Top Things To Do In Las Vegas In June

By Elle
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Heading to Las Vegas in June? You better buckle up because June is quite the time to be in Vegas!

With pool party season in full swing, oodles of big concerts, and two foodie-related events happening this month, it’ll be hard to ignore the high energy and summertime vibes pumping throughout the entire city of Las Vegas.

From meeting your favorite UFC fighters to catching epic shows by the likes of Adele, Lady Gaga, and Bruno Mars, we invite you to use this guide to discover all that the month of June brings to Las Vegas.


June Weather In Las Vegas

  • Average Temps in June: high of 102° F, low of 78° F
  • Average Rainfall: 0.08 inches

June officially brings the true desert summer weather to Las Vegas! There’s no getting around it — IT IS HOT. Daily highs run in the 100’s °F, rarely falling below 78°F or exceeding 110°F. We hope you’re incorporating indoor activities or at least some pool time in your itinerary — you’ll need a way to cool down from all the heat!

If you’re planning to do outdoor activities in June, try not to. But if you must, be sure to keep an eye on the weather and pack accordingly (sunhats, cold water, sunscreen, electrolytes, etc.). You’ll want to do outdoor activities early in the morning (before 8am) or after the sun sets.

Top 5 Things To Do In June

There are so many fun things to do in Las Vegas year-round, but here are our top recommendations this month:

Festivals In June

Special Concerts + Performances In June

  • June 1: Carrie Underwood, Resorts World
  • June 1: Maroon 5, Park MGM
  • June 1: Avril Lavigne, All Time Low, & Royal and the Serpent, MGM Grand
  • June 1: Ringo Starr And His All Starr Band, The Venetian
  • June 1: Air Supply, Westgate Hotel
  • June 1: Sesame Street Live!, The Orleans
  • June 1: Charles Wesley Godwin, Brooklyn Bowl
  • June 1-6: Christina Aguilera, The Venetian
  • June 1-15: Adele, Caesars Palace
  • June 2: Brothers Osborne, The Cosmopolitan
  • June 5: Madison Beer, Brooklyn Bowl
  • June 6: Caifanes & Cafe Tacvba, Planet Hollywood
  • June 7: George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, Palms
  • June 7: From Ashes to New, House of Blues
  • June 7-8: Zach Bryan, Sierra Ferrell, & Levi Turner, T-Mobile Arena
  • June 7-15: Bruno Mars, Park MGM
  • June 8: Gabito Ballesteros, The Cosmopolitan
  • June 8: Joyner Lucas, House of Blues
  • June 8: Freestyle Explosion Throwback Jam, The Orleans
  • June 13-15: Barry Manilow, Westgate Hotel
  • June 15: Leo Skepi, House of Blues
  • June 19-30: Lady Gaga, Park MGM
  • June 22: Megan Thee Stallion, MGM Grand
  • June 22: Hauser, Wynn
  • June 22: Reik, Virgin Hotels
  • June 22: Warrant, Westgate Hotel
  • June 23: R&B Money Tour: Tank & Keri Hilson, Palms
  • June 26-29: Garth Brooks, Caesars Palace
  • June 26-29: Lionel Richie, Wynn
  • June 28-29: Jason Derulo, The Venetian
  • June 28-29: Toni Braxton & Cedric The Entertainer, The Cosmopolitan
  • June 29: Xscape, SWV, Mya, 702, & Total, Planet Hollywood
  • June 29-30: Edicion Especial, Virgin Hotels

Comedy Shows In June

  • June 1: Hasan Minhaj, The Cosmopolitan
  • June 7-8: Taylor Tomlinson, Wynn
  • June 14-15: Russel Peters, Wynn
  • June 21-22: Bill Maher, MGM Grand
  • June 30: Jeff Dunham, Planet Hollywood

Conventions And Conferences In June

Las Vegas Restaurant Week

Eiffel Tower Restaurant Las Vegas

Las Vegas holds its annual Restaurant Week event in mid-June every year. This year, it runs from June 3–June 14, 2024. Now in its 17th year, Las Vegas Restaurant Week is an annual 12-day event held every spring that encourages people to dine out for a good meal, a good value, and a good cause.

The city’s finest restaurants offer special three-course prix fixe menus, donating a portion of the proceeds to Three Square Food Bank. Since 2007, millions of meals have been provided for those in need through this event. By participating, you help Three Square feed hungry families and individuals in Southern Nevada!

Top restaurants participating this year include

  • Bardot Brasserie at ARIA Resort & Casino
  • Bazaar Meat by José Andrés at SAHARA Las Vegas
  • Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas
  • Bouchon at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
  • Buddy V’s Restaurant at Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Las Vegas
  • Carbone at ARIA Resort & Casino
  • Giada at The Cromwell
  • Hakkasan Restaurant at MGM
  • Genting Place at Resorts World

Enjoy a memorable dining experience while supporting a great cause!

