Becky G Performs In Las Vegas At Zouk Nightclub On Nov. 17

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Have you started planning your November activities yet? If not – you should make sure to reserve some of the amazing upcoming acts taking place in Las Vegas this winter. One of the most exciting performances is singer/songwriter Becky G who will be taking over the Zouk Nightclub stage on November 17 in Las Vegas. This 24-year-old bombshell has exploded onto the music and acting scenes, proving that people can do both without sacrificing skill or intrigue. Becky G has commandeered the Billboard Latin Charts with her singles “Sin Pijama” and “Mayores,” but you might recognize her from Power Rangers or Empire instead.

Zouk has become a hotspot for visitors and locals who want to immerse themselves in the music scene, offering an array of artists and performers that go beyond the disc jokey role. The big names who are making appearances throughout the rest of the year are known for their showmanship as well as their talent, and Becky G is no different. She has been on tours with huge stars like Katy Perry, Jason Derulo, and Demi Lovato, but she’s also produced songs with music artists like Bad Bunny and Pitbull. If you’re hoping for fantastic tunes and a wonderful atmosphere, this American Music Award and People’s Choice Award winner is sure to knock your socks off (if you’re wearing any… otherwise just embrace the metaphor).

Tickets for her show start at $20 for women and $30 for men, but expedited entry can be purchased for $75 and lets you bypass that long a** line. Table reservations are always a smart choice for busy clubs like Zouk Nightclub, and will allow you to have a place to hang out between the opening music and Becky G’s entrance. You can also add yourself to the guest list, by clicking here. However you Vegas, make sure to treat yourself to a trip or visit the strip this season because the acts are just getting better and better. The weather might be chilling out, but the music is just getting hotter. Just make sure you stick around at the clubs long enough to hear the big artists – sleep is overrated anyways.