Wynn Las Vegas aquatic revue adds new sequence with fire and water cannons reminiscent of the Bellagio fountains.
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Imagine Dragons will perform a concert in their hometown of Vegas, to raise money for a kids cancer charity the band started.
You’ll be able to get Lucky — or at least Lucky Foo’s — if the restaurant opens as expected on Sunday at 8955 S. Eastern Ave.
Arthur Miller’s “The American Clock” is an ambitious choice for young actors to tackle. But the Las Vegas Academy cast is so focused and mature that it’s hard to believe it’s made up of high school students.
In what one wishes would become a Las Vegas holiday tradition, the UNLV Opera Theater presented two charming children’s operas at the Paul Harris Theater on campus: “Little Red Riding Hood” by Seymour Barab and “L’Enfant et les Sortileges,” or “The Bewitched Child,” by Maurice Ravel with a libretto by Colette.
Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “How I Learned to Drive” has been produced with elaborate sets, colorful backdrops and real cars on the stage. But, when all other elements are in place, it’s fairly amazing what can be done on a bare stage with four chairs, two tables and a bed.
Classic-rock tribute tightens its focus in move to Tropicana, but still resurrects the era’s sounds and wardrobe with absolute conviction.
Comic magicians Murray SawChuck and Mac King will compete almost head-to-head when Murray moves into a Planet Hollywood Resort venue next month.
See how many mistakes you can spot just in the first shot of the Strip in this preview of April’s “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.”
Vocal trio moves away from R&B ballads and pickup guitars in wide-reaching attempt to expand sound and audience.
The Maloof family has been quietly laying the groundwork to get back in the game for more than a year.
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The espresso-infused pancakes with chocolate whipped cream, and the strawberry-shortcake French toast were awfully tempting, but we also were intrigued by the Korean-fusion breakfasts at Kailyn’s Diner. And for good reason, because they were fusion at its finest.
Arts events around town include theater (“The Sea Gull,” “Foxfinder”), concerts (UNLV opera and guitar series), comedy (Kinsey Sicks at The Smith Center) and more.
Bigger is better. Most of the time, especially in Las Vegas, that philosophy prevails. But starting Nov. 14 at Bellagio’s Gallery of Fine Art, “Faberge Revealed” begins a six-month run, showcasing more than 200 bejeweled treasures, most of which are only a few inches tall.
Chris Brown headlines the Mandalay Bay Events Center on March 7, with Trey Songz featuring Tyga.
See Hawaiian R&B-reggae singer Irie Love, “hillbilly jazz” troupe The All-Togethers and others for free.
Death From Above 1979 return with their first album in a decade.
The comedy rock quintet, which features Macaulay Culkin, parodies The Velvet Underground.
Oscar winner back to sing at Red Rock Resort, where shows last summer became a live album.
Daniel Boulud will lead the Brasserie Bash this weekend at his DB Brasserie at the Venetian. Other events include more than 30 food trucks, plus toilet seat horseshoe and other “Redneck Games,” at Sunset Park’d on Saturday.
The “Fame” actor had given up performing to teach, but he says “Celebrity Idols” will allow him to do both.
“Duck Dynasty” musical isn’t a signed deal, but Rio will have room for it. “Rat Pack” and Michael Jackson tribute will vacate Rio at year’s end, lending credence to report of musical ‘Dynasty’ bio.