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Last updated: February 28, 2019 at 1:11 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, The LINQ, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on March Must Do Events In Las Vegas.

Spring has sprung or will be springing soon as the Las Vegas snow (yes, it was real) has dissipated and temperatures get back to what we’re more accustomed to in Sin City. With the changing of the seasons comes a month packed of full of events, shows, parties and holidays. Here are our March Must Dos in Las Vegas.

March 1 – 7

March 1- 7: Must Do Event Las Vegas - Mardi Gras celebration at The LINQ Promenade

Mardi Gras at The LINQ Promenade. Get festive, y’all. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Mardi Gras in Vegas

It’s Mardi Gras, y’all. Get your fill of Louisiana-style fun at The LINQ Promenade. From March 2 – 5, The Promenade turns into the French Quarter each night. The celebration begins with a grand parade at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 6.  A live brass band and king and queen will lead revelers from the Strip down The LINQ Promenade to the fountain stage where an evening of music and entertainment takes place.  From March 3 – 5 the fountain stage will be transformed into a Bourbon Street-style float hosting live entertainment every hour from 6 to 9 p.m.  Food and drink specials will be found throughout The Promenade. And, of course, there will be plenty of beads to catch during the performances. On the last night of the Mardi Gras festival, the High Roller will be lit purple, gold and green.


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ULTimate Vegas Sports weekend

March 1 – 3 will be a sports fan’s utopia in Las Vegas. Events include a Golden Knights game, a UFC fight card, a Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Tour stop, a USA Sevens Rugby weekend of matches and three NASCAR races. NASCAR Weekend will also feature the Hauler Parade, in which 40 blinged out 18-wheelers ride through Las Vegas to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where the trucks will be on display throughout the weekend. This is the beginning of a mega-Vegas sports month.


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Meek Mill at Drai’s Nightclub

Philadelphia’s favorite rapper takes over Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell Las Vegas on March 2. The controversial hip-hop artist who has had famous beefs with Cassidy, Drake, The Game and Beanie Sigel among others, has withstood the verbal sparring and continues to be an in-demand artist with cuts like “Going Bad,” “What’s Free” and “Ima Boss.”

March 2: Meek Mills at Drai's Nightclub at The Cromwell - March Must Do Event Las Vegas

ZEDD performs at OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace. Photo courtesy of Omnia.

Zedd at Omnia

Anton Zaslavski, aka Zedd, has become one of the biggest names EDM. The DJ, who specializes in electro house, but pulls influences from everything from dubstep to classical music, is a major draw. He’s also one of the hottest producers in music having collaborated with Alessia Cara and Ariana Grande. Check him out at OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace on March 2.

Gwen Stefani- Just A Girl at The Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood March 1-16

Gwen Stefani performs at the Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Show photos courtesy of Todd Stefani/Bruiser Pictures And Robb Dipple/Ehmerican Multimedia.

Gwen Stefani – Just A Girl

The lead singer of No Doubt, who also has her own slew of solo hits, is hollering back at Zappos Theater March 1 – 16. Stefani’s residency, “Just A Girl,” has been a rousing success at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Hits ranging from the titular “Just A Girl” and No Doubt tunes “Spiderwebs” and “Don’t Speak” interplay with solo numbers “Hollaback Girl” and “Cool” to the delight of the crowd.

Celine Dion at The Colosseum in Caesars Palace March 1 – 16.

Celine Dion. It’s the way she loves you. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Celine Dion at The Colosseum

The queen of the Las Vegas residencies continues her reign at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. With show-stopping numbers including “My Heart Will Go On” and “The Power of Love,” the French-Canadian performer will bring the house down March 1 – 16.

March 8 – 15

DJ Calvin Harris at OMNIA Nightclub March 8-15

Calvin Harris is in the DJ Hall of Fame. Note: DJ Hall of Fame might not exist. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Calvin Harris at OMNIA Nightclub

Here are a few of Calvin Harris’s achievements: Eight singles from his album “18 Months” were top 10 hits in the UK. He was the first artist to have three songs in the Top 10 of US Dance / Electronics chart at the same time and he has more than 30 award wins and more than 100 nominations. Catch the DJ twice at OMNIA Nightclub, bookending the week on March 8 and March 15.


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Migos at Drai’s Nightclub

Get “Bad and Boujee” with the hottest trio in Atlanta since Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and Devonta Freeman. The trio known as Migos consists of Takeoff, Quavo and Offset and they are just about everywhere in pop culture right now. The trap rap group already has two No. 1 albums and show no signs of slowing down. Check them out at Drai’s Nightclub inside The Cromwell on March 8.


