Las Vegas has won its first Grammy. The music industry’s pre-eminent annual awards show is coming to MGM Grand Garden.
Santana Jackson made sure his assailant was “HIStory” in Fremont Street fight.
‘The King’ has been consistently depicted on the Strip in a ticketed production show since at least 1978, but there is no longer any Elvis Presley tribute on the Strip and, at the moment, none at all anywhere in the city.
“Sammy Hagar and Friends” will have fewer friends, but same rock vibe, at The Strat Theater.
Rob Garrett has seen Neil Diamond’s first shows at Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, and Diamond’s sendoff at MGM Grand in 2020.
Frank Marino is back in “Legends in Concert” with a cast of superstar headliner tributes.
The R&B star crossed a roped-off barrier at a resort and started throwing punches early Tuesday morning.
Citing market ticket-buying fluctuation, “Love” at the Mirage is down through Jan. 11.
Guitar great Rick Nielsen remembers when the words “cheap trick” were not welcome on the Strip.
Usher parked it with “Backstory Pass,” while Carrie Underwood summoned high tide at Resorts World.