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Can you believe the holiday season is officially here? Neither can we. If you’re taking a Vegas vacation during the month of November, you’re in luck: From top-notch Las Vegas headlining acts and Veteran’s Day specials to delicious Thanksgiving treats, we break it down week-by-week to make it simple for you. Enjoy:

Nov. 5-11

Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life

Backstreet Boys return to the Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino this November

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All you people can’t you see, can’t you see: Backstreet Boys is a must-see Vegas show. The all-time best-selling male pop group brings their hits to the Vegas stage. Get up from your seat and dance to your favorites like “Backstreet’s Back (Everybody),” “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)” and of course, “Larger Than Life.” The Backstreet Boys return to The Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Wednesday, Nov. 8. Tickets start at $39. And remember, they’ll never break your heart.

Las Vegas Benefit Concert

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To support the victims’ families of the Oct. 1 tragedy, the world’s top EDM artists will headline the Las Vegas Benefit Concert at OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace on Tuesday, Nov. 7. Artists include Tiesto, Steve Aoki (pictured above), Kaskade, Zedd, Lil Jon and more. If you want to see Steve Aoki again, he’ll be back at OMNIA on Nov. 11.

Beer Park

Beer Park Las Vegas discounts and deals

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This Veteran’s Day (Saturday, Nov. 11), head to BEER Park, the popular rooftop bar at Paris Las Vegas. BEER Park honors military service members with a free beer and a 10 percent discount. The discount can go toward tasty menu items like the Shock Top bratwurst, the BBQ Burger or the Bavarian-style bratwurst. In addition to beer and food options, there are dozens of high-definition TVs and activities such as life-size Jenga, shuffle board and Connect Four.

Cabo Wabo Cantina 

Cabo Wabo Cantina is treating Veterans 20% off drinks for Veteran's Day

Cabo Wabo Cantina Patio. Photo by Anthony Mair.

Cabo Wabo Cantina inside Planet Hollywood’s Miracle Mile Shops gives a treat to the troops on Veteran’s Day. On Saturday, Nov. 11 all vets and active-duty service members receive 20 percent off on all drinks from the bar. A couple of favorites include the CW Mai Tai and The Vojito.

Rio Spa & Salon

Military members and spouses can treat themselves to spa day at the Rio Las Vegas

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Military members and spouses can unwind in a different way on Saturday. Nov. 11. If you’d rather relax than sip on alcoholic beverages, the Rio Spa & Salon offers a 35 percent discount for all spa and salon services on this day (30 percent off normally). There will also be a limited number of free services.

From 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., the spa will offer the following complimentary treatments to military members with a valid I.D. (limit one per person):

  • 25-minute custom stress RX massage
  • Rapid Results facial
  • Men’s haircut
  • Manicures

Call (702) 777-7779 to book your appointment.

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The Spa at Harrah’s Las Vegas 

The Spa at Harrah’s Las Vegas is also offering military discounts on Saturday, Nov. 11. Spa and salon treatments are 35 percent off with a valid military ID (20 percent off normally). There will also be a select number of complimentary services to military members.

Reservations are required and can be made by calling (702) 369-5126. Space is limited so book early.

Trey Songz

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Go girl… it’s your birth-day. Or maybe not. But it’s all good. We’ll celebrate Trey Songz all day, every day. Seeing him in person is even better. Groove to his R&B sounds at Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Nov. 12-18

Jeff Civillico 

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Headliner Jeff Civillico returns to the Vegas stage after a one-year hiatus recovering from knee and shoulder surgeries. He’s now performing every Wednesday night (this week, Nov. 15) at Paris Las Vegas. From juggling to his crazy unicycle skills, the award-winning performer’s energy is a favorite with both kids and kids at heart. His show has even been named the No. 1 place to “Kick It With The Kids In Vegas” by Las Vegas Magazine. Tickets start at $52.78. Show starts at 7 p.m.

Sip, Socialize & Paint at Rio Wine Cellar 

Get your paint on in Vegas and head to Sip, Socialize & Paint at Wine Cellar & Tasting Room at the Rio. The painting event is Wednesday, Nov. 15 at  at 7 p.m. featuring Kendall Jackson | Vineyard Series. Tickets are $35 per person and includes your canvas, paint, wine and cheese trays.

Free parking is included for all guests. For more information, please call (702) 777-7962. Get your tickets here.


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What you know about that, what you know about that? The King of The South, better known as TIP, makes his way back to Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell on Friday, Nov. 17.

