number of activities (3, 4, 5, or 7).
Finally, an all-inclusive pass includes admission to dozens of different tours, museums, live theatrical performances and more for a specific amount of time (2, 3, 4, or 5 days).
The more you use the pass, the more money you’ll save. Here are a few of the more popular attractions and activities included:
- Hop on Hop off Bus Tour
- Grand Canyon Day Trip
- Las Vegas Helicopter Tour
- Blue Man Group Ticket
- Criss Angel Mindfreak
- Cirque du Soleil Shows
- Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.
- Las Vegas Live Comedy Club
- Madame Tussauds
No matter which service you choose, you should be able to save at least 20% - 60% off general admission prices.
For more details, please read our post about Las Vegas tourist passes.
7) See the Jabbawockeez
This group has residency in Las Vegas, and they will be performing throughout the month of February.
If you're a fan of hip-hop and you want to see some of the most entertaining and expressive musical groups of the last few decades, this is one show you won't want to miss.
8) See the Titanic Artifact Exhibit
If you've ever been fascinated with maritime history or the Titanic, you'll enjoy the Artifact Exhibition. This experience lets you jump back in time to see a recreation of the first and last journey of the Titanic.
It was designed to be a floating palace and ended up not completing a full trip. You'll see replicas of the grand staircase as well as feel a chill in the air, like the passengers would have.
COVID-19 ALERT: Hours and dates have been altered due to the pandemic. Please keep this in mind and check their available times before buying tickets.
9) Beer Zombies Festival
Fans of craft beer can attend the annual Beer Zombies Festival in February.
COVID-19 ALERT: This event was postponed in 2020 and will not be taking place again until 2022.
The festival will feature plenty of craft beer, of course, as well as games, food, and entertainment.
VIP and General Admission tickets are available. Both tickets include a festival tasting glass and unlimited beer pours until 7:00 pm.
10) Check Out the Las Vegas Arts District
On the first Friday of February, the Las Vegas Arts District will be hosting a block party to give the community an opportunity to celebrate creators and locally owned businesses and boutiques in the area.
You’ll also get some good discounts at local restaurants and shops, as well as enjoy live entertainment outside! The ambiance will be laid back.
- Price: FREE
- Date: February 5, 2021
- Hours: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
COVID-19 ALERT: Dates, hours, and activities may be limited, postponed or canceled as a result of the pandemic.