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What To Do in Las Vegas this November

What To Do in Las Vegas November 2019

Escaping the cold with a late-fall trip to Sin City? You won’t be bored—between fall events, Thanksgiving holidays, and Christmas just around the corner, there’s lots on the Las Vegas agenda for November:

Concerts, comedy, and magic shows

As one of the entertainment-capitals of the world, there is always a new concert, comedy act, or magic show to catch in Las Vegas. Check out one (or more!) of these fresh options:

Visit our October Itinerary Post to see some residencies that are staying through November.

Food festivals and experiences

Renowned for its celebrity chefs and impressive restaurant offerings, Las Vegas has some of the tastiest dining experiences in the world. Test out some of the best food, drink, and entertainment Vegas has to offer at these culinary conventions and festivals:

Arts & crafts shows

Get some holiday shopping out of the way and peruse beautifully crafted works of art at these November arts and crafts shows:

Holiday & Seasonal events

With Christmas seeping in at the seams, it’s easy to forget about the holidays actually taking place this month. Here are some November holiday events you shouldn’t miss:

If you’re in town for Thanksgiving, you’ll also find a variety of special seasonal menus, feasts, and events at most restaurants. Check out this list from TripSavvy to get an idea of what to expect.

Sports and other events

If all of that isn’t enough for you, or just isn’t quite your thing, Las Vegas has several sports events and shows taking place in November:


New York may hold the title of “the city that never sleeps”, but there is always something to do in Las Vegas—even in November.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and in need of a welcome-respite from your busy schedule and the bustling city, or you just need a break from all the activities the city has to offer, consider stepping off the Strip and into the tranquil of nearby natural preserves like Red Rock Canyon, Death Valley, and the Valley of Fire.


About Ria Borja

Ria is a Customer Experience Manager at Canyon Tours and an avid lover of the outdoors. When she isn't helping other travelers check destinations and dream vacations off their bucket lists, she's busy exploring the Southwest. Her favorite place to visit is (unsurprisingly!) the Grand Canyon.