Best Bets: Dave Chappelle and John Mayer, Vince Neil and more for your Las Vegas weekend

Vince Neil

 Vince Neil Katy Winn/ AP In this March 20, 2012, file photo, Vince Neil speaks at a Motley Crue and KISS tour press conference in Los Angeles.

If you’re celebrating the arrival of 2019 in Las Vegas, you have actually currently made your plans for Monday night. But there’s a mega-party weekend prior to New Year’s Eve stacked with super star performers. Have a look at these home entertainment offerings downtown and on the Strip in the nights prior to the fireworks are released.

VINCE NEIL Motley Crue frontman and long time Las Vegan Vince Neil, who just recently teased his band’s Netflix biopic’s release in March, is back onstage downtown Friday to ramp up the New Year’s Eve house party. Capture the wild rocker at the Golden Nugget Showroom. December 28, details at < a href="" target=

_ blank “rel= “noopener” > AMBER SAUER Among the standouts from season 14 of “The Voice” is performing her first Las Vegas performances at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz this weekend and raising awareness about her home town while doing so. Sauer’s tribute reveals to Paradise, California, are set for Friday and Saturday at the Smith Center. December 28-29, info at < a href="" target=" _blank

” rel=” noopener” > ARIANA GRANDE Editor’s Note: < a href=" "target=” _ blank” rel=” noopener” > This event has been canceled. With the existing success of 2018 album” Sweetener “and No. 1 single “Thank U, Next,” Ariana Grande is riding high as one of the greatest names in pop music heading into 2019. Prior to she rolls into the new year and eventually drops her 5th studio album, Grande will perform at the Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan. December 29, info at < a href="" target=

” _ blank “rel =” noopener” > GIFT MOB CeeLo Green has spent a lot of time carrying out in Las Vegas for many years however on Saturday night, the Southern hip-hop group that offered him his start will reunite onstage at Brooklyn Bowl. Initial Gift Mob members Big Gipp, Khujo and T-Mo join CeeLo for a live show that need to help the group warm up for its planed Super Bowl Live performance in Atlanta ahead of the big video game. December 29, details at < a href="" target=

_ blank” rel=” noopener “> DAVE CHAPPELLE & JOHN MAYER Comic Dave Chappelle and singer-songwriter John Mayer have been discovering methods to collaborate considering that “Chappelle’s Program” dominated Comedy Central. On Sunday night, they bring their “Controlled Danger” program to the MGM Grand Garden Arena, typically consisting of an opening set of music from Mayer, stand-up from Chappelle and some shared phase time for storytelling and more laughs and tunes. December 30, details at

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