Beer Park 

Calling all hockey (and Vegas Golden Knights) fans: Every game night this season, you can enjoy Hat Trick Hockey Nights.BEER Park will have its Knight Flight, which includes four pours of premium brews like James Citra Rye, Fraziskaner Hefe-Weisse, 10 Barrel Apocalypse IPA and Breckenridge Vanilla Porter (priced at $14). The rooftop bar and restaurant will also offer merchandise, ticket and drink giveaways. When the game’s over, stick around and play a game of pool or oversized Jenga.

Nov. 19-25

It’s Thanksgiving week, so make sure you bring your stretchy pants. (No, we’re not playing. You’re seriously going to get your grub on like never before.) Here are just a few meals you can catch on the Strip:


Searsucker all you can eat Turkey Dinner for Thanksgiving - Las Vegas Events in November

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Take the family to Searsucker inside Caesars Palace and enjoy an all-you-can-eat turkey dinner ($49 per person, $19 for children ages 4 – 12, free for children under three). The dinner includes the following:

  • Slow-roasted whole bird: Brined, dried and slow-roasted (also comes with pan sauce)
  • Sausage stuffing: Pork sausage, rustic sourdough; dried cherries; and herbs
  • Mashed potato: Comes with creme fraiche, horseradish and chive
  • Green beans: Comes with mushroom gravy and crispy shallot
  • Fresh cranberries: Finished with orange and mint
  • Pumpkin cheesecake pudding: Come with cranberry granita and ginger snap (dessert is $12 extra)

Bacchannal buffet 

Forget waiting all day for a Thanksgiving dinner — you can get a head start on the festivities with Bachannal Buffet’s Thanksgiving brunch, running from 7:30 – 11 a.m. Enjoy specialty Thanksgiving items like:

  • Herb-roasted turkey
  • Turkey pot pie biscuits
  • Peppercorn-crusted prime rib
  • Pumpkin and white truffle soup
  • Dried fruit and sausage stuffing
  • Pumpkin beignets
  • Corn bread stuffing
  • Mini pumpkin pies, as well as mini pecan pies
  • Grandma’s Meatloaf
  • Pumpkin creme brulee

If you are here for dinner, you can indulge in Thanksgiving plates from the brunch menu above, but with a little extra:

  • Sweet potato hash
  • Grilled lamb T-bones
  • Chipotle-roasted turkey in escabeche
  • Southern green bean casserole
  • Duck fried rice
  • Pumpkin gnocci and sage butter
  • Pan-roasted Brussels sprouts

The dinner runs from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. and costs $79.99 per person.

From Friday, Nov. 24 through Sunday, Nov. 26, Bacchanal Buffet will also run a Thanksgiving weekend feast with a similar menu ($59.99 for brunch from 7:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. and $69.99 for dinner from 3 – 10 p.m.).

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill 

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill serving Thanksgiving specials this November

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Hey, mates: Enjoy tasty dishes from across the pond at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill inside Caesars Palace. The three-course meal includes the following:

  • Pumpkin soup: Spiced creme fraiche, brown butter sage, topped with pomegranate seeds
  • Turkey dinner: Corn bread stuffing, glazed carrots, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy
  • Dessert: Pumpkin pie with Bourbon ice cream

Old Homestead Steakhouse 

The popular Vegas steakhouse offers a Thanksgiving dinner for $80:

  • Your choice of Yvette’s Caesar salad with garlic her croutons and classic dressing or French onion soup with sweet onions and Gruyere cheese
  • Oven-roasted turkey with apple-sausage stuffing and giblet gravy
  • Yukon mashed potatoes and grilled asparagus
  • Your choice of pumpkin cheesecake or vanilla bean creme brulee with Grand Marnier macerated berries and whipped cream

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For $58 per person (not including tax, beverage and gratuity), you can enjoy Italian fine dining for Thanksgiving:

  • First course: Choice of cream of mushroom soup (garnished with wild mushrooms); stuffed artichokes or frisee salad
  • Second course: Oven-roasted turkey (with Grandma Ida’s sausage stuffing, cranberry sauce and green beans with giblet gravy) or pumpkin mascarpone ravioli
  • A la Carte Sides ($12 each): Grandma Ida’s sausage stuffing; traditional stuffing; cranberry sauce; caramelized onions and kale greens; candied yams; sauteed asparagus; or truffle mac and cheese


Virgil’s Real Barbecue at The LINQ Promendade will feature a special Thanksgiving menu on Thursday, Nov. 23. Ideal to feed a family or group of eight, the meal comes with an 18-pound smoked turkey with giblet gravy; mashed potatoes; pecan stuffing with cornbread and sausage; sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows, homemade cranberry sauce; candied Brussels sprouts with pecans and Applewood smoked bacon and creole green beans and buttermilk biscuits. The festive menu is available for dine-in or take-out and priced at $199.95 for reservations made before Monday, Nov. 20 ($249.95 for reservations made after Nov. 20).

