For 25 years, Megan Belk’s family has touched the Las Vegas entertainment community in myriad ways.
Frankie Moreno says of The Amp in North Las Vegas, “I had never seen this place until a couple of weeks ago and I was totally blown away.”
Before the shutdown, “The Bachelor” came to town. Specifically, “The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart,” recorded in February at Park MGM and T-Mobile Arena.
After being called out by Axl Rose, the treasury secretary responded, “What have you done for the country lately?” with a Liberian flag emoji.
Entertainment exec Mark Prows said he cried at the news, but he added “my job does not define who I am.”
Cirque exec Pien Koopman says, “We have beautiful content that has never been seen from a show that has been going on since 2013.”
MGM Resorts International shows will remain dark at least until July 1, with the company saying, “We will continue to share information about our plans for re-opening as they become available. Until then, please stay safe.”
Raiders owner Mark Davis said of his $25,000 donation: “Every little bit helps. Vegas strong, baby!”
“House of Dancing Water” in Macau offers a glimpse into reopening a live entertainment venue.
Ex-MGM Resorts and Wynn Las Vegas exec Sean Christie says of his new venture, “I think that companies are going to need companies like mine to create content and create ‘wow.’”