• 09-AUG-2022

  • Las Vegas

Entertainment is Center-Stage for Mexican Independence Day Weekend

LAS VEGAS –This September, Las Vegas resorts and attractions will once again celebrate Mexican Independence Day— often referred to as “El Grito”— and the kick-off of Hispanic Heritage Month with world-class entertainment and an exhilarating rematch in the ring. Top Latin artists and comedians will mark their return to stages across Las Vegas during this year’s observance, while the much-anticipated “Canelo vs. GGG 3” will thrill boxing fans.

Music to Keep the Party Going

Comedy at its Best

  • An Aces of Comedy series regular, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias delivers laughs at The Mirage Theater at The Mirage from Thursday, Sept. 15 to Sunday, Sept. 18.
  • Get even more rib-splitting fun at the Las Vegas Festival de Comedia at MGM Grand Garden Arena at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, taking place Friday, Sept. 16 with comedy acts Franco Escamilla, La Cotorrisa, La India Yuridia, Mike Salazar, Teo González, and Rogelio Ramos.

Action in the Ring

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