Heads up, live music lovers. Tribute bands are bringing ABBA, Eagles, Aerosmith and more to Las Vegas in November.

Arizona Charlie’s has been a favorite casino for Las Vegas locals since 1987. Vegas locals know it’s a great place to grab some cheap eats, play bingo and see some great bands. Their bingo has actually won awards. And they have sessions every day so there’s always one to catch. Arizona Charlie’s started with just one location when they opened 36 years ago. That original casino still stands on the corner of Decatur just north of Fort Apache. And they now there is also a second location on Boulder Highway in Henderson.

Both locations of Arizona Charlie’s have a great line-up of live entertainment coming for November. And it’s especially great for those of us who love classic pop and rock music. And locals know the showrooms at Arizona Charlie’s are very comfortable and welcoming. In fact, Arizona Charlie’s is currently the home of Karate Karaoke. Which is a very fun take on traditional karaoke where people can earn their black belt in singing. Karate Karaoke has been in Vegas since 2006 and is playing in the Coverall Lounge every Tuesday through the rest of the year.

The Coverall Lounge is also the home of Robot Brain Trivia. Where teams can work together to answer questions asked by a live host. That’s going on every other Wednesday through December 27, 2023. And don’t forget Arizona Charlie’s Decatur is the home to the new 702 Market as well. Which is a fun nighttime art, craft and food market set outside under the Vegas stars.

With all the goings-on, plus a hotel, RV Park (Boulder Location) and restaurants, there’s a lot to do at Arizona Charlie’s. And it’s about to become even more of a hot spot in November. Thanks to this stellar line-up of cover and tribute bands. Oh, and did I mention there’s no cover charge for these shows? Check them out.

– Wendy Rush, 96.3 KKLZ


    ABBA LA is playing Saturday, November 18 at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur. While you can tell these four aren’t the original ABBA, they sure come close. Listen to those tight harmonies and on-point instrumentals. This will be a very fun night of music.

  • Summer Of '69

    Bryan Adams on stage singing with his guitar in concert. Blue lighting on the stage. Adams is wearing black leather and standing in front of his drummer.

    Summer of ’69 is, you guessed it, a Bryan Adams tribute band (note: this photo is of the real Bryan Adams). This act is lead by Kyle Frost singing the Adams hits we love. So, if you’re a fan of Bryan Adams music, get over to Arizona Charlie’s Decatur on Saturday, November 4 to check them out. You can see a preview of Summer of ’69 here.

  • Aeromyth

    If you’re a fan of the Toxic Twins, check out this tribute to the bad boys of Boston. Bringing all the Aerosmith hits we love. Aeromyth is performing at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur on Saturday, Nov. 11.

  • San Fernando Band

    Close up of drum kit with a hand holding a drumstick.

    These guys have been around for about twenty years. In that time, they’ve built up quite the repertoire of music. You’ll hear classic hits like EWF’s September. Newer stuff like Katy Perry’s Hot and Cold. And pretty much everything in between. Check out a preview of their performance here. They’ll be at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur on Friday, November 3 and Friday, November 17.

  • American Eagle

    The guitarist plays on guitar in a dark room. Hands of a Guitar player playing the guitar. Low key

    For Eagles fans, there’s a tribute band playing at Arizona Charlie’s that will satisfy that music craving. American Eagle is a tribute band that brings all the best Eagles hits to the stage. Check out these talented guys at the Decatur location on Saturday, November 25. Check out a preview of their show here.

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