Las Vegas concerts coming in May
By mbrooks on April 29, 2019
Las Vegas regularly features top-of-the-line musical acts. For Utah residents, there are a number of concerts that are a six-hour drive or a ninety-minute flight away.
Ariana Grande has one-night performance at the T-Mobile Arena on May 11.
This princess pop has three platinum selling albums.
At 25, her digital presence amounts to 18 billion streams.
It is anticipated that her concert will include hits like ‘God is a Woman’, ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ and ‘Breathin.’
Tickets for Grande’s one-night show start at $105.
Kelly Clarkson has two shows at the Venetian Hotel, on May 24 and 25.
Her appearance is part of the Meaning of Life Tour, named after her eighth album.
Clarkson is also starring in Ugly Dolls, a computer-animated movie that promotes itself as being a musical-comedy.
Janet Jackson is appearing at the Park MGM for fifteen nights, from May 17 to August 10.
Her show, Metamorphosis, features electric dance numbers and many of her number one singles.
Jackson is well known for striking magazine covers chart-toppers like ‘Rhythm Nation,’ ‘That’s the Way Love Goes.’
Tickets for Janet Jackson’s shows start at $85.
Barry Manilow is appearing at the International Theater from May 9 until October 19.
Manilow has created widely-recognized tunes during his 50-plus long career. The concert looks back at many of his hits like ‘Copacabana,’ ‘Mandy,’ ‘I Write The Songs,’ and ‘Looks Like We Made It.’
Show-stoppers like these are the reason why Manilow has 65 million albums and 28 platinum records.
Tickets for show, “Manilow: Las Vegas – The Hits Come Home!” start at $100.
James Taylor has a limited appearance at Caesars Palace, on the first two Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays of May, on May 1, 3, 4, 8, 10, 11.
Taylor is a five-time Grammy-winning artist. He is also a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.
His songs like ‘You’ve Got A Friend’ and ‘How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)’ will be part of this limited run.
There are other shows continuing from April. A Michael Jackson-inspired concert is still running. Visitors to Las Vegas can still catch Donnie & Marie, Bruno Mars, and The Beatles: Love.