Along with everyone from Rod Stewart to Eddie Money dropping in for concerts, the Strip will soon have three ongoing classic-rock tributes.
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The “Saturday Night Live” alums share the bill but not the stand-up experience on stage at SLS Las Vegas.
The Palms and other Station Casino venues will aim for younger fans, while Aliante branches out beyond jazz.
The quintet’s “Larger Than Life” showcase has the same arena look, and carefully choreographed vibe, of the act’s teen years.
Low overhead and word-of-mouth marketing help “B shows’ thrive.
The silent comic recruits plenty of audience “volunteers” for childlike fun at the Flamingo Las Vegas.
A memorial gathering Sunday at the Italian-American Club will celebrate a last-of-the-breed showman of the ’60s lounge era.
The new venue The Space joins retirement community theaters in bringing former Strip pros to local audiences.
The Academy of Country Music is dropping big outdoor concerts in favor of 18 events in all kinds of venues this April.
The comedian dirties it up for his late-evening Harrah’s berth, but “No Apologies” are required.
The pop icon’s Park Theater victory lap is beautiful but rote and cobbled together from previous shows.
The longtime locals favorite has structured his next South Point show as a memoir with a message.
Vegas performer Kevin Burke trained at the Ringling Bros. clown school and says even the city that helped kill “The Greatest Show on Earth” should lament its closing.
Whether the name Tenors of Rock sounds pretty awesome or pretty ridiculous, the new Harrah’s Las Vegas show baits a powerful trap. Rock-chick dancers on stripper poles and “Phantom’s” big “Music of the Night” song in the same show?
Diverse range of ages and skills come together and mingle in a casino ballroom when ‘America’s Got Talent’ auditions come to town.
Cirque du Soleil’s arena show is up to the company’s usual high standards, but the movie tie-in doesn’t add enough cinematic narrative.
The R&B singer brings 30 years worth of sultry hits to his Las Vegas showcase.
Rick Lax, who doesn’t even perform on the Strip, may be ‘most-viewed magician in history.’
The veteran rocker makes his House of Blues run seem like old home week, with favorites from the James Gang to his last solo album.
After a wave of show closings, new strategies emerge for marketing to millennials and last-minute buyers.
The big audience singalong? Or the sincere breakdown to float a lyric over a lone piano? With Bruno Mars it’s not a choice. It’s the same song.
The Strip may be realigning to focus on recurring concert “residencies” at the expense of Broadway musicals and production shows without big names in them.
Strange job seems normal to Thomas Austin, who grew up watching his dad on Las Vegas stages.
The New Year’s weekend closure of two Broadway-style shows will put nearly 90 actors and musicians out of work, but they still look to a bright future.
Sincerity or wry laughs await in the limited-run holiday shows from the Palazzo singer and the Flamingo comedy-magician.
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