In its seventh year, Life is Beautiful’s lineup abounded with art, experiences and performances, both traditional and new.
Retired stewardess Sonnie Sims recalls, “We got to the stadium, and the gate was locked, and the Beatles couldn’t get in.”
The downtown Las Vegas festival’s head of music and live performances, Craig Asher Nyman has been with Life is Beautiful from the get-go.
A medley of the theme for HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and the song “Winter Is Here” from the show premiered at Bellagio Fountains water show on the Las Vegas Strip.
The club welcomed more than 600 CES attendees, offering a free drinks — up to $18 (with Strip prices in full effect) — for the first 500 to enter the club.
You have no idea what you’ll be doing come October. Allow us to inform you. Here’s a breakdown of some of the most anticipated entertainment options of 2019, month by month, from concerts to movies to TV and more.
Lacey Huszcza, the newly appointed executive director of the Las Vegas Philharmonic, is the type of musician who loves to play but hates to practice.
The Thriller Villa in Las Vegas was not only home to Michael Jackson, but now houses the Liberace Museum collection.
A famous thespian’s live singing debut and some killer guitarists highlight Life is Beautiful’s second day.
Dion is suffering from a condition known as Patulous Eustchian tube, and she will need minor surgery to repair the problem.