Las Vegas Boasts a World−Class Lineup of Boot−Scootin’ Entertainment This December


LAS VEGAS – Every December, the Sports and Entertainment Capital of the World invites cowboys and cowgirls to saddle up for an incredible lineup of events and entertainment during Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

From classic country crooners to country crossover stars, there’s a boot-scootin’ show for every fan in the destination this December.

World-class performers taking over iconic Vegas venues include:

  • Some of today’s top country acts take the stage at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas during NFR this year, including Cody Jinks (Dec. 2-3, 5), Brantley Gilbert (Dec. 4), Cody Johnson (Dec. 8-9) and Dierks Bentley (Dec. 10-11).
  • The “King of Country” is back on the Strip, as country music legend George Strait continues his “Strait to Vegas” residency at T-Mobile Arena (Dec. 3-4).
  • Multiple ACM “Entertainer of the Year” Award winner Jason Aldean takes the stage at Dolby Live at Park MGM (Dec. 9-11).
  • The longest-running country residency in Las Vegas is back during NFR, as Reba, Brooks & Dunn perform at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Dec. 1, 3-4, 7-8, 10-11, 14-15).
  • Comedian Ron White serves up his signature country-inspired laughs at The Mirage (Dec. 3-4, 10-11).
  • The Downtown Hoedown returns to the Fremont Street Experience, with country music acts Jordan Davis, Frontmen of Country and Diamond Rio taking the stage (Dec. 1).
  • Money, Baby! at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas has a lineup of country music acts slated to perform throughout NFR, including Easton Corbin (Dec. 2), Drake Milligan (Dec. 3), David Lee Murphy (Dec. 4), Jenna LaMaster (Dec. 5), Wyatt McCubbin (Dec. 6), William Michael Morgan (Dec.7), Glen Templeton (Dec. 9), Tyler Booth (Dec. 10) and Heath Sanders (Dec. 11).
  • The Showroom at Golden Nugget Las Vegas will host a variety of country music legends, including Jo Dee Messina (Dec. 2), John Michael Montgomery (Dec. 4), Ray Wylie Hubbard (Dec. 5), Ronnie Milsap (Dec. 6), Tracy Lawrence (Dec. 7), Terri Clark (Dec. 8), John Anderson (Dec. 9) and Jamey Johnson (Dec. 10).
  • BetMGM Sportsbook at The Mirage hosts Rodeo Vegas throughout the NFR celebration, with live music from Casey Donahew Band (Dec. 2 & 5), LOCASH (Dec. 3), Devin Dawson (Dec. 4), Eli Young Band (Dec. 6), Glen Templeton (Dec. 7-8), Josh Abbott Band (Dec. 9), Ian Munsick (Dec. 10) and Randy Houser (Dec. 11).
  • Rhythm & Riffs at Mandalay Bay hosts Cowboyville throughout the rodeo week, with performances by Nashville Unplugged (Dec. 2-4, 9-11), Scotty Alexander Band (Dec. 2), Wolfcreek (Dec. 3 & 9), Dez Houston Band (Dec. 4, 7 & 11), Ryan White Maloney Band (Dec. 5), and Brett Rigby Band (Dec. 6, 8, & 10).
  • The Veil Pavilion at Silverton Casino also has nightly entertainment, including live music from Ned LeDoux (Dec. 2-3), Thrillbilly Deluxe (Dec. 4), Jenn Ford (Dec. 5-6), The Heers Turner Oversize Band (Dec. 7-8), Josh Ward and Randy Brown (Dec. 9-10) and American Thunder (Dec. 11).
  • Gilley’s Saloon at Treasure Island offers live music throughout NFR. The lineup includes Just Dave Band (Dec. 1-2), Michael Austin (Dec. 3-5), Kevin Fowler (Dec. 6-7), Scotty Alexander (Dec. 7-10), Reckless Kelly (Dec. 8-9) and Rob Staley (Dec. 10-11).

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