There’s no place like home for the holidays. And for everyone from Strip veterans to Las Vegas Philharmonic musicians, “home” means The Smith Center.
The daily schedules for the Life Is Beautiful music, food and arts festival have been announced.
The Henderson Symphony Orchestra is set to kick off its 2014-15 season with a diverse collection of performances.
More than 35 artists from around the world — and around Las Vegas — will converge on downtown Las Vegas to create works during October’s second annual Life Is Beautiful Festival.
The Tony-winning musical “Kinky Boots,” which began a 10-day run Thursday night at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, launches its yearlong national tour from Vegas.
This year’s Burning Man festival attracts a peak crowd of almost 66,000 on its final day. Only about half of whom now remember being there at all.
Las Vegas residents who were present during the Beatles’ trip to town in 1964 all have memories of what they saw. Here are a few accounts:
Michael Cavanaugh, the Tony- and Grammy-nominated musical star “Movin’ Out,” returns to The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz Friday and Saturday, headlining a salute to Billy Joel and Elton John.
Marisa Johnson has a music room in her northwest Las Vegas apartment, complete with sound system. Many nights, she sings “all night — till 4 in the morning.” Yet no one complains.
When you hear the phrase “Vegas night life,” you probably don’t think of kangaroo rats, scorpions and pocket gophers. Unless, of course, you’re exploring the “Vegas Night Life” animal show at the Springs Preserve.