The Best Things To Do In Las Vegas This Fall

Some of our agents and staff recently took an incredible trip to Las Vegas together. If you’re planning a trip to Sin City in the coming months, and want to do something that’s outside “the usual,” here are some fun and unique events that are going on this fall. While many of the usual annual festivals aren’t resuming until 2022, there’s still plenty to do this October or November!

Immersive Van Gogh

For a limited time, experience the beauty and wonder of Van Gogh’s incredible works all around you in a new and immersive way. Enter the mind of the artistic genius who created Starry Night and leave having seen his works in a new perspective. Located above The Shops at Crystals, you can purchase tickets in advance at vangoghvegas.com.

PBR World Finals: Unleash the Beast

If you want thrill and excitement, you need to go to the Professional Bull Riding World Finals at the T-Mobile Arena. The tournament takes place from November 3rd through the 7th and features exciting pre-shows as well. You can even book behind-the-scenes tours or a meet and greet with the bull riders! Get your tickets at pbr.com.

Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart

This isn’t your ordinary grocery mart. Step inside the whimsical and weird world of Meow Wolf and visit the interactive art installation, Omega Mart. Local and international artists have created a massive labyrinth of surrealist landscapes that connect through hidden portals and doorways within the 52,000-square-foot space. Omega Mart also includes a bar area that serves up drinks, alcohol, and snacks for those that crave a quick bite or for guests who need a small break from their neon dystopian adventure before diving back in again. Find it in Area15 and buy your tickets online at omegamart.com.

The Official SAW Escape Room & Escape Blair Witch

While Vegas’s famous Fright Dome isn’t happening this year, you can still get your “scare” on with these two spooky escape rooms, just in time for Halloween. You’ll be fully immersed in the world of your favorite horror films using realistic sets, live actors, and plenty of scream-worthy moments. Escape the Black Hills Forest like the Blair Witch Project or solve creepy puzzles in the SAW rooms. Book your trip to these rooms at sawescaperoom.com or escapeblairwitch.com.

The Rolling Stones

If you’re looking for an unforgettable, rockin’ time in Vegas, you’ll find it at the Allegiant Stadium on November 6th. Get your tickets to see The Rolling Stones play the songs you know and love like “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” “Ruby Tuesday,” “Jumping Jack Flash,” and many more, along with some surprisingly deep cuts for the devoted fans. Get your tickets to see Mick Jagger and the band at las-vegas-theater.com.

Las Vegas Book Festival

Las Vegas truly has something for everyone! If fall weather makes you want to curl up with a good book, attend the largest literary event in Nevada. Best of all, this festival is completely free! This celebration of the written, spoken, and illustrated word features multiple speakers and workshops, with different themed tents you can visit to be inspired. There’s something for every type of reader, including kids! Find the full schedule here.

Bill Burr

Las Vegas is known for being a stop on all great comedy tours, and Bill Burr’s show keeps people coming back to laugh again and again. His edgy wise-cracks walk the line, and his straight-shooting approach to life will have you in stitches. Shocking and unapologetic, Bill Burr’s show is guaranteed to be a fun experience when you vacation in Vegas this fall. Get your tickets at las-vegas-theater.com.


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