LAS VEGAS — (PRNewswire) — The Entertainment Capital of the World invites visitors to celebrate Mexican Independence Day with a September lineup of exciting events and entertainment. Revelers can enjoy performances throughout Las Vegas by unforgettable headliners and hilarious comedians during the 2021 El Grito festivities.
World-class Latin performers taking over iconic Vegas venues include:
- Comedian and star of film and television George Lopez brings his stand-up routine to The Mirage Theatre at The Mirage Hotel & Casino, Sept. 3-4.
- Rising Latin music star MALUMA makes a stop in Las Vegas during the holiday weekend at Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, Sept. 4.
- Legendary Mexican icon, Marco Antonio Solís will perform his only two U.S. solo shows this year at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Sept. 10-11.
- Grupo Firme, one of the hottest groups in the industry, will kick off Mexican Independence Day with performances at the MGM Grand Garden Arena at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Sept. 10-12.
- The “fluffy” comedian Gabriel Iglesias brings the laughs at The Mirage Theatre, Sept. 10-12.
- Iconic Mexican group BANDA MS will wow audiences with their signature sound at Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay, Sept. 11.
- Mexican singer/songwriter Pancho Barraza performs at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Sept. 11 and Los Ángeles Azules perform their future Cumbia sounds on Sept. 12.
- Christian Nodal, with special guest Gera MX, will kick off his 18-date “Botella Tras Botella” Tour at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Sept. 14.
- Multi Latin GRAMMY Award-winning Mariachi singer Alejandro Fernández performs at the MGM Grand Garden Arena at MGM Grand, Sept. 15-16.
- Mr. Worldwide himself – Pitbull – lights up the stage at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Sept. 18.
- Mexican pop rock group, CAMILA performs at Tropicana Las Vegas, Sept. 18.
- Bronco, Latin multi-GRAMMY Award-nominated band, will heat up the stage performing at the Concerts on the Beach Series at Mandalay Bay Beach, Sept. 18.
- Top-selling Latin artist Enrique Iglesias and cross-over superstar Ricky Martin return to perform at the MGM Grand Garden Arena at MGM Grand, Sept. 25.
Sports in September
- Hit the pitch with the Las Vegas Lights Football Club. Las Vegas’ USL team keeps kicking through September at Cashman Field.
- College football brings the inaugural 2021 Vegas Kickoff Classic to Allegiant Stadium Sept. 4 as a precursor to the 2021 Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 30.
- The NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders will take on the Baltimore Ravens during the 2021 season home opener at Allegiant Stadium on Sept. 13, and then go head-to-head against the Miami Dolphins on Sept. 26.
- Catch the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces at home at Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay before the regular season ends Sept. 19.
- UFC International Fight Week punches back to Las Vegas Sept. 21-25, culminating with UFC 266 at T-Mobile Arena where Alexander Volkanovski and Brian Ortega face off for the featherweight championship, Sept. 25.
- Clubs from Major League Soccer (MLS) and Mexico’s top-flight leagues will compete during the 2021 Leagues Cup Final at Allegiant Stadium on Sept. 22.
- See all your favorite drivers during the Fall NASCAR Cup Series weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Sept. 23-26.
To plan your unforgettable El Grito trip to Las Vegas visit www.VisitLasVegas.com.
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