For all of Beyonce’s laudable ladies-first sermonizing and you-go-girl bravura, plenty of it feels perfunctory and, if not exactly disingenuous, not incredibly convincing, either.
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It’s a night of bands you hear at weddings. “Mark & Mercedes’ Not So Silent Night” features headliner The Fray, Gavin DeGraw, Five For Fighting and Offset Season.
We’re not sure how Here Come the Mummies actually came to be, but the costumed funk octet kicks out fierce ’70s-style grooves while dressed like King Tut’s corpse.
Winchester hosts Hawaiian concert: Hawaiian transplants like to call Las Vegas “the Ninth Island,” thanks to all the Aloha State natives who now make their homes in Southern Nevada.
The nightclub scene is slowing down for the coming December chill. But you can still see some serious stars in clubs this week, including Markus Schulz at Marquee in The Cosmopolitan.
Meet Aidan Te Puke, who performs in “Thunder From Down Under.” He was raised in New Zealand and Australia, and remembers performing Maori dances as early as age 5.
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. At least at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, where six holiday-themed programs celebrate the season in song.
Santa Claus is invited for breakfast at Life Time Athletic Summerlin next weekend, and so are local kids and their parents. T
If more people aren’t singing to cowboys this National Finals Rodeo week, Clay Walker says it “may be because there aren’t many cowboy singers anymore.”
The 37th Annual Christmas Parade of Lights is scheduled to set sail at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Las Vegas Boat Harbor and Lake Mead Marina Complex in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
You have to admire the ambition of “Bonnie & Clyde” (9 p.m. Sunday and Monday), the miniseries that’s taking over Lifetime, History and A&E.
What: “Out of the Furnace”