On Sept. 7, 1996, a white or cream-colored Cadillac pulled up alongside a newer model black BMW at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane in Las Vegas.
Retired stewardess Sonnie Sims recalls, “We got to the stadium, and the gate was locked, and the Beatles couldn’t get in.”
A medley of the theme for HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and the song “Winter Is Here” from the show premiered at Bellagio Fountains water show on the Las Vegas Strip.
Tents come and go in Las Vegas. But occasionally they don’t leave and serve as harbingers of long-running Strip productions.
Drake told a wild crowd at Wynn Las Vegas, “I’ll be back here at XS all year. You’ll have a lotta chances to see me.”
Derek Stevens is a Las Vegas pioneer of today. It’s a role he so relishes and accepts that the announcement of the name of his new Fremont Street resort, Circa, was peppered with references to the pioneers of the past.
The club welcomed more than 600 CES attendees, offering a free drinks — up to $18 (with Strip prices in full effect) — for the first 500 to enter the club.
The Thriller Villa in Las Vegas was not only home to Michael Jackson, but now houses the Liberace Museum collection.
Celine Dion’s and unprecedented critical and box office success helped initiate the superstar residency production shows that dominate the Las Vegas entertainment scene today.
Mason Ramsey, an 11-year-old from Illinois whose version of a Hank Williams classic has been watched more than 50 million times on YouTube and has spawned multiple remixes, is releasing his first album.