Terry Bradshaw says of his revived stage show at Luxor, “It’ll be an immaculate reception of entertainment.”
Dennis Rodman spent two days during the 1998 NBA Finals in Las Vegas. Predictably, it was a party.
Cirque had been prepping for an October return of “Ka,” to fill out its schedule. COVID has other ideas.
Marc Savard is not all smiles over the return of face covers at his Las Vegas Strip hypnosis show.
You might not know Liberty Loft at New York-New York, but several Vegas entertainers do. One is Terry Fator.
Bronx Wanderers have hopscotched around Las Vegas since arriving in 2016, but have a home at the Westgate.
Dave Chappelle hit Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas after Friday’s show at MGM Grand Garden. He performed again, on piano.
Of the show he brought to the stage in 1998, Franco Dragone said, “What they do is so very difficult, and maybe when people are watching, they don’t realize this.”
Sammy Hagar says of his show at The Strat, “We’ll start with six, seven Van Halen songs, a couple of Montrose tracks, a Led Zeppelin songs … We’ll mix it up pretty good.”
Rod Stewart celebrates his 10th anniversary upon his return to the Colosseum, having launched the series in August 2011.