Additional performers, presenters and special guests will be announced at a later date.

Tickets are open to the public at the $40, $100 and $150 marks, and go on sale beginning April 13 through Ticketmaster and the MGM Grand box office.

“Divas are defined by talent, style and attitude, and only Vegas can match the excitement and unpredictability of these Divas,” said Rick Krim of VH1. “This newest edition of VH1 Divas Live takes the most powerful women in music – the kind of superstar artists who usually headline their own TV specials – and brings them all together on one stage.”

Since its inception in 1997, the VH1 Save The Music program has received more than $17 million in donations of musical instruments, which in turn have been given to 750 public schools in 75 cities.

This is the first time VH1 Divas will be presented on the West Coast. The previous four shows have been held in New York.