Rod Stewart Las Vegas

Rod Stewart Las Vegas shows are back on the calendar, as the rock star has just signed to begin a two-year residency at Caesars Palace beginning in August 2011. Following an immensely successful short series of shows at Caesars in 2010, the superstar is returning for Rod Stewart: The Hits, a show which he says will mostly feature his best-known classic rock songs, such as “Maggie May” or “You’re in My Heart.” When you plan a trip to Las Vegas, it’s possible to see some of the world’s best musical arts, and the Rod Stewart Las Vegas concerts are only the latest addition to a set of great Las Vegas shows at Caesars Palace, which is currently hosting Celine Dion and will soon be home to Sir Elton John as well.

The flurry to get Rod Stewart tickets begins on May 15, with the first eighteen shows scheduled for August 24 through September 11 and November 2 through 20. Stewart is slated to perform about 52 shows over the course of two years, with nine or ten shows at a stretch, followed by a two-week break and possibly international shows, so if you’re planning a trip to Vegas and are dying to get Rod Stewart tickets, be sure to check the calendar when booking your stay.

Rod Stewart Las Vegas
Rod Stewart Las Vegas

After performing several shows in late 2010 at Caesars Palace, Stewart began the Heart & Soul Tour with Fleetwood Mac lead singer Stevie Nicks, and as that has recently closed, he’s also been working on an album of blues songs with former bandmate Jeff Beck. A tour of England is on the calendar for May and June 2011, and then the countdown begins to the kickoff concert of Rod Stewart: The Hits. This is an event that is sure to draw fans from across the country, so in order to avoid disappointment, be sure to book your Vegas flights and make hotel reservations in advance as well as purchasing tickets for the concert.

If you’re interested in Rod Stewart tickets, click the tickets link on this page to see what dates and seats are available, depending on your price range. If you’re looking for the most affordable way to attend the Rod Stewart concerts, it’s best to book your tickets as early as possible, when the best-value seats are still free, and then to look for Las Vegas vacation packages that can help you save money on your accommodations and flights to the city. Tickets for Rod Stewart are available in a range of prices, so even if you’re trying to travel on a budget, it’s still possible to see what will likely be one of the best shows in Las Vegas.

Rod Stewart concerts are known for their energy and for a variety of music from the past several decades, and the Caesars Palace Colosseum is a terrific venue for his talents. After his shows in 2010, Stewart himself has said that he loves the venue—the Colosseum stage is low and allows the audience to get close to the performer, and as he is hoping for an up-close, friendly, small-venue-style show, this is the perfect place to be. Be sure to put Rod Stewart tickets on your list of things to get in 2011—seeing his show is likely to be one of the best things to do in Vegas this fall.

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