Best Bets: Engelbert Humperdinck, Aly & AJ, the Grinch and more for your Las Vegas weekend


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Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Musical plays at Reynolds Hall through December 1.

Fri, Nov 29, 2019 (2 a.m.)

Music, comedy, holiday fun for the whole family … that’s what’s on the docket to wrap up this Thanksgiving weekend in Las Vegas. Explore these entertainment options once you wrap up your Black Friday shopping adventures.

DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS This musical version of everyone’s favorite holiday tale has been enjoyed by more than 2.1 million theater-goers across the country, and that’s not counting its record-breaking run on Broadway. With songs from the original animated special and costumes inspired by Dr. Seuss’ original illustrations, “Grinch” will get you ready for Christmas with multiple shows this weekend at Reynolds Hall. November 29-December 1, info at

ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK The veteran British pop singer is still creating new music, following up the recent album “The Man I Want to Be” with last year’s “Warmest Christmas Wishes” and this month’s EP “Reflections.” You’ll hear songs from all three when he returns to the Orleans Showroom for three shows this holiday weekend. November 29-December 1, info at

SONS OF SOUL LEGENDS The Suncoast Showroom in the Summerlin area hosts this unique collection of second-generation singers on Saturday: Bruce Williamson Jr., a Gospel Brunch regular at the House of Blues and the son of a member of the Temptations; Gemini Burke, son of Solomon Burke; TJ Hooker-Taylor, son of Johnnie Taylor and Mary Ann Hooker; Joe Tex II and Lou Rawls Jr. November 30, info at

ALY & AJ Sisters Aly and AJ Michalka have successfully transitioned from Disney teen stars to grown-up musicians and actresses with their own style and sound. They pop-focused duo headlines the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay Saturday. November 30, info at

JEFF DUNHAM Comic ventriloquist Jeff Dunham has been one of the longest running acts at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, along with his varied cast of characters including Peanut, Walter and José Jalapeño. He’s back in the storied venue for the first time since its summer renovation on Sunday night with his new international touring show “Seriously?” December 1, info at

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