Las Vegas (PRWEB) July 23, 2015
Vegas is known as Sin City, but there are plenty of wholesome events offered year-round. The city has no trouble attracting some of the world’s top talent and those wishing to see them perform. Though it’s always a great place to spend leisure time, this August in Las Vegas is shaping up to be one of best times to visit. Sapphire Resorts™ Group is happy to share some of the most exciting reasons to visit Vegas this summer.
1. Aerosmith at MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
Known as “America’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band,” Aerosmith has been rocking the roof off stadiums for over four decades. These Bad Boys of Boston will be opening the month of August on the 1st at the MGM Grand Garden with a one-night-only performance that is sure to be one to remember. Hear the songs that were written into our cultural consciousness played by the guys who originally performed them.
2. Ron White at The Mirage Hotel and Casino Resort
A senior member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, Ron White may not be for the kids, but he sure is funny. Ron’s style of cigar-smoking, whiskey-drinking comedy is unique and his delivery unmatched. There are several chances to see “Tater Salad” this August in Vegas. He’ll be at the Mirage hotel and casino resort on the 7th, 8th, 21st and the 22nd. Bring a sense of humor and some country sensibilities to have a laughter-filled night to remember.
3. Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson One at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
Sapphire Resorts™ Group knows that the late Michael Jackson had a lasting, profound influence on our culture in many ways. Cirque du Soleil pays homage in this synthesis of dance, music, visuals and acrobatics. Hear Jackson’s music as never before in this stunning display of artistry which seemingly summons the spirit of Michael. One is playing throughout the month of August at the Mandalay Bay resort.
Sapphire Resorts™ Group is here to help plan a memorable trip to Las Vegas in August, or for nearly any other travel plan. Contact us to start planning a trip today.