Saturday night’s sold-out Canelo Álvarez–Gennady Golovkin fight isn’t the only game in town this weekend. MGM Resorts International teamed with Live Nation to bring the world’s biggest Latin artists to its arenas and theaters on the southern end of the Strip. Here’s the lineup for Fiestas Patrias 2017.
Monte Carlo headliner Ricky Martin returns to the stage at Park Theater for a pair of weekend shows. 8 p.m., tickets start at $55, montecarlo.com
Multi-Grammy-winning rock band Maná also plays the first of two performances at MGM Grand Garden Arena. 9 p.m., $51–$450, inside MGM Grand Las Vegas, mgmresorts.com
Just down the Strip, Billboard Latin Music Hall of Famer Marco Antonio Solis is on deck with opening act Jesse & Joy at Mandalay Bay Events Center. 8 p.m., $79–$277, mandalaybay.com
And Alejandro Fernández, who frequently perfoms in Las Vegas during this holiday weekend, takes over T-Mobile Arena. Read our interview with him at vegasseven.com/alejandro. 8 p.m., tickets start at $69, t-mobilearena.com
If you’re not watching the fight, you can catch Ricky Martin (8 p.m., tickets start at $55, montecarlo.com) or Maná (10 p.m., tickets start at $85, mgmresorts.com) a second time, or you can hit up Mandalay Bay Events Center and see Marc Anthony’s Full Circle tour with opening act Christian Nodal. 10:30 p.m., tickets start at $80, inside Mandalay Bay, mandalaybay.com