Visiting Vegas this month? These are the Last Vegas Events June 2023 you can’t miss.
Summer is here, and it’s here to stay, which means hot weather, summer crowds, and pool parties.
For us, we start focusing on exploring the “great indoors.” The only times we’re outside are when we’re in the pool or for the brief moments we’re hopping from one air-conditioned building to the next. That’s how the locals do.
If you’re visiting in June, we put together a monthly guide of all the happenings and organized them by date and category. Hope you find this helpful! If you have any other questions, leave us a comment below.
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Last Updated: April 27, 2023
Las Vegas Events June 2023
These are all June-only events or limited to a few months, but if you want to see what’s available year-round, check out our ultimate Vegas bucket list, bucket list experiences, top Las Vegas shows, and indoor activities.
Weather in Las Vegas in June
- Average Temp in Las Vegas in June: high of 102° F, low of 61° F
- Rainfall: 0.1 inches
- Humidity: 37%
We still have decent evenings and nights, but during the day, it is often over 90°. Keep that in mind as you plan your activities. Also, since it’s hot, most places inside really crank their AC. You will find yourself fluctuating from hot to cold and back.
May 27, 2023 to September 9, 2023
The 2023 Summer installation is called ‘Majesty: The Grandeur of Nature.’ The focus is on Mother Nature inspired by the sculpture ‘Building Bridges’ in Venice, Italy.
Concerts and Las Vegas Shows in June 2023
- June 1: Daniel Emmet, Westgate
- June 1: Helloween, Brooklyn Bowl
- June 1-4: Garth Brooks, Caesars Palace
- June 2: Tig Notaro, Virgin Hotels
- June 2: Glee Night, House of Blues
- June 2: Earl Turner, The Smith Center
- June 2: The Grass Roots, Golden Nugget
- June 2-3: David Blaine, Resorts World
- June 2-3: Bruno Mars, Park MGM
- June 2-3: Seal, The Venetian
- June 2-4: Atlantic City Boys, South Point
- June 2, 17: The Chainsmokers, XS Nightclub
- June 3: Kygo, XS Nightclub
- June 3: King Lil G, House of Blues
- June 3: Eslabon Armado, Virgin Hotels
- June 3-10: James Taylor, The Cosmopolitan
- June 4: Dillon Francis, XS Nightclub
- June 4: Summer Lovin’, Suncoast
- June 6-11: Tina – The Tina Turner Musical, The Smith Center
- June 7: Michael Grimm, The Smith Center
- June 7: Bryson Tiller, Brooklyn Bowl
- June 8: Stick Figure, Pepper & The Elovaters, Virgin Hotels
- June 8-17: Barry Manilow, Westgate
- June 9: Grupo Frontera, Virgin Hotels
- June 9: Buckcherry, Brooklyn Bowl
- June 9-11: It Takes Two – Tribute to Rod Steward & Tina Tuner, South Point
- June 10: Beartooth & Trivium, Brooklyn Bowl
- June 10: Seven Lions, Downtown Las Vegas
- June 10: Emmaline, The Smith Center
- June 10: The Blue Stones, Virgin Hotels
- June 10: Gryffin, XS Nightclub
- June 10: Angela Aguilar, Palms
- June 10: Freestyle Explosion Throwback Jam Featuring Stevie B, Lisa Lisa, Taylor Dayne, and Young MC, The Orleans
- June 10: Stryper & Quiet Riot, Cannery Casino Hotel
- June 11: Tyga, XS Nightclub
- June 11: Frank, Dean & Friends, Aliante
- June 13: Frankie Moreno, The Smith Center
- June 13-15: Human Nature, South Point
- June 14: Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Palms
- June 15: Jonathan Karrant, The Smith Center
- June 15: Greg Adams, The Smith Center
- June 15-16: Frankie Moreno, Palms
- June 16: Diplo, XS Nightclub
- June 16: Erykah Badu & Yasiin Bey (Aka) Mos Def, Mandalay Bay
- June 16-17: Seth’s Bway Concert Series, The Smith Center
- June 16-18: Chubby Checker, South Point
- June 16-30: Keith Urban, Planet Hollywood
- June 16-30: Adele, Caesars Palace
- June 17: Kelsea Ballerini, Virgin Hotels
- June 17: Brian McKnight, Wynn
- June 17: Elvis Costello & The Imposters, Palms
- June 20-22: The Righteous Brothers, South Point
- June 21-30: Carrie Underwood, Resorts World
- June 23: Steve Angello, XS Nightclub
- June 23: The Steel Woods, Virgin Hotels
- June 23-24: David Foster, Wynn
- June 23-24: Peace Frog – Tribute to Jim Morrison and The Doors, Cannery Casino
- June 23-25: Frankie Avalon, South Point
- June 24: Marshmello, XS Nightclub
- June 24: Jimmie Allen, Sunset Station
- June 24: Bop To The Top: Lucas Grabeel, House of Blues
- June 24: Euge Groove, Santa Fe Station
- June 25: Acraze, XS Nightclub
- June 27: Serpentine Fire, The Smith Center
- June 27-29: The Bronx Wanderers, South Point
- June 28: Usher, Park MGM
- June 28: Tarja Turunen, House of Blues
- June 30: John Crist, The Smith Center
- June 30: Neil Diamond Legacy Concert, South Point
- June 2-3: Jim Jefferies, The Mirage
- June 9-10: Jerry Seinfeld, Caesars Palace
- June 9-10: Rob Lowe, The Venetian
- June 9-10: Nate Bargatze, Wynn
- June 10: Wayne Brady, The Mirage
- June 16: Russell Peters, Wynn
- June 16-17: Bill Maher, MGM Grand
- June 17: Kathy Griffin, The Mirage
- June 24: Kathleen Madigans, The Mirage
- June 30: David Spade with Nikki Glaser, The Venetian
- June 30: Theo Von, Wynn
Conventions + Major Events in Las Vegas in June
- June 1: JOGS Las Vegas Gem and Jewelry Show, The Mirage
