O’Neal is bringing “Shaq’s Fun House” to Atlanta on Feb. 1 with a little bit of everything, from the Migos, a Waffle House pop-up diner and a Ferris wheel to even Cirque Du Soleil featuring a special appearance by the NBA Hall of Famer himself.
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The immersive NFL attraction will debut in the fall of 2017, but Cirque says there is no plan to clone it on the Strip.
Rudy Ruettiger, the undersized underdog who walked on and played football for Notre Dame, talks about his quest to get the inspirational film “Rudy” made. He tells his story in a one-man show at The Smith Center.
If New Year’s Eve is the Strip’s biggest annual event, Super Bowl weekend runs a close second. But when the New York Giants and New England Patriots face off next weekend, don’t expect to find any Super Bowl parties on the Strip. Nada. Not one.
The big game is here. And for a lot of dudes, that’s not even the one on TV.