In a piece of acrobatics maneuver as impressive as one of its productions, worthy of the company’s stage shows, Cirque du Soleil hit three major milestones recently: “O” at Bellagio celebrated its 9,000th performance; “Ka” celebrated No. 6,000 at the MGM Grand, and “Michael Jackson One” notched No. 2,000 at Mandalay Bay.
Conor McGregor took to the VIP terrace of Encore Beach Club and addressed a sold-out crowd: “It didn’t turn out the way we wanted, but we can still party like it did!”
Joel McHale jabbed at Mac Reynolds, Paul Shaffer joined Imagine Dragons for “Stand By Me,” and Martin Short dove into Cleopatra’s Barge on Friday night at Caesars Palace.
Legendary entertainer Jerry Lewis is to be honored today at 7:49 p.m. with an 11-minute video tribute on prominent Las Vegas marquees.
It took many years, and many working hours, to genuinely understand and appreciate Jerry Lewis. I covered his final two years of the MDA Labor Day Telethon in 2009 and 2010, though we hadn’t realized then they would be his final two years.
The video shows the band in a boxing ring set up in the desert, with cutaway clips of the two combatants, showgirls, bikini-clad ladies on beach chairs, and shirtless actor Jake Hunter next to an old RV.
The 4,000 or so attendees at the Aid for AIDS of Nevada (AFAN) Black & White Party know how to misbehave. The dress code for this shindig should be, “Thongs Optional.”
In his residency at Flamingo Las Vegas, Richard Marx strums his guitar and plays piano through his many hits.
Barry Manilow headlined the Las Vegas Hilton and Paris Las Vegas from 2004-2012.
Cementing their affiliation with the city, Human Nature has signed on to perform its “Jukebox” show through March 2019.