Led by vocalists Steve Judkins and LaShonda Reese, Mayfair’s production showed no signs of rust.
MGM Resorts acting CEO Bill Hornbuckle is practicing patience when outlining the return of live entertainment in his company.
The D Las Vegas and the Golden Gate seemed as busy as usual for a weeknight. The Golden Nugget maybe a little less so. But there was activity for hours in all the casinos.
The D co-owner Derek Stevens says, “I think what we’ve seen in room bookings, it’s going to come back a little bit quicker than we thought.”
Zak Bagans says of his reopening, “I added some new exhibits that are really going to blow people away.”
Most of Circus Circus’ well-known amenities, aside from its buffet, are returning.
The Excalibur will be the next MGM Resorts property to reopen, on June 11, according to a hotel spokesman.
The Mob Museum, not an easy sell when its opening was announced a decade ago, continues to show its resiliency.
“Look at me, Dana,” John Oliver said in a string of UFC name suggestions. “Why didn’t you just call it UF-SEA? It’s perfect.”
At one point the crowd faced off with a line of patrolmen at the edge of the blocked-off Fremont Street Experience.