Las Vegas Shows in March 2024

March is the beginning of spring and the time when college students take their famous spring break vacations. So what better way to spend your spring break than going to Las Vegas for a week? The Las Vegas shows in March 2024 will be really exciting for you and whoever else you bring on your trip to Sin City. In addition, you’ll have the chance to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day at any of the restaurants in the city.

Vegas! The Show introduces audiences to the old-fashioned Vegas shows with the classic Vegas showgirls looking beautiful in their feather-clad attire. Their fun and attractive costumes, combined with the Rat Pack impressionists, will make you feel like it’s springtime in Vegas back in the 1960s. On the other hand, why not witness a living legend at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace? The legendary Rod Stewart will be performing his greatest hits at his shows in Las Vegas in March 2024.

Of course, the best Las Vegas shows for March 2024 include Cirque du Soleil productions. After months of staying inside in isolation, people are in the mood for some adventure and action in March. Cirque du Soleil’s “KA” gives audiences everything they would want in March shows in Las Vegas. It is a classic story of good versus evil with two large moving platforms capable of floating and rotating vertically. Watch a daredevil performer risk his life from high above the theater as an intense battle is fought for your enjoyment.

Would you like to laugh at some of the funny Las Vegas March shows available in 2024? You’ll want to laugh and adore the cute dogs on display in Gregory Popovich’s Comedy Pet Theater on the Las Vegas Strip at Planet Hollywood. It is one of the best Las Vegas shows because it has a combination of juggling, jump roping, gymnastics, and over 30 different animals. But if you prefer shows with puppets, spend part of our spring break watching Terry Fator: Who’s the Dummy Now at the New York-New York Hotel. Terry will offer funny puppet impressions of everything from a turtle to Elvis Presley.