Here are our top 5 can’t miss events to see in Las Vegas in October.
5. Andrew Dice Clay
From the 9th to the 12th, Andrew Dice Clay will be performing comedy for all of Las Vegas. He’s known as “the undisputed bad boy of comedy.” He’s just as sharp as when he broke through in the 80s. Dice is making somewhat of a home out of Vegas as he is also performing from the 23rd to the 27th at the Vinyl in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. The show includes Dice’s new sharp material, lots of audience interaction and he closes every show with his infamous nursery rhymes.
4. Dane Cook
Dane Cook may be one of the biggest comedians of all time, but he’s a rare sight to see on the stage these days as he has turned his attention and sights towards acting in film more and more. He will be performing at the Ventian Theater in the Venetian on the 11th and 12th. Cook has become world famous for appealing to younger audiences with his high energy shows and observational humor which is always topical. He’s one of a kind and it’s hard to find other comedians on his level.
3. Sister Act
Nearly everbody remembers the Sister Act movie that made Whoopi Goldberg famous, but have you seen the stage play? Straight from Broadway, this musical is even more enjoyable and fun than the film. It’s garunteed to put you in a good mood and make you laugh. The story involves a wannabe diva going undercover as a nun and struggling to fit in. The Broadway musical, which has become incredibly popular, will be performed at The Smith Center from the 15th to the 20th.
2. Shania Twain
Shania Twain will now be calling Las Vegas home as she begins to be a resident performer at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. You can catch her most nights there where she will perform her greatest hits and show you a country show unmatched by any others performing and playing today. After a long hiatus, Twain is now rocking the stage with her hits like “Come on Over” and “Man, I Feel Like a Woman.” It’s a soon to be classic show you don’t want to miss while in Vegas.
1. Ray Romano and Kevin James
One of them became famous with his hit sitcom, Everybody Loves Raymond, and the other had equal success with his own sitcom, King of Queens. However, the two friends made their roots with stand up comedy and now they are returning- together. They will be performing together at the Terry Fator Theater at the Mirage on the 18th and 19th. Ramano has become famous for his dry wit and observational humor while James has made a name for himself for his hilarious schticks and physical humor. The two play perfectly off of each other and are sure to deliver a night full of laughter.