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What’s New in Las Vegas in 2024 – A Guide to the Latest Attractions and Entertainment

If there’s one thing you can always count on Las Vegas to deliver, it’s new experiences—and 2024 is no different. Vegas is never short of things to do and see, but whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned Sin City pro, you’re sure to find something you haven’t done before.

In 2024, Vegas has enough new concerts, residencies, residents, activities, attractions and exhibits to promise a fresh experience no matter how regularly you return. To make it easy for you to plan your 2024 visit, we compiled a list that includes:

  • The Super Bowl
  • Concerts & residencies in Las Vegas
  • Restaurant openings
  • Golf
  • Everything else new in Vegas

Let’s get to it!

The Super Bowl

Super Bowl LVIII comes to Vegas this February 11 at Allegiant Stadium. It is the first time ever Nevada has hosted the Super Bowl, and this year’s Big Game boasts Vegas-favorite Usher performing the halftime show. Even if you can’t get tickets, there will be lots of Super Bowl-related things to see and do around town:

Concerts & Residencies

Las Vegas is a town that loves live music. While a few long-standing residencies are saying goodbye in 2024, there are several new artists setting up shop for either a few shows or for long-term stays. There’s sure to be something for everyone—after all, the town that invented residencies never disappoints:

New Residencies

New Residencies

  • Adele at Caesars Palace
  • Rod Stewart at Caesars Palace
  • Luke Bryan at Resorts World
  • Miranda Lambert at Planet Hollywood
  • Foreigner at Venetian Theater

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Restaurant Openings

Once renowned for its lavish buffets, Las Vegas has successfully pivoted to being the home of the celebrity chef. 2024’s new restaurant openings—star studded and otherwise—are nothing to sneeze at:

Things to Do in Las Vegas in 2024

The smorgasbord of activities continues—there are lots of things to do in Las Vegas in 2024. On top of all the amazing food and concerts, there are also several new attractions, exhibitions and activities opening this year:


Golfers rejoice—the sport is having a moment in Las Vegas, with at least four new places opening this year:

  • Atomic Golf—Located beside The Strat, Atomic Gold offers “over 99,000 square feet of electrified and animated fun where the best elements of the game fuse together with great food, colorful drinks, and an engaging atmosphere”, with 103 hitting bays and six bars.
  • PopStroke—PopStroke will introduce two 18-hole “meticulously designed” putting courses to Town Square.
  • Swingers—Five mini-golf courses spread out over three floors at Mandalay Bay.
  • LIV Golf at Las Vegas Country Club.

Everything Else

  • DREAMBOX360º—An immersive 5D experience, with wraparound video screens, rain, wind, and other special effects.
  • Universal Horror Unleashed at AREA15 District—A year-round haunted house attraction inspired by Universal’s classic horror movies.
  • Particle Ink: House of Shattered Prisms at the Luxor—A one of a kind 360º experience: “The Wanderlust experience gives visitors the option to choose-their-own-adventure through the space while engaging with magical, interactive, and projection-mapped technology. During the evening hours, Wanderlust experience transforms to include live performances, acrobatics and seamlessly blended tech. The journey through this 75-minute live performance reveals the deepest secrets of the House of Shattered Prisms, it is sure to leave everyone who witnesses it dazzled and dazed.”
  • Play Playground—A “15,000 square-foot immersive wonderland of games” for both children and adults (21+ at night).

Wrapping Up

You can always count on Las Vegas to deliver a good time, whether it’s something new for 2024 or an old favorite.

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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.