“Extravaganza — The Las Vegas Spectacular” has avoided closing a second time during COVID.
The home where Tony Hsieh suffered life-ending injuries is owned by Rachael Brown, a longtime Zappos employee and well-known Vegas cellist.
Andrew Dice Clay returns to the Vegas stage at Laugh Factory at the Tropicana.
“Absinthe” is among some shows trying to remain open in the Nevada governor’s latest COVID directive.
Mat Franco says of his plans to return to Linq Hotel: “We’re making changes as changes are happening around us.”
Brad Garrett commonly explains his offensive humor is simply his act, which occasionally strays from the stage.
“Rat Pack Is Back” headlined several Vegas venues until moving to Tuscany five years ago.
Michael Jackson tribute artists Jalles Franca and Santana Jackson are not masked per pandemic directives, but they’ll wear the glove.
Reverend Horton Heat set guitars and heart rates racing in unison at the first rock show in a Las Vegas concert club from a national touring act since March.
David Copperfield owns the largest collection of Houdini artifacts in the world. He’s being honored with his hero in December.