Amazon Web Services kicked off its annual re:Invent conference earlier this week here in Las Vegas, and last night, organizers threw a huge party for attendees in the shadow of the High Roller.
With the temperature hitting 101 degrees in the Las Vegas Valley on Sunday, the third day of the Life is Beautiful music festival showed no signs of cooling off. For more coverage, including stories and photos, go to reviewjournal.com/music.
If you are Bob Dylan’s biggest fan, this just might be the holiday home for you. The famous “big pink” house — the place where Dylan and The Band recorded the “Basement Tapes” in 1967 — is now available as a vacation rental property.
Against another day of 100-degree weather, festival attendees of Electric Daisy Carnival hit the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday for the final night of 2015.
Festival-goers have arrived dressed in their neon candy beads and have filled the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a weekend full of electronic dance music.
For decades, nobody wanted to have this conversation. But incidents outside the speedway are impossible to ignore, and the promoters of the Electric Daisy Carnival now are leading the conversation.
Don’t have a ticket for the Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway? Don’t worry. The producer announces a full schedule of pool parties and club nights at the venues on the Las Vegas Strip during that week.
It seems that more and more restaurants in the valley, from celebrity-chef spotlights to mom-and-pops, are offering live music these days.
With headliners like Kelly Clarkson, Chris Brown, Nick Jonas, Nicki Minaj and David Guetta, the iHeart Radio Summer Pool Party had plenty to offer fans at Caesars Palace on Saturday night.
The 17th annual Gumball 3000 rally ended Friday night as cars rolled into MGM Resorts Village after a a seven-day, transcontinental driving tour from Stockholm to Las Vegas.