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Top 12 Things to Do in Las Vegas in June (2021)

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This post lists the top 12 things to do in Las Vegas in June, including free things to do, nighttime and family-friendly activities and events, updated for 2021.

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If you're trying to find the best shows available in Las Vegas this month, we'll save you some time and list some of the most popular options here.



If you're looking for even more fun things to do in June, make sure to read the rest of our post where you'll find even more suggestions.


The following list includes several attractions, events, and activities for audiences of all ages. 

Many of them are included at no extra cost with at least one Las Vegas tourist pass.

1. Go to a Concert

This June you can catch a show by some of the most popular performers in the world. 

StubHub has a calendar of who is playing in Las Vegas this month. Below we list some of the highlights.



Check out StubHub for a list of other concerts in Las Vegas this month.

2. Go to the Fremont Street Experience

If you're looking for something fun to do and you prefer to save your money for gambling or food, consider visiting Fremont Street. They routinely offer several fun activities, some for little or no money.

Although they aren't doing as much lately due to the pandemic, you can usually count on seeing Viva Vision -- an outdoor light show projected on a screen above the street. 



From 6 pm - 2 am they play a variety of music from bands like Imagine Dragons, The Killers, Shakira, Tiesto and more while projecting this light show.

While they do have social distancing guidelines in place as of now, things might change in or before June, so we recommend checking their calendar to see what's happening.

Typically, the Fremont Experience includes free concerts, a zipline, museums, special attractions and much more to enjoy.

3. Take a Food Tour 

If you are not in Vegas for Restaurant Week or just looking for a local food expert to show you where to find the best eats are in Las Vegas, consider taking a food tour.

On a Las Vegas Secret Food Tour you'll try treats from famed chefs like Wolfgang Puck, Gordon Ramsay, and the Cake Boss. 



A glass of red, white or sparkling wine is included in the tour price. You can upgrade to a special drinks package and try drinks with names like "Avon Came Upon Sin" and "Out On The Tiles"!

Purchase tickets for the Las Vegas Secret Food Tour or learn more.

4. See a Comedy or Magic Show

Las Vegas always has an offering of top stand-up comedians. StubHub has a long list of comedy shows this month

The shows available may still be limited due to the pandemic, and a lot of the most popular artists who typically perform in Vegas are not currently scheduled to make any appearances in June.

With that said, there are a few great magicians and comedians performing this month that you might enjoy.



Magic Shows

Comedy Shows

There are dozens more to choose from this month. See StubHub's calendar of comedy shows and magic shows

You can see live comedy at the Laugh Factory and the Comedy Cellar pretty much any night of the week.  

Some comedy shows are free for holders of certain Las Vegas tourist passes. Read more just below.

5. Save Money With a Tourist Attraction Discount Pass

For those who plan to visit several popular attractions, see live shows, take a tour or two, and enjoy other activities, a Las Vegas tourist discount pass can potentially save you 50% or more off ticket prices. 

There are a few types of tourist passes catering to different needs. Some passes will benefit those who plan on seeing 4-5 attractions or activities each day. 

Other passes are better suited to those who want to save money on just 2-3 attractions.



Here are a few of the best attractions and tours included with these tourist passes:

  • Hop on Hop off Bus Tour | $49
  • Grand Canyon Day Trip | $160
  • Las Vegas Helicopter Tour | $124
  • Richard Petty Driving Experience | $150
  • Criss Angel Mindfreak | $120
  • Hoover Dam Tour | $60
  • Blue Man Group | $150
  • Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. | $39
  • Madame Tussauds | $30
  • The Mentalist | $67
  • And more!

Regardless of which pass you choose, you can save around 20% - 50% off general admission prices for many of Las Vegas's most popular activities.

Read our detailed post about Las Vegas tourist passes to see if a pass is right for you.

6. Save on Great Meals During Restaurant Week 

During this annual event, more than 150 of Las Vegas’s best restaurants offer discounted prix-fixe menus, which can save you quite a bit off your tab. 

In 2021, Restaurant Week is from June 7-18. Your food will taste even better knowing that restaurants donate up to $6 per diner to the Three Square Food Bank.