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Steep Canyon Rangers at Brooklyn Bowl

The bluegrass sextet has enjoyed more notoriety since touring with Steve Martin as his backing band, but SCR has plenty to offer on their own. The three-time Grammy-winning group takes a modern spin on bluegrass to the delight of audiences everywhere. Check out this great live act at Brooklyn Bowl March 15 on The LINQ Promenade.

The Eiffel Tower new light show plays every 30 minutes during the evening.

The Eiffel Tower lights up the night sky. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Paris – Oh La La

The revelry ramps up at Paris Las Vegas with renovated rooms and new offerings as the resort nears its 20th anniversary ( Sept. 1, 1999, if you are counting the days). Check out the new light show on The Eiffel Tower, which plays every 30 minutes during the evening. And on Fridays and Saturdays from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., a violinist plays live at Le Central bar.

March 16 – 23

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Las Vegas - Drink and food specials at The LINQ Promenade

Toast St. Patrick’s Day with plenty of green beer. Photo by Karl Larson / Courtesy of The LINQ Promenade and Kabik Photo Group.

St. Patrick’s Day in Las Vegas

Finally! Las Vegas has an excuse to drink and party. The LINQ Hotel & Casino and The  LINQ Promenade are the places to be with food and drink specials throughout. Live music includes local Irish bands and bagpipers. OShea’s Casino throws a rager all weekend starting March 15 and leading into St. Paddy’s Day on March 17.  For more information, click here.

Hoops On The Strip March 16-23 - Las Vegas Sports and Casinos

Watch. Win. Fun. Hoops On The Strip. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Hoops On The Strip

The most exciting three weeks in sports is even more exciting when you can watch all the games going on simultaneously with a group of hyped-up fanatics. Caesars Entertainment has you covered for all the gameday drink and food specials, plus the best spots to watch and bet the games. For all the buzzer-beaters, upset specials and shining moments, check out everything in The Empire here.


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Hall & Oates at The Colosseum

The most successful duo in rock ’n’ roll history takes the stage at Caesars Palace to perform their bevy of hits March 20, 22 – 23. Expect all the big ones – “Maneater,” “I Can’t Go For That,” “You Make My Dreams,” “Rich Girl,” and so many more – as Daryl and John share their work with their adoring crowds.


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Aziz Ansari at The Colosseum

The acclaimed creator and star of Netflix’s “Master of None” brings his style of humor – often telling stories that seem absurd but are true – to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The comedian, who already has four full-length stand-up comedy specials to his name, will bring a lot of new heat to the stage.

March 24 – 31


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Foals at Brooklyn Bowl

“My Number” from the album “Holy Fire” is one of the catchiest songs of the last decade. The English quartet brings a dance party to every show they play and their indie rock will no doubt keep the audience moving at Brooklyn Bowl at The LINQ Promenade on March 27. It’s a mid-week art-rock party!

Snoop Dogg will be at Drai's Nightclub at The Cromwell on March 29.

Bonus Snoop factoid: His real name is Cordozar Calvin Broadus. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Snoop Dogg at Drai’s Nightclub

The D-O-Double-G drops it like it’s hot at Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell on March 29. If there is a better party host than Calvin Broadus Jr. anywhere, please let us know. Nobody gets the night cracking than the man who helped mainstream West Coast rap.

Lisa Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace set to open this March.

Lisa Vanderpump. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Vanderpump Rules Vegas

The hottest new lounge in Las Vegas belongs to Lisa Vanderpump of “Vanderpump Rule”s fame on Bravo TV. The space might be indoors at Caesars Palace, but it feels like you are in a beautiful garden somewhere in the Italian countryside. Be sure to get your cameras ready and grab those social media likes with a visit to the Vanderpump Lounge.

Garden of the Gods pool at Caesars Palace - Pool season starts March 1st

Relax in serenity at The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace.

Pool Season

If you haven’t been to a pool yet, now is the time to go. GO Pool at Flamingo Hotel And Casino Las Vegas has been open since March 1 as well as Neptune Pool at Caesars Palace. Guests were able to start splashing at VooDoo Beach at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino March 9. Everything else is either open or will be open by April 2. Enjoy your pool days… and nights.

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Jason is originally from the great state of New Jersey. That’s right – great! He’s lived in Las Vegas on and off for the past 20 years, which he also rates as top notch. As a pop culture fanatic, he loves concerts, great food, offbeat adventures and movies. He has written for too many publications to mention, has sold a few screenplays and is immersed in the creative world.

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