Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden is becoming something of a scenester in our city, further expanding our civic image.
For the second straight night the newly crowned Super Bowl champs partied at a Las Vegas Strip uber-nightclub, storming Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira infused the Super Bowl halftime show with an exuberance and joy that celebrated their Latina heritage.
Torrential rains in Miami overshadowed rapper Post Malone’s pre-Super Bowl show, ultimately shutting down the red carpet and delaying his set until the early morning hours of Saturday. Nearby, the weather forced Harry Styles to cancel his show.
Silversage’s anthemic, adrenalized track “All the Way” won’t be a part of the TV broadcast but will be played during the game.
From the red carpet to the main stage, sadness loomed over music’s biggest night Sunday at the arena in downtown Los Angeles where Kobe Bryant played for 20 years for the city’s NBA team.
Floyd Mayweather posted, “No disrespect to anyone but I did these numbers really in 5 years due to a couple of layoffs and with NO endorsements …”
If it wasn’t clear to this point, it is now: The Golden Knights are celebrities. Just ask Mariah Carey.
The country superstar will perform his first headlining concerts in Las Vegas since the Oct. 1, 2017, massacre at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Old Dominion, Shania Twain, George Strait are among the artists hitting town during the 10-day event at the Thomas & Mack Center.