Las Vegas June 2024

Las Vegas June 2024 Events

Las Vegas June 2024 Events

The weather is hot, but June is a great time to visit Sin City. Beat the heat with a visit to Lake Las Vegas or the underground tunnels at Hoover Dam. Resorts stay busy on the Strip with full entertainment schedules, whether dancing all night at a big-name residency from the likes of Garth Brooks , Carrie Underwood and Usher or marveling at a spectacular Cirque du Soleil production. Meanwhile, the party scene is booming with nightclubs and dayclubs while the world's best DJs keep crowds on their feet with fists in the air.

June Event Calendar

World Series of Poker

The 54th Annual World Series of Poker draws thousands of competitors from around the world, May 30 to July 15 at the Horseshoe and Paris casinos. This year’s edition features 86 different events, offering players a variety of poker tournaments to choose from. The Main Event is scheduled to take place July 14-15 with a massive $10,000,000 prize pool. The series will be broadcast worldwide.

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Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars

Dance all night to hits like "Just the Way You Are" and "Grenade" with Bruno Mars live at the Park MGM June 2-3. The soulful singer knows how to captivate fans with high-energy performances, lively dance moves and smooth vocals. Tickets are currently available. Shows begin at 9 p.m. both nights.

Jim Jefferies

Jim Jefferies is one of the most controversial, witty and thought-provoking comedians on the road today. Hot off the heels of a new Netflix special, "High & Dry," Jefferies brings his "Give 'Em What They Want" tour to the Mirage June 2-3. The show starts at 10 p.m. and promises to be a laugh-out-loud event for the late-night crowd. Buy tickets today. 



Jerry Seinfeld

The lead actor and creative force behind "Seinfeld," one of the most successful television sitcoms of all time, remains a powerful presence on the standup circuit. See Jerry Seinfeld live on stage as the master of observational comedy resumes a sporadic residency at the Colosseum inside Caesars Palace. Tickets are on sale now. 


Tiesto brings the party to Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World. The Dutch DJ and producer will pump up a rowdy crowd by the pool with high-energy beats and dance music. Tickets are $50 for ladies and $75 for the gents. VIP entry is $150. You can also splurge on daybeds, cabanas and bungalows with food-and-drink minimums.

Concacaf Nations League Finals

Allegiant Stadium welcomes an epic showdown between the best in football (or soccer, as most Americans know the sport) from the Western Hemisphere. The Concacaf Nations League Finals begins on June 15 with Panama facing Canada and the United States squaring off against Mexico. The winning teams face each other in a grand finale (while the losers battle for third place) June 18. This is the second edition of the tournament. The U.S. won the first one in 2021 and hope to repeat as champions this year. 

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Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival

The Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival is marking 22 years in 2023. What started off as a straightforward art show and fundraiser has developed into a larger celebration to mark the moment when the last slaves in the United States were notified of emancipation. The LVJF is a gathering of art, dance, music, gastronomy, business and culture at World Market Center 4-9 p.m.

Paradox Museum

The new Paradox Museum is one of the most unusual attractions in Las Vegas. The 11,000-square-foot walk-through installation consists of 90 exhibits with a variety of mind-bending illusions. Have your camera ready. From room to room, guests may appear to defy gravity or look as if they've been sliced in half. 

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Adele is back in Las Vegas. The British singer resumes her "Weekends with Adele" residency at Caesars Palace with dates throughout June and continuing through early November. Hear live renditions of iconic songs like "Hello" and "Rolling in the Deep" inside the majestic Colosseum. Tickets are now available.   

The Lexi Hotel

June marks the official rebranding of the Aritsan hotel into The Lexi. The property will remain a boutique adults-only retreat, but with a more luxurious image. It's the first official "cannabis-friendly" hotel in Las Vegas, featuring a special air filtration system in rooms on the fourth floor. The Lexi also has an intimate European pool with a bar, meeting space and a spa. Guest can choose between five styles of room, including a lavish penthouse suite. The hotel is just west of the Strip off Sahara Avenue. 

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National Pride Month

Las Vegas has its own Pride Month in October, but will join the rest of the country in celebrating LGBTQ+ culture during national Pride Month in June. The Sahara will have Elevate Pride Pool Parties on Saturdays and the Luxor welcomes the return of its long-running Temptation Sundays pool events throughout the month. You can also take part in a Mt. Charleston Pride OUTside hike June 11, drink your way down Fremont Street during the 6th Annual Pride Bar Crawl June 17 and attend a special Pride Night at the Transfix outdoor interactive art exhibit at Resorts World June 23. 

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Las Vegas Events in June


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Things to do in Las Vegas

Things to Do in Las Vegas in June

Take a Spin on the High Roller

Take a Spin on the High Roller
The High Roller is one of the most distinctive parts of the Las Vegas skyline. Standing 550 feet tall, the tallest observation wheel in the world takes passengers on a slow-turning journey that lasts about 30-to-40 minutes. Stand inside a spacious cabin while soaking in views of iconic Las Vegas landmarks and planes landing at the Harry Reid International Airport. Special bookings include a fully stocked bar in your cabin or a guided yoga session. The High Roller anchors the east end of The LINQ outdoor promenade, a bustling district for shops, bars, restaurants and attractions. It's also home to FlyLINQ, the only zip line on the Strip.

Dine at a Gourmet Restaurant

Dine at a Gourmet Restaurant
Las Vegas has some of the best restaurants in the world with celebrity chefs out in full force. Feast on menus by Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace, Giada de Laurentiis at the Cromwell or Martha Stewart at the Paris. A few big names, like Gordon Ramsay, Michael Mina and Jose Andres have multiple restaurants on the Strip. Some restaurants have great views and if that's a requirement, book a reservation at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris or Rivea at the Delano. However, don't overlook the bustling food scenes in Chinatown, Downtown and other off-Strip neighborhoods. It's not highly publicized, but Japanese restaurants like Yui, Kaiseki Yuzu, Kame, Kabuto and Wakuda offer indulgent omakase/kaiseki menus with small bites presented in multi-course dinners crafted from the world's best ingredients.