Revelry at Wynn Las Vegas

Revelry, the biggest Vegas culinary/food festival of the year, comes to the Wynn Las Vegas from June 5-8 with four straight days of culinary events. This extraordinary event features pop-up tastings, kitchen collaborations, multi-course dinners, and a grand tasting feast, all from the world’s best chefs, vintners, and mixologists.

Enjoy unique dining experiences such as the “50 Best Signature Sessions” with Elena Reygadas and Sarah Thompson celebrating Mexican cuisine, and Thitid Tassanakajohn, Pichaya Soontornyanakij, and Jeff Ramsey blending Japanese and Thai flavors. Don’t miss the grand finale, “The Feast”, a lavish tasting event held on the lawn and Pavilion, or the “Icons Dinner” featuring America’s most acclaimed chefs.

Amplified by live performances from acclaimed musicians, artists, and DJs, Revelry is guaranteed to be one of the most elevated food festivals held this year!

Dive-In Movies at The Cosmopolitan

On Monday evenings (from May to September), the marquee at Boulevard Pool transforms into a colossal movie screen for its Dive-In Movies event, showing your favorite films high above The Las Vegas Strip! From classic films to modern blockbusters, take a dip or lounge poolside as you sip on handcrafted, movie-themed cocktails and enjoy creative movie snacks under the stars.

Doors open at 7PM, with the movie starting at 8PM, making for a perfect summer night out. Entrance is on Level 3 via the Boulevard Tower escalators, and tickets can be purchased online on The Cosmo’s website or at the North Bar at Boulevard Pool.

June 2024 Showings:

  • June 3 | The Dark Knight
  • June 10 | Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol III
  • June 17 | Elemental
  • June 24 | Fast X

Ticket Deets:

  • $15 for non-hotel guests
  • $10 for Las Vegas locals (must present valid ID at Box Office)
  • Complimentary for two for Registered Hotel Guests (must present room key at Box Office)
  • Complimentary for one for Military Members & First Responders (must present valid ID at Box Office)
  • Complimentary for children ages 5 & under
  • Cabana and daybed reservations are also available and come with included admission to the movie.

UFC X

Taking place June 28-29, the UFC X ( and the UFC X VIP Experience) is a must-attend event for mixed martial arts fans.

Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, this exclusive event offers unparalleled access to UFC fighters, behind-the-scenes experiences, and insider panels. Enjoy meet-and-greets, autograph sessions, and photo opportunities with your favorite fighters, along with exclusive merchandise and interactive exhibits.

See the seasonal displays at the Bellagio Conservatory

Bellagio Conservatory Summer 2024
Summer 2024 | Courtesy of Bellagio – MGM Resorts

One must-see attraction in June is the Summer display at the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. The 2024 Summer Display is called ‘Higher Love’ and runs from May 25, 2024 to September 7, 2024.

Here’s more about the theme, per Bellagio’s site: “Whisk away into the summer of love as colorful hot-air balloons float throughout the air and experience the blossoming of vibrant florals. “Higher Love” is an artistic representation of summer and love inspired by world-renowned art and architecture. Each bed celebrates European nostalgia, universal love, and the timeless symbolism of nature’s beauty using breathtaking botanical artistry to create a romantic dreamscape.”

Experience the show at The Sphere

The Sphere Las Vegas
Courtesy of KSAT

If you’ve driven on the highways of Las Vegas, chances are you’ve seen The Sphere. With the weather heating up so much this month, spending a few hours indoors with air-conditioning will be a dream.

The Sphere Experience is a two-part multi-sensory experience lasting approximately two hours. In all honesty, it’s two hours of immersive amazement.

Again, there are two parts to the experience. First, you’ll get to explore The Atrium. There’s a 360-degree avatar capture, a mesmerizing 50-foot holographic installation, and a few other cool tech features.

Then, brace yourself for an immersive cinematic experience unlike anything you’ve ever seen with Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Postcard from Earth.’ This specially commissioned film is a sci-fi portrait of our planet, leveraging Sphere’s cutting-edge technologies to transport you to new worlds without ever leaving your seat. 

Attend a pool party

Ayu Dayclub Resorts World
Ayu Dayclub | Courtesy of Resorts World

Perhaps the most exciting thing about summer (other than seeing the new display at the Bellagio Conservatory, of course) is pool party season.

If your idea of an awesome daytime activity includes lounging around the pool, dancing to live music played by top DJs, drinking summer cocktails, and gorging on delicious poolside chicken tenders, then you’ll probably want to plan to hit up a day club on your Vegas trip!

