Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Adele, Bruno Mars, Luke Bryan, Usher, Miranda Lambert, Pitbull, and John Legend all have Las Vegas residencies.
Sting, Barry Manilow, Santana, Shania Twain, Diana Ross, Rod Stewart, Lionel Richie, and ZZ Top also have residencies in the city.
Sin City includes Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson holographic shows and a Beatles-themed Cirque du Soleil production.
Every DJ and electronic music personality works at night and day clubs along the Strip, creating a congested market for tourist spending.
Caesars Entertainment (CZR) and the newly-reopened Palms both plan a new style of headline show to fill a musical need in Las Vegas.
Rio, Caesars' lone off-Strip resort, and Palms, controlled by the San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority, have poor locations.
Off the Strip and away from Fremont St. makes it tougher to attract tourists, but both properties offer distinct amenities.
Pearl Theater and Kaos & Soak nightclub/dayclub are at Palms (where major names like Diddy and Frankie Moreno appear).
Caesars' Rio has Penn & Teller, a Las Vegas revue, a comedy club, the Chippendales, and The Duomo, a band-based music venue.
The Palms won't be as committed to yacht rock as its off-strip competition, but it will bring in a giant (if yacht rock cover bands can have a titan).
"The Docksiders follow and precede Yächtley Crw to Vegas. The band plays Kaos at the Palms Nov. 18-19, Dec. 29-30, and Feb. 24-25.
The aquatic act joins Frankie Moreno as Kaos' residency artists (Moreno returns Sept. 23-24 and is likely back in early 2023) "LVRJ reported.