While Las Vegas celebrates Hispanic heritage all year long, we ramp up the fun for Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. In recognition of the vibrant culture and community within this destination, you’re invited to join us for a month of shows, events and celebrations happening all over Las Vegas.


Más Música

Pancho Barraza, otherwise known as the “Poeta del Amor,” will be at The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas on Sept. 16.

Global superstar Enrique Iglesias and Los Tres Tristes Tigres perform at The Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas on Sept. 16 and 17.

For El Grito, or Mexican Independence Day, influential Latin music group Banda MS and Eden Muñoz will be at Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on Sept. 18.

Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny and special guest Alesso are on his World’s Hottest Tour across the Americas and will play at Allegiant Stadium Sept. 23–24. 

Recent Latin AMA Legend Award winner, Lupita D’Alessio, brings her Aquí Estoy Yo tour, with special guest María José, to Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort on Oct. 15.

Más Fiestas

Head to Señor Frogs at Treasure Island Hotel and Casino for its popular Latin night. On Friday nights, it’s a wild celebration with three rooms of DJs and dancing into the morning hours. Banda starts at 1 a.m.

Every Wednesday, from 8-11 p.m., the Tivoli Village location of El Dorado Cantina hosts a Salsa and Sangría night. The Latin-infused party has salsa dancers, tableside sangría and a DJ.

From Sept. 15–19, The Venetian Resort Las Vegas hosts its annual El Grito, or Mexican Independence Day, celebrations. Various headlining shows and artists will be performing throughout each day and night at St. Mark’s Square at the Grand Canal Shoppes.


Más Delicias

Casa Playa at Wynn Las Vegas serves creative Mexican coastal cuisine, sourced from Mexico’s Pacific coastline, and cocktails like the Temple of Doom Margarita, in a vibrant setting that beckons you to stay all night.

Ghost Donkey at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas features an extensive selection of mezcal, expertly selected tasting flights, and specially crafted cocktails. And don’t miss its legendary truffle nachos.

While the summer season in Las Vegas is coming to an end, the freedom to be yourself and celebrate life continues with epic Hispanic Heritage Month festivities.