Las Vegas Shows in April

Las Vegas Shows in April 2023

April brings warmer spring air and a reason to go outside again. People love to visit Vegas in April to enjoy themselves after surviving the colder winter months. It is good because Las Vegas shows in April 2023 will be the best. In addition to walking the Las Vegas Strip and seeing people from around the world, you get to enjoy several awesome Las Vegas April shows at various hotels in the city. Many hotels have special deals available to attract tourists during the Good Friday and Easter holidays. So if you want to celebrate these holidays in Las Vegas, look out for any discount offerings which may be available.

In April, the most popular Las Vegas shows amongst tourists are Extravaganza, Shin Lim, and any Cirque du Soleil production. Extravaganza features a cast of 30 international artists comprised of comedians, attractive dancers, showgirls, high-speed skaters, and death-defying acrobats. It is one of the best April shows in Las Vegas that pays tribute to Sin City’s long and fabulous history. You’ll see holographic images of Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, and other Vegas music legends. 

Do you want to see magic shows in Las Vegas in April 2023? Shin Lim is a young but masterful magician who learned his impressive skills from watching YouTube videos about magic and sleight-of-hand trickery. He has self-choreographed all his magic routines and displayed them on TV shows like “America’s Got Talent” and “Penn & Teller: Fool Us.” Now, you can see his famous tricks live at the Mirage Hotel. If you have already seen his performances on television, you will be even more impressed seeing them live. You will spend the whole time wondering how he did them.

Of course, the most popular shows in Vegas are from the Cirque du Soleil production team. They have mastered the art of entertainment with their unique display of death-defying acrobatics, dance choreography, and impressive stunt work. Their Las Vegas shows for April 2023 include “O,” “Mystere,” “The Beatles Love,” and “Michael Jackson One.” Some are tribute shows to famous singers, while the others are unique productions designed to surprise and amaze audiences.