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11 Las Vegas Residency Shows to See in 2020

People travel from all around the world to visit Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world. Shows and concerts are some of the biggest attractions that draw in crowds and 2020 is shaping up to be an awesome year for both. We have the ultimate lineup of the best Las Vegas residency shows that you can’t miss in 2020.


Las Vegas Residency Shows for Music Lovers

Vegas has been a popular spot for some of the biggest names in the music industry for decades. From pop to EDM to country, there are Las Vegas residency artists for everybody’s taste. Be sure to check out these big names coming to Vegas in 2020, and buy your tickets when they go on sale so you can experience the excitement.


Aerosmith | Deuces Are Live

If you love classic rock, clear your calendars because Aerosmith is celebrating their 50th anniversary with a Las Vegas residency. Most often referred to as “America’s Greatest Rock Band,” Aerosmith will be jamming out on their ‘Deuces Are Wild’ tour at Park Theater inside Park MGM. They are scheduled for an open run, so there are plenty of dates to choose from if you have limited availability. Tickets and specific tour dates can be found here, so make sure you get yours before it’s too late to jam out with these rock icons.


Gwen Stefani | Just a Girl

Las Vegas has been going B-A-N-A-N-A-S over Gwen Stefani’s two-year-long residency, “Gwen Stefani – Just A Girl,” at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Sadly, her residency is coming to an end in 2020, so make sure you experience the magic by grabbing your tickets for one of her final 15 show dates in February and May. There’s No Doubt that it will be one of the best things you do during your trip to Vegas.


Country Music Star Keith UrbanSource: Tammie Arroyo


Keith Urban | Keith Urban Live 

All of you country music fans are in luck because Keith Urban just announced in late October that he will also be performing in Vegas for his 2020 residency. He is set to have 12 show dates running from January through November at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace. Tickets are on sale now and generally start at $79 (plus applicable tax and fees). Grab your cowboy hat and get ready to party with Keith.


Kelly Clarkson | Invincible 

Kelly Clarkson is not only thriving in her multifaceted career as a judge on The Voice and host of her own talk show, she’s also gracing us with her beautiful voice in 2020 with her Las Vegas residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. If you have ever belted out ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ at the top of your lungs, you can’t miss Clarkson’s performances beginning in April through September 2020. Prepare yourself for the ultimate throwback concert and go purchase your tickets on either Clarkson’s website or any other resale site!


Lady GaGa | Enigma/Jazz & Piano

Grammy award-winning artist and Golden Globe winner, Lady GaGa, is also lighting up the stage for her 2020 Las Vegas residency at Park Theater at Park MGM. Her residency is unique in that it’s separated into two different shows, “Enigma” and “Jazz & Piano.” If you’re excited to dance it out to GaGa’s classic radio hits, “Enigma” is the show for you. “Jazz & Piano” caters more toward the crowd that wants an intimate, acoustic experience. Check out tickets and dates for her shows soon.


Grammy Award Winner Mariah Carey


Mariah Carey | The Butterfly Returns

All we want for the new year is Mariah Carey and we got her! Carey is one of the best-selling music artists of all time and she’s singing her way into our hearts with ‘The Butterfly Returns’ show. Her residency is at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace during February 2020. If you want to see her perform, you only have a handful of dates to choose from, so buy your tickets before they sell out.



With their historic appearance at Woodstock in 1969, Santana has been one of the most iconic rock bands to date. Sin City is getting lucky because they’ll be performing their residency this year during the months of January, February, and May. Jam out to songs like ”Smooth” and “Maria Maria” with shows at House of Blues in Mandalay Bay. Get ready to rock out and buy your tickets now.


Sting | My Songs

Perfect for any generation of listeners, Sting’s residency “My Songs” is set to start in May of 2020 at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace. The show will feature classics from Sting’s time playing in The Police, as well as some of his new projects. The experience is going to be a sight to see, especially because of the show’s visual effects that will pay homage to Sting’s best music videos. Grab your seat here!


Las Vegas Residency Shows for Magic Lovers & More

If music artists aren’t what you’re looking for during your trip to Vegas, there are plenty of entertaining shows that will blow you away with magic and more. Here are a few Las Vegas residency shows that’ll have you ooo-ing and awe-ing from start to finish.


Multisensory Show Blue Man GroupSource: Lindsey Best


Blue Man Group

The Blue Man Group is a perfect show to go see if you want to be engulfed in a multisensory experience with percussive music, art, and science. With an open run in 2020 at the Blue Man Theater in Luxor Hotel and Casino, there are plenty of shows to choose from.


Penn and Teller

Combine fire, knives, guns, a hilarious comedy shtick and you end up with one of the most entertaining residency shows in Vegas, Penn and Teller. The magic duo has been performing their awe-inspiring tricks for over 30 years and in 2020, they will be at Penn and Teller Theater inside Rio Hotel & Casino. Get your front row seat before it’s too late because their residency ends February 26.


Shin Lim | Limitless

If you want to switch it up and take a chance on an up-and-coming illusionist, you must check out Shin Lim. Lim was the winner of season 13 of America’s Got Talent and is bringing his close-up magic to the Terry Fator Theater in the Mirage Hotel & Casino. This young magician’s Las Vegas residency show will feature his self-choreographed routines combining dexterity, precision, and grace. His shows are running from January to June, so check out which dates work for you.

That’s a wrap on the ultimate lineup of Las Vegas residency shows set for 2020. While you buy tickets and start planning your trip, check out the Las Vegas restaurants and bars to make your experience even better. And no need to worry about where you’re going to stay, because the D Hotel & Casino is your own private escape in downtown Las Vegas.