Barry Manilow called out Thursday, but is due back for Friday and Saturday night shows.
Rising comedy star Nikki Glaser shares an Aces in Comedy lineup with such established Strip headliners as David Spade and Ray Romano, Ron White, George Lopez, Tim Allen and Daniel Tosh.
Rick Harrison of “Pawn Stars” says of his ill-fated concept, “I wanted to talk to the gardeners, the housekeepers, the curator of all the historical items around the White House.”
Sean E. Cooper is a top-line comic who has brought the funny to “Fantasy” for 18 years.
Named for Smith Center president Myron Martin, Cabaret Jazz has become the premier live entertainment destination for those who ply their craft in Las Vegas.
“Viva Las Vegas” is everywhere, still, in this city. Aerosmith played its version Saturday night.
For the second straight night the newly crowned Super Bowl champs partied at a Las Vegas Strip uber-nightclub, storming Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace.
CeeLo Green has cut his 16-show run to eight, saying, “Change can be unexpected and change is often inevitable.”
The LVCVA has just uncorked its new tourism campaign, “What Happens Here, Only Happens Here.” UNLV’s College of Fine Arts could make that phrase the subtitle of its 2020 Hall of Fame lineup.
Gwen Stefani has called out of her Friday night appearance at Zappos Theater. The show was to be a return to her “Just A Girl” residency at the Planet Hollywood venue.