Top Things to Do in Las Vegas in November
November welcomes cooler temperatures and less foot traffic in Las Vegas, which makes it a great time to visit. Las Vegas autumn season does not slowdown in terms of entertainment however. Below is our recommended list of things you won’t want to miss while visiting the “Entertainment Capital of the World”.
Culture And The Arts
On view now through April 29, 2018, Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art features Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier- Muller Collection which honors the art, culture and lifestyle of the samurai warrior. More than 50 pieces of samurai armor will be on display featuring objects that were used both for combat and ceremonial purposes from the 12th and 19th centuries.
With several scheduled home games throughout November, come witness the city’s first ever major league professional sports team, the Vegas Golden Knights and cheer on your favorite hockey team. Don't miss eight of the nation’s top college basketball teams go head-to-head, November 20 and 22 for the first annual MGM Resorts International Main Event. On November 28- November 30, the Monster Energy Cup Series makes its way to Las Vegas for NASCAR’s annual Championship Week. NASCAR will take over The Park with a display of 16 Monster Energy race cars, NASCAR Shop by Fanatics, driver autograph sessions, and NASCAR Lounge at Beerhaus while fans can experience champion driver meet & guests, live entertainment and special food and drink specials.
Sing along with the one and only Cher singing her hits spanning over 6 decades at Park Theater, with selected dates from November 8-25. Rock music icons, Guns N’ Roses performs at T-Mobile Arena, November 17. Back by popular demand, Mike Tyson returns to the stage in Undisputed Truth-Round 2, a one-man show featuring the heavyweight boxing champion’s real life untold stories of his tumultuous and ultimately triumphant post boxing life, which runs through November 20.
Tournament Of Kings
Starting November 22, join the Tournament of Kings at Excalibur as they share in the spirit of the season with a special holiday-themed show “Twas the Knight” based on “Twas the Night Before Christmas”. Featuring holiday touches such as classic decorations, holiday-inspired costumes and even snow, this show will provide medieval merriment to all who attends. We recommend trying the snowflake sugar cookies served during the show!
Food and Beverage Specials
Beauty is in the eye of the burger holder as Michael Mina’s PUB 1842 features the “Turducken”, an 8 oz turkey patty with duck confit, chicken gravy, fired potato cake and cranberry aioli. Try Luxor’s newest cocktail, the Golden Spark made with real gold flecks, now being served at Aurora.
Check out the special Thanksgiving menus below:
Holiday at The Park
Holiday at The Park begins on November 30, with the annual tree lighting ceremony from 5:00 PM to 6 PM. Lace up your ice skates and skate alongside the Vegas Golden Knights -Junior Knights while enjoying carolers and live entertainment. Be sure to arrive early with your kiddos, as Santa hats will be passed out for the first 500 kids that arrive. Welcome Santa as he arrives on sleigh to read a holiday story before the 80-foot tree is lit. Free hot chocolate and cookies will be available for all. Open daily until January 7, Holiday at the Park also features holiday shopping, a Wine Experience and Beer Garden for the adults and spreads throughout The Park, Toshiba Plaza, and the New York-New York Brooklyn Bridge.