Las Vegas Philharmonic conductor Donato Cabrera wants to expand the symphony’s scope and scale. He doesn’t have to look far.
Danny Gans was the first star headliner to command a $100 (well, $99) ticket in his days at the Rio
Tim Burton’s first stateside art exhibition in nearly a decade, “Lost Vegas,” opens Tuesday at the Neon Museum.
Other upcoming downtown events include a movie at Burlesque Hall of Fame and the Philharmonic’s collaboration with local musicians.
The Composers Showcase of Las Vegas, a celebration of original music created by Las Vegas artists, moves to The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall on Saturday.
“We don’t worry about the passage of time very much. We are fortunate because we play music that is not faddish,” Don Henley once said.
In a story you really can’t script, an Aerosmith fan named Barbie Dahl has Steven Tyler’s customized Vegas Strong T-shirt.
Writing of the monumental performance, I had mentioned the Vegas Strong shirt should be presented at Aerosmith’s museum at Park Theater. But we need the shirt back.
Nevada Ballet Theatre and Cirque du Soleil will stage their annual dance collaboration this weekend and next at Treasure Island.
Paula Abdul is being celebrated at the inaugural Nevada Equality Awards at Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club on Nov. 6.