Where Las Vegas - - THE GUIDE -

THE AUS­TRALIAN BEE GEES SHOW— A con­tem­po­rary ret­ro­spec­tive of all things Bee Gees, com­plete with video clips, live cam­era im­ages and stun­ning graph­ics. Sa-Th, 7 pm. $44.95-$59.95. Ex­cal­ibur, 702.597.7600. BOYZ II MEN— This iconic, Grammy Award-win­ning R&B group per­forms all of its time­less hits in this

in­ti­mate per­for­mance. April 1-2, 21-22, 28-29, 7:30 pm. $39.99-$149.99. The Mirage, 702.792.7777. THE BRONX WAN­DER­ERS— Brings to life the sto­ries be­hind mu­sic’s “golden oldies.” Daily at 5:30 pm. Call for prices. Bally’s, 702.777.2782.

BACK­STREET BOYS: LARGER THAN LIFE— A. J. McLean, Howie D., Nick Carter, Kevin Richard­son and Brian Lit­trell get the gang back to­gether to per­form their hits such as “I Want It That Way,” “Ev­ery­body” and “As Long As You Love Me.” April 14-15, 19, 21-22, 26, 28. 9 pm. Start at $55. Axis The­ater at Planet Hollywood Re­sort, 702.777.2782.

BRIT­NEY SPEARS— Get a “Piece of Me” with the pop star’s 20 big­gest hits. Meet-and-greets avail­able. April 5, 7- 8, 9 pm. $59-$219. Axis The­ater at Planet Hollywood Re­sort, 702.777.2782. CAMEO— A funka­li­cious and fun show that’ll have you up on your feet and danc­ing to the mu­sic from this trend-set­ting band, known best for the hit “Word Up.” Th-Su, 7 pm. $69-$110. West­gate Las Ve­gas, 800.222.5361. CE­LINE DION— The Cana­dian chanteuse re­turns to the Ve­gas stage with a pow­er­ful set of her great­est hits and sur­pris­ing cov­ers that range from Ja­nis Jo­plin to Jour­ney. April 4-5, 7- 8, 11-12, 14-15, 18-19, 21-22, 7:30 pm. Start at $55. The Colos­seum at Cae­sars Palace, 1.866.320.9763. DONNY & MARIE— This stylish and heart­felt brother & sis­ter act show­cases the duo’s many tal­ents across dance, com­edy and mul­ti­ple gen­res of mu­sic. Tu-Sa, 7:30 pm. $116.50-$306. Flamingo, 702.733.3333.

EL­TON JOHN: THE MIL­LION DOL­LAR PI­ANO— That mil­lion dol­lar pi­ano at cen­ter stage that El­ton John plays is prac­ti­cally an­other char­ac­ter in the show with its 68 LED Yamaha video screens flick­er­ing along with the tunes. At 3,200 pounds, it weighs al­most as much as a car. But Blos­som, as Sir John calls her, digs into his big­gest hits, in­clud­ing “Your Song” “Bennie and the Jets,” “Levon,” “Rocket Man” and “I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues.” Go ahead and sing and dance along. April 25-26, 28-29, 7:30 pm. Starts at $49.50. The Colos­seum at Cae­sars Palace, 1.866.320.9763. GE­ORGE STRAIT— The “King of Coun­try” re­turns to Las Ve­gas with his string of 60 No. 1 sin­gles, more than any other artist in any genre. “Check Yes or No,” “Car­ry­ing Your Love With Me” and “Ocean Front Prop­erty” are sure to be on the set list. April 7-8, 8 pm. $75-$200. T-Mo­bile Arena, 702.692.1600. GOSPEL BRUNCH— In­spir­ing gospel per­for­mances that will get you up on your feet! They’re paired with a soul­ful se­lec­tion of South­ern-style foods served up buf­fet style. Su, 10 am & 1 pm. $59.95. House of Blues at Man­dalay Bay, 702.632.7600. HU­MAN NA­TURE: JUKE­BOX— Four Aus­tralian sen­sa­tions per­form doo-wop clas­sics, the great­est Mo­town hits and boy-band clas­sics in the ul­ti­mate juke­box party. Tu-Sa, 7 pm. $49.95-$99.95. The Vene­tian, 702.414.9000. MJ LIVE— A show that cap­tures the essence of the King of Pop live in con­cert. Re­live his big­gest hits, dance moves and phe­nom­e­nal voice. Nightly, 7 pm. Tick­ets start at $49.95. Strato­sphere, 702.380.7777. PUR­PLE REIGN: THE UL­TI­MATE PRINCE TRIB­UTE SHOW— A 90-minute show packed with hits from the Pur­ple One from one of Ve­gas’ most beloved bands. W-Sa, 9 pm. 18+. $49-$69. West­gate Las Ve­gas, 800.222.5361.

NEW RICKY MARTIN— Up­side in­side out, Puerto Ri­can su­per­star Ricky Martin takes over the Park The­ater with his sexy moves start­ing April 5. The “She Bangs” and “La Bomba” singer al­ready booked out dates in June, July and Septem­ber as well. Catch him April 5, 7-8, 11 and 14-15, 8 pm. Tick­ets start at $59.50. Park The­ater at the Monte Carlo, 866.740.7711. THE RIGHT­EOUS BROTH­ERS— Bill Med­ley and Bucky Heard bring “blue-eyed soul” to Las Ve­gas. W-F,

6 pm; Sa, 7:30 pm. $39-$125. Har­rah’s Las Ve­gas, 702.777.2782.

NEW ROCK FAN­TASY— This trib­ute show brings the mu­sic of El­ton John, Axl Rose, Alice Cooper, Bon Jovi and more to the stage with singers who look and sound just like the orig­i­nal artists. Th-Su, 7 pm. $59-$99. Hoot­ers, 702.597.6024.

ROD STE­WART: THE HITS— Backed by a 13-piece band, the leg­endary rocker per­form­ers his chart­top­ping works in­clud­ing “Mag­gie May,” “You Wear it Well,” “Hot Legs,” “You’re in My Heart,” “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy,” “Tonight’s The Night” and “Some Guys Have All the Luck.” Meet-and-greets avail­able. April 1, 7:30 pm. Start at $49. The Colos­seum at Cae­sars Palace, 866.320.9763. THE SCINTAS— Pays homage to the icons of the mu­sic world. April 21-22, 28-29, 8:45 pm. $29-$99. Plaza Ho­tel, 702.386.2507.

NEW STEELY DAN: “REELIN’ IN THE CHIPS”— Brainy mu­si­cians Wal­ter Becker and Don­ald Fa­gen bring their cat­a­log of hits that in­clude “F.M.,” “Dea­con Blues,” “Kid Charle­magne,” “Hey Nine­teen” and “Reelin’ in the Years.” April 12, 14-15, 19, 21-22, 26, 28-29, 8 pm. Starts at $81.50. The Opa­line The­atre, The Vene­tian, 702.414.9000. WAYNE NEW­TON: UP CLOSE AND PER­SONAL— The leg­endary en­ter­tainer shows off his vast mu­si­cal tal­ents—from singing his hit “Danke Schoen” to play­ing mu­si­cal in­stru­ments. 7:30 pm. Tick­ets start at $75. Bally’s, 702.777.2782.

NEW WORLD’S GREAT­EST ROCK SHOW — Trib­ute artists im­per­son­ate some of the great­est rock bands in his­tory from the ’60s to the ’90s. Tu-Su, 9 pm. Starts at $59.13. Strato­sphere, 702.944.4919.

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