Pool party season at the day clubs runs from April to the end of October. Encore Beach Club at Encore Las Vegas, Daylight at Mandalay Bay, Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World, TAO Beach Club at The Venetian, and WET Republic at MGM Grand are some of the most sought-after pool parties across the Strip.

If you want to live it up Vegas-style, book a cabana for the ultimate dayclub experience (if you’ve got the budget for it).

What does a cabana rental get you?

When you rent out a cabana at a dayclub, you’ll typically get exclusive access to a private shaded area with comfortable seating, including plush sofas and lounge chairs. You’ll also get dedicated waitstaff or hosts who provide exceptional personalized service, including bottle service and assistance with food orders. At some dayclubs, you’ll also find a flat-screen TV (for those of you who want to party and watch the game at the same time) and even water misters to keep you and your squad cool as cucumbers in the desert heat.

Enjoy Durango’s swanky new pool and cocktail bar

Durango Bel Aire Backyard
Courtesy of Durango Casino

Bel-Aire Backyard, Durango Casino’s brand-spankin’-new backyard pool area, invites guests to indulge in the ultimate poolside oasis. With more than 65,000 square feet, the backyard will host live DJ sets from noon to sunset from Thursdays through Sundays as well as Friday sunset parties.

The 7,200-square-foot pool houses 13 cabanas, 46 daybeds, and nearly 60 chaise lounges — set just above the water. The whole venue is a vibe, instantly transporting you into hip, ritzy, and glam part of Los Angeles. It almost feels like a movie set!

If you get hungry, The Backyard Grill caters to the pool area with many creative menu items like miso sea bass lettuce cups, watermelon and cucumber salad, crab and avocado salad, and sushi dishes.

On Sundays, you’ll find their epic Poolside brunch with a high-energy party atmosphere, perfect for those of you celebrating birthdays or bachelorette parties!

Explore AREA15

Haleys Comet AREA15 Las Vegas
Courtesy of AREA15

When night falls, it’s time to get immersive at AREA15. AREA15 has got to be one of the coolest additions to Las Vegas, like ever!

This 200,000-square-foot immersive art collective is buzzing with all things creative and imaginative. Throw an ax or two, play games at an arcade bar, wander through a ‘supermarket’ that makes you question reality, take in high-tech / colorful art installations, or explore one of the many virtual reality experiences.

From retro to futuristic to totally trippy, there’s an experience for everyone at AREA15. Engage with the exhibits, dive into virtual reality experiences, or simply wander through and take in the eclectic environment. The AREA15 world is your oyster!

Learn more about the current exhibits here (many of them require separate tickets). If special events and concerts are what you’re after, check out their events calendar to see what’s happening during the dates of your trip to Vegas.

See a Las Vegas show

Awakening Wynn Las Vegas
Courtesy of Awakening

Being outside in Vegas is hard with the desert sun beaming down all day. And one can only gamble and pool so much during the day. The summer months are the perfect time to stay indoors and catch some of the shows the city is famous for!

Las Vegas has a world-class theater scene. From burlesque to magic, Cirque de Soleil to comedy, there is a show for every type of person and every sort of budget. And the best part is, there’s a show happening every single night in Vegas.

We recommend these premium shows for your visit in June:

Awakening – The Wynn’s brand-new spectacular production featuring fantastical creatures, dazzling visuals, compelling narrative, and a touch of lighthearted comedy.

Absinthe – Caesars Palace’s daring and provocative Las Vegas show that combines jaw-dropping acrobatics, risqué comedy, and awe-inspiring feats of strength and agility in an immersive circus-style setting.

“O” at Bellagio: Another mesmerizing Cirque du Soleil show, “O” combines water, acrobatics, and theatrical performances to create a unique and romantic experience.

You can explore Las Vegas’ top show offerings here.

Tips For Visiting Las Vegas In June

  • June is hot, and chances are you’ll be walking outdoors at some point or sitting by the pool. Don’t forget to pack sunscreen, sunglasses, sunhats, and all that jazz.
  • If you’re going to walk The Strip, plan to take breaks every 10-15 minutes to prevent overheating. Luckily, most of the casino hotels are connected to each other so you can walk from hotel to hotel without having to spend too much time under the blazing sun!
  • If you plan on doing a lot of paid attractions, Go City can save you money on multiple attractions with their All-Inclusive Pass or Explorer Pass.
  • Be sure to pack a pair of comfortable travel shoes that can handle lots of mileage and keep your feet blister-free.
  • Traffic on the Las Vegas Strip is usually bad at all times of the year, so plan to leave earlier if you have reservations that require you to be somewhere at a specific time.
  • Getting around by rideshare and taxi are equally as popular in Vegas. A taxi can even be cheaper than Uber/Lyft during peak hours, while an Uber/Lyft is cheaper during off-peak hours.

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About The Author - Elle
About the author

My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!