Already, several hours before showtime, the primal power of a killer voice set against a few well-chosen chords reveals itself outside the doors of Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel.
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Country superstar’s ritual return to arena barnstorming included solo-acoustic revisit to Las Vegas solo years.
In a Friday afternoon news conference before his debut in T-Mobile Arena, country superstar Garth Brooks announced that all six of his concerts in the arena through the July 4 weekend will be filmed.
The Rattler, a more than 360-foot long green and pink water slide at Wet N’ Wild, was recently ranked by the Travel Channel as being an “insane” water ride, along with six others across the country.
Our picks this week for movies, TV and streaming video include “The Shallows” and Discovery’s “Shark Week.”
Our music picks this week include Martin Garrix at Omnia and Sublime with Rome at Mandalay Bay Beach.
Our entertainment picks this week include Garth Brooks at T-Mobile Arena and comedian Jim Jefferies at The Mirage.
Our nightlife picks this week include Fat Joe and the Container Park Beer Festival.
This week’s list of options for budget-minded music fans includes Alan Six at the Dive and the Bunkhouse Saloon’s new bimonthly party, Rock N Rattlecan.
The immersive NFL attraction will debut in the fall of 2017, but Cirque says there is no plan to clone it on the Strip.
When the first preview of “Much Ado About Nothing” opens the festival next week, it will mark the debut of the Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre, part of Southern Utah University’s $38.6 million Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center.
The $8 million Southern Utah Museum of Art is set to open July 7 in the complex that houses the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s theaters.