Country superstar’s ritual return to arena barnstorming included solo-acoustic revisit to Las Vegas solo years.
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No one gets rich, but “Country Superstars” and “Evil Dead” musical find fans and brand recognition in the shadow of the big shows.
Our entertainment picks this week include Garth Brooks at T-Mobile Arena and comedian Jim Jefferies at The Mirage.
The immersive NFL attraction will debut in the fall of 2017, but Cirque says there is no plan to clone it on the Strip.
“We used to play old men; now we are old men. We don’t have to play it anymore; we just have to speak,” says 69-year-old Cheech Marin, who performs with comedy partner Tommy Chong on Friday at Treasure Island.
Whatever you call the young format of his “bio-show,” “Mr. Las Vegas” makes it look easy.
“Hamilton” should keep Strip properties interested, but The Smith Center has become an effective host for most Broadway musicals.
Our entertainment picks this week include George Clinton and the “International Masters of Mindreading.”
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus had a big hole to fill when their elephants retired to Florida. The tigers are still around and so are camels and dogs.
The annual fundraiser for AIDS relief had to evolve with Las Vegas’ show community.
The troupe behind pop ‘mash-up’ musicals, including an upcoming one at the Palazzo, inks a deal to stage live musicals on ABC.
Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher are excited to have their co-headline tour play in a nontraditional venue, Beauty Bar.
Our entertainment picks this week include Golden Rainbow’s “Ribbon of Life” benefit show and Junefest.
“Jersey Boys,” the hit musical bio of the Four Seasons, lasted eight years on the Strip, longer than any other Broadway transplant.
Frederic Apcar Jr.’s latest show is the Reggae in the Desert festival, set for Saturday at the Clark County Amphitheater. He talks with us in this week’s Vegas Voices Q&A.
Post-“Mike & Molly,” the comedian heads to Memphis to play Elvis’ manager in an upcoming TV miniseries.
Our entertainment picks this week include Jeff Dunham and Michael McDonald.
If the “Mindfreak Live” reboot is the show he should have opened in 2008, Criss Angel says he has at least put the “lessons I’ve learned” to work.
The “America’s Got Talent” winner displays a mastery of the craft, but not yet a distinctive niche, in his promising Planet Hollywood showcase “Mouthing Off.”
The Strip resort’s second floor is getting crowded with “Crazy Girls,” comics and magicians.
Our picks for entertainment this week include Gabriel Iglesias’s stand-up and the bluesy rock of Eric Burdon and the Animals.
‘Digging deep’ into his own life for material doesn’t stop the comic actor from working on a Trump impression.
The iconic act’s qualified farewell tour visits Sunday, but the band’s already booked for the big classic-rock Desert Trip festival in California.
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