Las Vegas Concerts

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There was a time when it was said that Las Vegas is where entertainers went to die. Well, that’s not the case anymore. With 40 million visitors a year, Las Vegas is a phenomenal place for musicians to come and THRIVE. Many times, there will be multiple big names acts playing the same night. You have a hard time choosing what to go see.

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