It’s officially springtime in Las Vegas, and April brings many exciting activities and attractions to look forward to. If you’re looking for the top things to do in Las Vegas in April 2023, we got you covered!
First off, how is the weather in April in Las Vegas? The average low temperature in April is 11-16 F (4-6 C) for early mornings and late evenings. Meanwhile, the average high temperature is 76-84 F (24-29 C).
Rain is rare in April, so it’s a good time to start outdoor activities and adventures. But even if it does rain, it’s only primarily light showers. Hence, you won’t need to pack your rain gear when you visit Las Vegas in April.
Here are the top things to do in Las Vegas in April 2023 to add to your itinerary.
The Viva Las Vegas Rockability Weekend is one of the highly anticipated events in Las Vegas in April 2023. It is a 4-day music festival/car show/burlesque show/pool party celebrating 26 years in 2023! Therefore, the event organizers are going all-out this year with an exciting lineup when the event is held at The Orleans Hotel.
The entire event will be centered on the 1950s and 1960s era. Many vendors will attend the events, including activities like a pin-up contest, vintage and classic car showcases, and Tiki pool parties. Tickets to Viva Las Vegas start at $60. It will take place on April 27-30, 2023.
The Wine Walk Wish event will be held on April 1, from 7-10 PM. It will take place on the cobblestone streets of The Village at Lake Las Vegas. This event is a must for wine lovers because you can sample over 30 varieties from 12 wine bars in Las Vegas. In addition to wines, local restaurants will also showcase tasty food bites. Live music will accompany the event to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Southern Nevada. Every ticket will cost $50 per person.
The Great Vegas Festival of Beer on April 1, 2023, will be the 11th instalment of the event. It will celebrate craft beer and new craft spirits at the event, aiming to spotlight local and international brew artists. The event will be the biggest of its kind in Las Vegas, as it brings together over 100 of the world’s best craft breweries.
The event will occur at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on April 1. In addition, food from the best food trucks and culinary artists will also be available for guests to enjoy. Ticket prices start at $50.
If you’re a sports fan, especially a baseball fan, April is a great time to visit Las Vegas as the Las Vegas Aviators return to Summerlin’s Las Vegas Ballpark for the season opener on April 4. The minor-league team will compete against the team from Oklahoma City in a six-game series.
No matter what time of year you visit Las Vegas, you’re sure to catch a concert or two! There is an excellent lineup for April, as many residencies are currently in Las Vegas. One example is Michael Buble, who has a Resorts World Las Vegas residency starting in April.
A few other musical artists have lined up concert shows in Las Vegas for April, such as the following:
April 1: Red Hot Chili Peppers at Allgiant Stadium
April 1: Luke Bryan at Resorts World
April 1,2,6,8,9: Miranda Lambert at Zappos Theater, Planet Hollywood
April 1,2,5,7,8,9: Sting at The Colosseum, Caesars Palace
April 1,5,7,8: Maroon 5 Residency at Dolby Live
April 7,8,12,14,15: Katy Perry at Resorts World
April 7: New Edition Tour with Keith Sweat at T-Mobile Arena
April 8: Muse at T-Mobile Arena
April 11: Keshi at Virgin Hotel
April 14,15,19,21,22,26,28: Usher residency at T-Mobile Arena
April 14-15: Smooeky Robinson at Venetian Theatre
April 14-15: Braid Paisley at Encore Theater
April 28: 38 Special at Westgate
April is also Broadway season in Las Vegas! If you’re a Broadway fan, you can buy season tickets. But if you want to catch a few shows, you can pick out the shows you want to see – and there will be plenty of them!
The Night at the Opera will also play at Reynolds Hall in Las Vegas. Indulge in a bedazzling story of romance, betrayal, sacrifice, and passion in a show delivered by some of the world’s most famous opera artists. Don’t forget to catch these powerhouse performances when you visit Las Vegas this April!
If you plan to visit Las Vegas during the Easter week, you’re in store for many exciting events and activities. April 9 is Easter Sunday, so be sure to be in Las Vegas to join the celebration.
Gospel Brunch is an all-you-can-eat event that offers an immersive but non-denominational celebration featuring gospel music that will inspire you. The Gospel Brunch will be held at the House of Blues, and it features an evolving menu that features classic breakfast favorites like ham and omelet carving stations, biscuits and gravy, chicken and waffles, etc. You will also find comfort food items like some Southern specialities. A Bloody Mary and mimosas bar is also available for adult guests.
Ticket prices start at $102 and are available on April 9 at 10 AM.
The Bunny Bash is a family-friendly event for Easter in Las Vegas. The event includes carnival games, Easter egg hunts, a bouncy house, photo booths, bunny visits, and BBQ food trucks. The Easter Egg hunt event will kick off at 10:30 AM. It will occur at different time slots, allowing everyone to join and have fun.
The Bunny Bash events are open to the public and free. Therefore, it’s on a first-come, first-serve basis. Head to the Lewis Family Park on April 1 from 10 AM to 1 PM for the Bunny Bash event.
Another April Easter activity in Las Vegas is the Town Square Hop & Shop Egg Hunt. The event will occur on April 8, from 10 AM to 5 PM. It’s an all-day event that features concessions, rides, and entertainment addition, In addition, of course, an Easter Bunny and a free Easter Egg hunt event will open for children aged 1 to 10. The Easter Egg hunt features three categories: 1-3, 4-6, and 7-10.
In addition, there will be an Easter Storybook Adventure Show and Town Square Park Singing and Dancing! It’s the place for the ultimate Easter fun!
Another destination in Las Vegas to celebrate Easter is The District at Green Valley Ranch on April 1. They host annual Easter Egg hunt activities and festivities. You can register in person at the event venue starting at 9 AM. Other activities include face painting, a bouncy house, and music!