This will come as a shock to you 20-somethings who are familiar only with DJs like Calvin Harris, but there are these other things in the world known as “bands,” composed of several musicians who play something called “live music.”
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Finished the shopping? Break out the Bushmills, Jameson, Black Bush and Paddys and party along to “Christmas with The Celts.” (Haven’t started yet? Seems it could wait another day.)
Spunky pop star Pink headlines the MGM Grand Garden arena on Jan. 31. Tickets are $59.50, $99.50 and $149.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets.
Shania Twain may look back, but she doesn’t look down. At least not when she’s on an airborne motorcycle, making the grandest of entries by descending about 40 feet to the stage of the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
If Frank Sinatra was still around and looking for songs to cover, would he croon Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”? If our only gauge is Michael Buble, then the answer is yes.
The Latin Grammys returns to the Mandalay Bay Events Center on Thursday for its fifth consecutive year and sixth overall. Tickets to the 5 p.m. live event were expected to be sold out.
Pop tart Miley Cyrus comes to the MGM Grand Garden arena on March 1. Tickets are $60.50 and $90.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets.
This year’s “Soul Train Awards” will originate from Las Vegas for the second year in a row, but most locals will watch the show where they are used to seeing it: on TV.