The “Rose. Rabbit. Lie” alum headlines the “So You Think You Can Dance” tour stop at The Smith Center.
Also, Paul Anka crooning Sinatra, reserve spots now for a punk rock pizza party on Dec. 1 and LGBTQ Senior Thanksgiving dinner.
The Nevada Museum of Art, Las Vegas, may ultimately find an alternative site via ongoing talks with the city but organizers are also interested in the nearby Clark County government center campus.
Continuing the recent trend in the Las Vegas Valley, patrons now have to pay to park to attend events at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in downtown.
For Southern Nevadans, a red-letter day arrives Saturday when the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival — a free event — runs from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Clark County Library.
Tim Burton’s art exhibit at The Neon Museum in Las Vegas is finally open. It features more than 40 digital and sculptural works by the filmmaker.
When Tim Burton visited Las Vegas as a child, he remembers being awestruck by the three giant sea horses that jutted out of the swimming pool at The Dunes hotel.
“A Choreographers’ Showcase” is an annual show that challenge performers to direct and produce a show of original material.
When Area15 opens early next year, it will be the home to an immersive art installation, virtual reality experience, arcade gaming, and now, an axe-throwing venue.
Thousands of origami Japanese maple leaves billow above the Aria’s main lobby to celebrate the turn of the season.