Nov. 26-30

The 66th Miss Universe Competition

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Oh, Steve. Make sure you read the cards right this year! All jokes aside, The Miss Universe Competition makes its way back to Vegas, inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Sunday, Nov. 26. Five-time Emmy Award winner Steve Harvey returns as a host, making it his third time hosting the international competition. See nearly 100 women from around the world compete for the coveted title. Tickets start at $56.65 and the competition starts at 4 p.m., with televised show starting at 7 p.m. PT.

Lionel Richie – All The Hits

Lionel Richie returns of his residency at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

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Who’s ready to see Lionel Richie all night long (all night)? Multi-platinum-selling and four-time Grammy Award winner and music icon Lionel Richie returns of his residency at The Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Starting Wednesday, Nov. 29 you’ll get to hear him sing all his hits like “All Night Long,” “Say You, Say Me,” “Hello” and “Dancing On The Ceiling.” Tickets start at $59. Show time is at 8 p.m.

Wax Tailor

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French hip-hop turntablist Wax Tailor finally makes his way to Vegas. and you better be grooving to his infectious beats at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas. Also, any calories you gained from Turkey Day you’ll lose them here, thanks to all the dancing you’ll be doing. Joining Wax Tailor is special guest Dirty Ant Club on Thursday, Nov. 30. Prices start at $18.

Nov 1 – 4

The Tom Green Show

Las Vegas Events November 2017: The Tom Green Show at Bally's Las Vegas

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Oh, we’re getting flashbacks. The hilarious, off-the-wall stand-up comedian and former MTV reality TV star Tom Green graces us with his presence and takes on the Vegas stage. You can catch him at 10 p.m. nightly from Sunday to Wednesday at Bally’s Las Vegas. Tickets start at $39. Meet-and-great packages are also available.

Britney: Piece of Me

Britney Spears is back - Las Vegas Events November 2017

Britney can definitely hit us with her dance moves one more time. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

She’s not – that  – innocent: Pop sensation Britney Spears brings her talent to the stage at The Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Named “Best Resident Headliner,” “Best Overall Show” and “Best Bachelorette Party” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, you’ll hear all your favorite hits in this Vegas show. See Britney Wednesday, Nov. 1, Friday, Nov. 3 or Saturday, Nov. 4 at 9 p.m. Tickets start at $59.

Elton John – The Million Dollar Piano

Elton John’s last residency at Caesars Palace - Las Vegas Events November 2017

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This will be musical legend Elton John’s last residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, so you need to catch his show before it’s gone. Not only will he sing his beloved hits like “Rocket Man,” “Benny and the Jets,” “Tiny Dancer” and “Crocodile Rock,” he’ll be playing from the flashiest piano ever. By flashy, we mean a 3,000-pound piano with 68 LED Yamaha video screens. See Elton this month starting Wednesday, Nov. 1, as well as Friday, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Nov. 4. Prices start at $55.


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Rain drop. Drop top. Chillin’ with Migos on Drai’s Rooftop. (Like what we did there?) Popular for hits like “Bad and Bougie” and “Versace,” catch the wildly popular trap trio Migos tearing up the stage at Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell on Wednesday, Nov. 1.

America’s Got Talent Live

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See Darci Lynne Farmer, the 12-year-old singing ventriloquist and Season 12 winner of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.” America’s Got Talent Live comes to Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s PH Showroom from Nov. 2-5. Show time is at 7:30 p.m.nightly.

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Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal

Wayne Newton: Up Close & Personal - Las Vegas Events in November

Wayne Newton. Photo by Erik Kabik.

Las Vegas legend Wayne Newton performs all the hits starting Wednesday, Nov. 2 at Bally’s Las Vegas. And even if you’re not here this week, he’ll perform in Vegas until Dec. 3. Tickets start at $87.14.

The Pharcyde

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Calling all hip-hop heads: This is one show you should not be runnin’ from. Best known for hits like “Runnin,” “Passin’ Me By,” “Drop” and “She Said,” alternative hip-hop group The Pharcyde brings their lyrical talent and witty delivery to Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Saturday, Nov. 4. Joining The Pharcyde are underground rap greats including Hieroglyphics, Ras Kass and The Alkaholiks. Tickets start at $32. Doors open at 7 p.m.

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