There will be more than 150 restaurants participating, offering prix-fixe menus with price points from $20 to $80.

Restaurants may offer dinner and/or lunch. Some even offer a prix-fixe breakfast menu!

Follow the Las Vegas Restaurant Week website or their Facebook page so you can find out which restaurants are participating as soon as it is announced.

Be sure to make reservations as this event is very popular.

7. Attend a Sporting Event

June has lots of opportunities to see baseball! You can also see soccer and women's basketball. StubHub lists many of the sports events in Las Vegas this month.

Some of these sports events are kid-friendly while others make for a fun evening out in Las Vegas as they take place at night.



Baseball | Las Vegas Aviators 

Soccer | Las Vegas Lights  

Women’s Basketball | Las Vegas Aces 

Some of these games may not be available due to the pandemic, but it's definitely worth checking to see if tickets are available just in case.

See StubHub's calendar of sports events in Las Vegas in June.

8. Play at the Pinball Hall of Fame 

It costs nothing to enter this pinball machine museum which is 10,000 square feet of restored pinball machines. Do bring quarters if you plan on playing the machines.

You can enjoy your pinball, even more, knowing that proceeds from gameplay and the candy machines are donated to the Salvation Army.



The Pinball Hall of Fame is open from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm every day. Needless to say, this is an ideal place to bring the kids.

It is also a fun place to pass the evening! Find more nightlife suggestions, see our post on things to do at night in Las Vegas.

9. See a Theatrical Performance

Although you can usually count on at least a few musicals and other theatrical performances in Las Vegas each month, Covid-19 has really changed things quite a bit.

Of course, once things get back to normal, many of the popular shows should return. That said, there are no major musicals scheduled for June of 2021 as of yet.

StubHub's calendar lists other shows this month.



There is usually at least one Cirque de Soleil show playing in Vegas. Check to see if any of these shows have returned:

Check out StubHub to see if there are any other theatrical productions in Las Vegas this June.

TIP: Some of these shows are included for free with at least one Las Vegas tourist pass!

10. Take a Bus Tour

See a lot in a shorter amount of time from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus. 

Hop-on-hop-off bus tours allow you to get on and off the bus whenever you want to see more of any of the sites along the route.

Big Bus Tours is the main bus tour company in Las Vegas and the only company that provides live commentary during the tour.


There are other types of bus tours available, like night bus tours, and themed tours like a Pawn Stars Bus Tour and a Mob Bus Tour.

Read about the many choices from our post on Las Vegas bus tours.

11. Las Vegas International Chess Festival

Las Vegas has its fair share of festivals, many centered on music, performing arts or beer! Looking for something more cerebral? Then head to the Las Vegas International Chess Festival.

It takes place from June 16th-20th, 2021 at the Westgate Resort and Casino. It’s one of the top five chess festivals in the world.


This event is suited to people of all ages and skill levels. Besides competitions, there are lots of fun side events, like chess camps, free lectures, even a chess festival poker tournament!

See the Las Vegas International Chess Festival website for more information and to register.

12. Attend the First Friday Festival

On June 4th, Las Vegas will be celebrating their First Friday Festival. This event focuses on the work of local artists such as painters, photographers, jewelers and more.

This festival will take place in the Downtown Arts District on 1st Street. There will be more than 80 venues and 50 outdoor artists providing fun activities and attractions.



The best part about this activity is that it's entirely free! All you have to do is show up and have fun. This is a great way to see the artistic vision of Las Vegas artists.

Although this event may return in time for June 2021, it is currently only offered as a virtual activity due to the pandemic. Check in with the First Friday Foundation to find out whether or not plans have changed before heading out.


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About The Author

Stephen Pickhardt

Stephen is the CEO of Free Tours by Foot and has overseen the transformation of a local walking tour company into a global tour community and traveler’s advice platform. He has personally led thousands of group tours in the US and Europe, and is an expert in trip planning and sightseeing, with a focus on budget travelers. Stephen has been published and featured in dozens of publications including The Wall Street Journal, BBC, Yahoo,, and more.
Updated: October 12th, 2021
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