Green Day could park it here for a dozen shows or so, no problem.
The fall season starts this week, and there are plenty of unique premises to go around.
A live-action “Star Wars” series and the returns of “Friends” and “The Office” are among the most-anticipated fare.
The Area 15 director of cool (stuff) spun the story of aliens trekking to Area 15 after being “rescued” from the original “ Alienstock” and “Storm Area 51” events.
“Ah, man, it’s absolutely surreal,” Roberts said about an hour before the Bud Light Area 51 Celebration in the core of downtown Las Vegas.
Smokey Robinson is back at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas on Friday and Saturday nights. At age 79, Robinson still finds joy in performing his hits for a live audience.
In the made-for-Vegas story line, Emily Simpson asked Jennifer Romas and Westgate officials if she could dance in the topless revue “Sexxy.”
Paul Oakenfold sparked the current DJ-in-residency culture in Las Vegas with his “Planet Perfecto” series at Rain at the Palms.
Expect the requisite complement of Las Vegas-related superstars, and also a record turnout for the Daytime Stage on Saturday at Las Vegas Festival Grounds.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is named in a $60 million lawsuit filed in the notorious Kevin Hart sex-video scandal from September 2017.