- June 1-3: Comprehensive Tutorial in Breast Imaging, Wynn
- June 1-3: Radiology Review, Wynn
- June 1-4: Couture 2023, Wynn
- June 1-4: Tidal Wave 2023, Tuscany Suites
- June 2-5: JCK Annual Trade Show 2023, The Venetian
- June 2-9: Cisco Systems Inc Live 2023, Mandalay Bay
- June 4-6: Wocnext 2023, Harrah’s
- June 7-8: Common Ground Research Networks International Conference on Sport & Society, UNLV
- June 7-10: Vegas Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Dermatology 2023, Bellagio
- June 7-12: Gem, Decor, and Mineral Show, The Mirage
- June 10-11: Integrative Wellness Expo and Conference 2023, Alexis Park
- June 11-13: The SHRM Annual Conference & Expo 2023, Las Vegas Convention Center
- June 12-15: Realize Live 2023, Mandalay Bay
- June 16-17: Top Shelf Las Vegas 2023, Resorts World
- June 17-18: Midwest Arms Collector Gun & Knife Show 2023, Las Vegas Convention Center
- June 22-25: McKesson Corporation Ideashare 2023, Mandalay Bay
- June 23-30: American Ambulance Association Annual Conference 2023, MGM Grand
- June 24: Fantasy Sports Con 2023, Las Vegas Convention Center
- June 25-26: International Esthetics Cosmetics & Spa Conference, Las Vegas Convention Center
- June 26-29: Snowflake Summit 2023, Caesars Forum
- June 27-29: The Hospitality Show 2023, The Venetian
- June 11: Las Vegas Aces vs Chicago Sky, Mandalay Bay
- June 15: Las Vegas Aces vs Seattle Storm, Mandalay Bay
- June 15: CONCACAF Nations League Semifinal, Allegiant Stadium
- June 18: CONCACAF Nations League Final, Allegiant Stadium
- June 18: Las Vegas Aces vs Minnesota Lynx, Mandalay Bay
- June 24: Las Vegas Aces vs Indiana Fever, Mandalay Bay
- June 26: Las Vegas Aces vs Indiana Fever, Mandalay Bay
- June 29: Las Vegas Aces vs New York Liberty, Mandalay Bay
What to Eat in Las Vegas in June
Whether you’re looking for fruits and vegetables at the farmer’s market in Las Vegas or want to eat farm to table, you will find these in season (zone 9a).
- Fruits in Season – Apricot, Rhubarb, Strawberries, Watermelon
- Vegetables in Season – Artichoke, Asparagus, Basil, Beets, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Cucumber, Eggplant, Garlic, Gourds, Green Beans, Green Onions, Hot Peppers, Leeks, Okra, Onions, Parsnips, Peas, Potatoes, Salad Greens, Shallots, Summer Squash, Sweet Peppers, Swiss Chard, Tomatillos, Tomatoes, Zucchini
The Best Farm to Table Restaurants in Las Vegas
Here are some of the best farm-to-table restaurants in Las Vegas to check out:
- Sparrow + Wolf, Chinatown (New American, 💰💰💰)
- Honey Salt, Westside (New American, 💰💰)
- Carson Kitchen, Downtown (New American, 💰💰)
- CRAFTkitchen, Anthem (New American, 💰💰)
- The Black Sheep, Southwest (New American / Vietnamese, 💰💰)
- Yardbird, The Strip (Southern / New American, 💰💰)
- True Food Kitchen, The Strip (Vegan / New American, 💰💰)
- Kitchen Table, Henderson (Breakfast & Brunch, 💰💰)
Tips for Visiting Las Vegas in June
- Get tickets as soon as you know what shows you want to see. Popular shows & concerts sell out fast!
- Read all the fine print before heading to a show – some have restrictions on what you can bring.
- Save money on multiple attractions, and get the All-Inclusive or Explorer Pass.
- Sunscreen is a must, especially if you’re doing outdoor activities.
- Plan to arrive early for meals and shows. It takes longer than you think to get from one spot on the strip to another. Give yourself a buffer.
What to Wear in Vegas in June
- Bring a light layer – layers are essential for visiting Las Vegas. As the temps get hot outside, they crank up the AC inside. These are our favorite travel jackets.
- Dressy clothes – pack them if you plan on going clubbing or eating at nicer restaurants. You will see a mix of tourists in casinos dressed both up and down.
- Shoes – If you’re going out at night, you’ll probably bring heels or dress shoes, but make sure you bring a pair of comfortable travel shoes. The casinos are massive, and you walk a lot to get from place to place.
- Want to know what to wear to the airport? Here’s my ideal airport outfit and our carry-on essentials for every flight.
Best Places to Stay in Las Vegas
Is June the Best Time to Visit Las Vegas?
If you’re primarily going to be indoors on the Strip, any time of the year is fine. But if you spend any time outside, I don’t recommend visiting in June. Even walking the Strip is miserable.
You should visit between November and March for outdoor activities like hiking and climbing. But if you’re here for the pool parties and lake life, June is a good month.
Do any of these things to do in Vegas in June interest you? Let us know if we missed anything! If you’re holding an event and would like to be added, please email us at hello [at] localadventurer.com.
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Esther and Jacob are the founders of Local Adventurer, one of the top 5 travel blogs in the US. They believe that adventure can be found near and far and hope to inspire others to explore locally. They explore a new city in depth every year and currently base themselves in Las Vegas.