Las Vegas Reopening Shows
Las Vegas Reopening Shows, Casinos & Hotels 2022. What’s Open and What’s Coming in 2022. What has reopened in Vegas? Las Vegas is one of the world’s most electric cities, has turned the lights, fire, and fountains back on.
Reopened Casino Resorts
Many, though far from all, of the major casino resorts reopened their doors to overnight guests and visitors.
Some of the now reopened casinos include Wynn, Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mirage Las Vegas, New York-New York, Caesars, the Venetian, Planet Hollywood, and more. Prices starting around $30 per night at the lower tier resorts and just over $100 at the top-tier resorts.
MGM Resorts has announced that as of November 10, 2021 shows will be returning to Vegas. The list includes Carrot Top, David Copperfield, Jabbawockeez, Brad Garett’s Comedy Club & Thunder From Down Under, and more. The company said it spent the “past several months working closely with health experts and public officials to think through every aspect of these entertainment experiences including wearing masks, ticketing, seating, and serving concessions.”