This post covers some of the most interesting activities and events taking place in Las Vegas this November 2023.
We include a number of fun attractions, concerts, festivals, and other things to do.
If you’re looking for even more ideas, don’t forget to read our other popular Vegas Posts:
- Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tours
- Tourist Discount Passes
- Top Shows and Performances
- Free Walking Tours
- Things to Do Year-Round
TOP 10 EVENTS AND THINGS TO DO
The following list features the ten most interesting activities and attractions available in Las Vegas during the month of November.
In addition to great family-friendly and nighttime events, we also provide some free things to do.
1. Attend a Concert
Las Vegas is known for its entertainment, so it shouldn’t be surprising that there are so many big-name artists coming through the city year-round.
November is no exception.
And what better way to spend a night in Las Vegas than seeing your favorite artist perform in person?
- Katy Perry | November 1st, 3rd, 4th
- Carlos Santana | November 1st, red, 4th, 5th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th
- U2 | November 1st, 3rd, 4th
- Doja Cat | November 3rd
- Hozier | November 3rd
- Barry Manilow | November 9th, 10th, 11th, 16th, 17th, 18th
- Rod Stewart | November 10th, 11th, 15th, 17th, 18th, 22nd
- Keith Urban | November 1st, 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 15th, 17th, 18th
- Enrique Iglesias/Ricky Martin/Pitbull | November 24th
- Earth, Wind, and Fire | November 1st, 3rd, 4th
- Johnny Mathis | November 18th
- Garth Brooks | November 29th
- There are no music festivals in Las Vegas in November
Seeing one of these musicians will not only give you something to do in the city but will leave you with a great memory.
Check out this list of even more concerts happening in Vegas in November.
In addition to these concerts, there are also several musicians who perform in this city all year long, and some of those shows are included with various Las Vegas tourist passes.
2. Attend a Sporting Event
Although there aren’t as many teams in Las Vegas as there are in other major markets, this city still manages to host some of the biggest sporting events in the country.
If you’ve brought the kids with you to Las Vegas, these are family-friendly events that everyone is sure to remember.
You can find all of the sporting events in Las Vegas here.
3. See a Theatrical Performance
If you’re interested in a theatrical experience, you can almost always rely on Cirque du Soleil to host several shows in Las Vegas each month.
You'll also find some other plays and stage shows to keep your interest.
We also have a list of the top 30 Las Vegas shows now performing.
Cirque Du Soleil:
Other Stage Shows
You can find even more theatrical performances in November in Las Vegas here.
NOTE: Permanent theatrical productions such as Blue Man Group, Vegas: The Show, and even some Cirque Du Soleil shows are included with at least one Las Vegas tourist pass.
4. See a Comedy Show
Many famous comedians stop in Las Vegas throughout the year, and there are sure to be some solid comedic performances this November.
- Rich Little | various November dates
- Tim Allen | November 3rd, 4th
- Tracy Morgan | November 9th
- Nate Bargatze | November 10th, 11th
- Tina Fey/Amy Poehler | November 10th, 11th
- Daniel Tosh | November 10th, 11th
- Jay Leno | November 12th
- David Spade/Nikki Glaser | November 16th, 17th, 18th
- Jon Lovitz | November 16th, 17th
- Bill Burr | November 17th
Note that some clubs actually offer discounted admission with Las Vegas tourist passes.
Check out the full list of stand-up comedy shows in Vegas in November.
5. See a Famous Magician
Several of the most famous magicians in the world call Las Vegas their home, and they frequently perform in this city throughout the year.
You can expect several opportunities to see either death-defying stunts or shocking magic tricks this November.
These are just a few of the more popular magicians in Las Vegas, but there are more to choose from.
If you’re looking to save a few bucks, some magic shows are included with various Las Vegas tourist passes.
6. Visit the Sphere at the Venetian Resort
The $1.2 billion MSG Sphere, which when completed will be the world's largest spherical structure, is expected to open at the end of September 2023.
Concerts, sporting events, films, and award shows will take place at the venue which will have enough room for up to 25,000 people!
What's impressive at first glance are the millions of LEDs covering the outside of the building.
These can be programmed to advertise upcoming shows, send holiday messages, or just light up the Vegas sky with an interesting design.
The sphere will also have the world's highest resolution LED screen on the inside, larger than the area of 3 football fields.
This will add a stunning backdrop to the performers taking the stage there.
Guests won't have to worry about sound as there will be over 150,000 speakers inside.
Audiences will be able to feel vibrations along with the sound.
Visit the Sphere website for a list of shows and more information.
7. Attend the Las Vegas National Horse Show
Fans of equestrian sports will be happy to hear that the Las Vegas National Horse Show will be taking place from November 13th - 19th, 2023.
Events will include the National Hunter Championships, the National Jumper Championships, the National Equitation Championships, and more.
This event will be held at the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa.
Ticketing and admission details have yet to be announced.
Check The Las Vegas National website for more information.
For those who want to celebrate a western-themed event, the Las Vegas Days rodeo takes place November 10 & 11 at the Las Vegas Centennial and the Plaza Hotel and Casino.
8. Experience Downtown Rocks
Fremont Street has a little bit of everything, from concerts to ziplines to light shows.
Check the events calendar to see if a big-name artist is playing for free at Downtown Rocks on one of the three open-air stages.
You'll find musicians and bands such as Billie Elish, Jane's Addiction, Stevie Wonder, Duran Duran, and so many more big names.
The Viva Vision light shows light up the ceiling every night.
For more information, visit the Fremont Street Experience website.
9. Go to the Holiday Craft & Gift Festival
With the holidays fast approaching, there’s no better time to look for a unique gift for that special someone.
Thankfully, there will be plenty of interesting items for sale at the Holiday Craft & Gift Festival!
This event welcomes local artists, crafters, and other creative individuals to show off their best work at the EXPO at the World Market Center.
Activities take place November 3rd-5th. Best of all, this event is entirely free to attend!
If you’re looking for even more affordable fun, check out our post covering free things to do in Las Vegas.
10. Save Money With a Tourist Pass
No matter what you want to do while you’re in Las Vegas, chances are that you could save a few bucks using a tourist attraction discount pass.
Some of these services offer admission to dozens of popular locations over the course of a set amount of days, but others allow you to pay one flat price for a specific number of attractions.
There are also build-your-own pass options which you can use to save 20% off dozens of activities when you purchase at least 2 tickets at once.
Most tourist passes also include skip-the-line access at certain locations in Las Vegas, allowing you to save time as well as money.
Here are a few of the best attractions included with at least one Las Vegas tourist pass:
- Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour
- Cirque Du Soleil Shows
- Vegas Helicopter Tour
- Pawn Stars Bus Tour
- Grand Canyon Tour
- The Mob Museum
- Hoover Dam Tour
- Vegas: The Show
- Blue Man Group
- Carrot Top Live
- The Mentalist
- Criss Angel
- And more!
Depending on which pass you choose and how you use it, you could save anywhere from 20% - 50% off a variety of attractions.
The easiest way to make sure you save some money is to use a build-your-own-pass service, but if you’re confident you can fit enough activities into each day, you could save more with another option.
For more details, please read our post about Las Vegas tourist passes.