Las Vegas is a year-round destination and anyone planning to visit the city in November will have plenty of things to see or do. If you want to skip the high temperature of the summer, the cooler temperatures of November make it the ideal time to explore Las Vegas. The temperature is starting to cool enough that you’ll need to pack a few jackets for your evening strolls.
Despite the cooler temperature, especially during the evening, Las Vegas enjoys plenty of sunshine during the day. The average daytime high temperature in Las Vegas is 20 degrees C and the average nighttime low temperature is 5 degrees C.
With this in mind, here are some of the top things to do in Las Vegas in November. There are plenty of activities and events, so you can plan your holiday accordingly.
If you love playing poker or enjoy watching poker tournaments, the Charity Poker Tournament in Las Vegas is one of the events you cannot afford to miss. It is one of the most anticipated Las Vegas events of the year!
This year’s Charity Poker Tournament in Las Vegas will be held on November 4 at the Keep Memory Alive Event Center. This poker tournament is open for all poker players – from beginners to advanced players. There will be extraordinary prizes including $10,000 prize money, chef dinners, trips, jewelry, and more.
This tournament offers poker enthusiasts the chance to compete against some of the most elite poker players, such as Doyle Brunson, Jack McClelland, Allyn Shulman, Daniel Negreanu, David Williams, and more. The spectator ticket is available for $150 while the player ticket costs $575.
All proceeds from the tournament event will be donated to the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. This is an organization that provides no-cost services to patients and caregivers in their battle against brain diseases. Some of the most common diseases that they treat include Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, Huntington’s, etc.
The event is at limited capacity so all interested spectators and participants must sign up before the registration closes.
This November event in Las Vegas is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. The Sunset Park’d Food Truck & Micro Brew Festival brings together up to 30 different food trucks in one place, along with live music and activities for all ages.
Aside from the traditional food truck options, you will also find vegan food items and alcohol tasting at this festival.
The event will take place at Sunset Park on November 5, 2022. The event will start at 12 PM and will be open until 8 PM.
The annual charity competition is back this year in Vegas! This is your chance to see your favorite MLB Hall of Famers, World Series champions, MLB All-Stars, and other MLB personalities come together in one fun and competitive day of golf.
The cost of registration for the event (for a team without an MLB player) is $250. If you want to register for a team with an MLB player, it will cost you $350 per player. Your registration fee is inclusive of a breakfast and lunch buffet, plus 18 holes of golf with former and current MLB stars. You will also get the chance to meet and greet with the players, receive awards, and buy in competitions. A silent auction is part of the event wherein you get the chance to own some of the coveted baseball memorabilia.
All proceeds of this golfing tournament will be used to support the Youth Futures International Inc. initiatives. This program empowers and offers mentorship programs for girls and young women that were saved from sex trafficking.
The MLB Players for Youth Futures International Golf Tournament will be held on November 7, 2022. The event will kick off at 7 AM.
November 11 is Veterans Day and in Las Vegas, you will be able to enjoy a free visit to any national parks that are within driving distance from Las Vegas. If you love visiting national parks, make sure to take advantage of this offer to see some of the most beautiful national parks within and near Las Vegas.
Among the closest national parks to Las Vegas are the Death Valley National Park, Zion National Park, and Joshua Tree National Park.
Las Vegas is more than just the gambling capital of the world; it is also an entertainment capital. Therefore, you can expect lots of concert events to go to when you’re in Las Vegas. This November, there is an exciting lineup of performers that you can catch when you’re in the city.
Elton John kicks things off with a show at the Allegiant Stadium on November 1. Train is set to perform at the Virgin Hotels on November 4, followed up by The 1975 on November 5.
Dolby Theater is the venue of choice for The Who concert on November 4 and 5, while Jonas Brothers will take the center stage on November 10-12. If you’re more into intimate shows, you can catch Brad Paisley at Wynn’s Encore Theater on November 4 and 5.
For Billy Idol fans, you’re in for a treat because he will return for a new residency at the Cosmopolitan from November 11 to 19. Another country star, Luke Bryan, is also getting a residency at Resorts World on November 30.
Other concerts you can’t miss are Post Malone at the T-Mobile Arena on November 11 and John Fogerty at the Encore Theater on November 9 to 19.
If you love pizza, then we’re giving you another reason to visit Las Vegas this November – the Annual Pizza Festival. This is one of the most anticipated annual foodie events among Las Vegas locals.
It launched in 2019 but the event was postponed in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic. The food festival is back this year – and with a bang!
All pizza lovers unite in this pizza-tasting event like no other. The finest pizza shops in Las Vegas come together to showcase the city’s pizza industry. There are up to 15 local pizzerias that will partake in this event, such as Pizza Rock, Metro Pizza, Custom Pizza Truck, Italian Graffiti, Bonanno’s New York Pizzeria, Evel Pie, the Good Pie, and more.
If you are a pizza lover, this is the best festival to discover new favorite spots when you get pizza cravings. The general admission ticket costs $45 and VIP admission starts at $85. Your VIP ticket provides one hour of early access, plus complimentary wine or beer. You can also visit the VIP lounge and enjoy culinary samples exclusive to VIPs.
The Annual Pizza Festival in Las Vegas will be held on November 12 at The INDUSTRIAL Event Space.
Taking the definition of drinking in style to a whole new level, the Great Onesie Drinksgiving Bar Crawl is another highly anticipated event in Las Vegas this November. The exciting bar crawl takes place in Fremont Street wherein participants dress in onesies while enjoying unlimited drinks!
Aside from drinks, you can also enjoy a free concert at this event. There are also celebrity guests!
If you want to partake in this entertaining bar crawl, the admission ticket is only $35. Make sure you grab your most fun onesie for a fun night of drinking.
Dia de Los Muertos Festival in Las Vegas is one of the most exciting events in November. This year, it will be held at the Springs Preserve on November 4 to 5 from 5 PM to 9 PM.
Many consider the Day of the Dead festival as the most important cultural event in Las Vegas. This is a family-friendly, outdoor festival that is rooted in the Latin American culture of honoring loved ones. It is a joyous and colorful tradition filled with exciting activities like dance performances, live music, mariachi bands, arts and crafts, food vendors, and fun games for all ages.
The highlight of the festival is the showcase of altars from local community groups and residents. The altars are a cultural tradition and a way of remembering the dearly departed. The festival attendees will place their vote for the best altar and the winner will be announced after the event.
The Great Las Vegas Taco Festival is one of the can’t-miss events in Vegas this November. Now in its 6th year, the event features more than 25 taco vendors, a car show, fireworks, live bands and DJs, mariachis, a tequila sampling expo, carnival rides, a dog competition, and a costume contest, among others.
The ticket for the event starts at $12 and up to $35 if you want to witness the car show and tequila sampling.
The Great Las Vegas Taco Festival will be held on November 4-6 at Craig Ranch Park.
Thanksgiving is one of the most important US holidays and is also highly celebrated in Las Vegas. There are plenty of things to see and do when you choose to spend Thanksgiving in Las Vegas this year.
One idea is to head to Gilcrease Orchard to pick up pumpkins and then use them to decorate your home for Halloween. You can also use the extra pumpkin to make delicious pumpkin pie for your Thanksgiving dinner!
If you’re not into cooking a Thanksgiving feast, you can head out to one of many restaurants along the Las Vegas Strip. Most of them have excellent Thanksgiving menus that you can share with your friends or family.
Thanksgiving officially marks the start of the holiday season. Therefore, there is no better place than Las Vegas to mark that celebration. Make sure to keep an eye out for our holiday guide of activities and things to do in Las Vegas!