The Killers and Imagine Dragons are eager to participate in major concert event in the works to benefit the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund.
Dubbed “Matt Goss at The Mirage,” the series opens at 8 p.m. Dec. 2.
Adele is again the focus of reports out of Britain that she is to perform an extended engagement on the Strip. But reports out of Las Vegas, where the Strip is located, indicate say it’s not happening.
John Rich of Big & Rich says, “I will tell you, I’m sure there will be another Route 91 and I hope they invite us to play in it.”
The night’s total was boosted by Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White’s matching contribution for every singer.
Encore Theater’s comparative intimacy at 1,800 seats, and exclusivity — the six shows are Elvis Costello’s only booked dates for all of 2018 — should boost demand.
Ringo Starr has played several Vegas venues over the years, including the old Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel, Rio Pavilion, Mandalay Bay Beach, Pearl at the Palms and Reynolds Hall at the Smith Center.
The Strip’s newest arena and one of its lavishly appointed theaters will reportedly be the site where Las Vegas entertainers will coalesce to show strength and support following Oct. 1’s mass shooting on the Strip.
Country music star Eric Church, who headlined the first night of Route 91 Harvest country music festival on Friday, has dedicated the new song “Why Not Me” to victims of Sunday’s shootings at the Village on the Strip.
Look for the suddenly universal #VegasStrong message spinning around Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday in the Drive for the Cure 300