Watching a guy juggle pins and balls is so old it may seem new again for families headed to or from the high-tech High Roller Ferris wheel.
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“Viva Veracruz” opens at Planet Hollywood Resort for a four-month run on Aug. 11, showcasing the music, dance and folklore of Mexico’s state of Veracruz.
The Prince salute “Purple Reign” is back in business at the D Las Vegas downtown. Jason Tenner’s take on His Funky Majesty has been rock solid for more than 15 years. But if you spent more of the ’80s listening to “The Joshua Tree,” there’s Arms of America, a U2 tribute playing through Aug. 18 at the Sin City Theatre in Planet Hollywood Resort.
Ticket sales begin Friday for “Route 91 Harvest,” an Oct. 3-5 festival in the lot actually called The Lot, across Las Vegas Boulevard from the Luxor and Mandalay Bay.
There’s no such thing as a sure thing in Vegas. Well, there is that rule about always splitting eights and aces.
Ray Charles tribute last seen at The Smith Center jumps to Strip at casino executive’s request
“Jersey Boys” unfolds like a movie on stage, both in its cinematic pace and a story told by four narrators mixing up the usual arc of a two-act structure.
Just about everyone agrees it’s time for something new in Las Vegas entertainment. Everyone, apparently, except the incoming owners of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
It’s a fair question, especially from an act called the Las Vegas Tenors, when one of them asks if people even know what a tenor is?
If big, bold experiments in Las Vegas entertainment were unraveling this week, smaller but still-encouraging ones continue.
The billboards make them look like magic’s version of “The Avengers.” And they fight their way out of a basement like superheroes, too.
Watching the rehearsal in front of him, show producer Adam Steck declares, “You gotta have an Aboriginal routine in an Australian show.”
Figuring out how to get the club demographic to buy show tickets is still a bit of a mystery. But one thing isn’t.
There comes a point in every Celine Dion show where the waterworks open and you can’t stop a tear from running down your face.
NeNe Leakes, best known as one of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” makes Cirque history on Friday with a week as the guest host of “Zumanity.”
You saw ’em back in the day. You probably just didn’t realize it.
Frankie Moreno proves that life is not always one thing or another, and sometimes you can be both.
It’s not so easy to get a movie and a Broadway show here at the same time. The film version of “Jersey Boys” arrives Friday, bringing the rare chance for a fanatic to see both the movie and the stage musical in the same day.
Want to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Elvis Presley recording “That’s All Right” on July 5?
It isn’t Las Vegas without an Elvis impersonator, sure. But anymore, it isn’t Las Vegas without a Tim McGraw impersonator, some nights working a few blocks away from where the real McGraw is singing. You can choose either one at adjacent venues inside the V Theater.
Jeff Civillico still relies on hand-to-eye coordination, but his low-budget show at The Quad doesn’t really feel like one when it comes to ideas per dollar.
Cirque du Soleil doesn’t appear to be packing up and leaving Las Vegas anytime soon. So the next best hope of all the smaller shows in town is that the Strip’s dominant producer will be really, wildly successful.
Las Vegas is the magic capital of the world, but its magicians don’t represent the world’s diversity. Reynold Alexander is out to change that with “Magia.”
There’s still a certain sizzle to having “Las Vegas” in your name. Maybe less so for pavers or locksmiths, but definitely for three singers trying to sell tickets to people who haven’t heard of them.
The classroom wasn’t as packed with television cameras and people in suits this time. Most of those little chairs that make a grown-up feel like Gulliver in Lilliput stayed empty.