Downtown Las Vegas Events Center has hosted more than 500 music shows, and nearly 100 viewing parties.
“Blanc de Blanc” is created by Australia’s independent Strut & Fret Production House, which has its hand in multiple touring productions, including “Blanc de Blanc Encore.”
“Seven Magic Tires,” created by Las Vegas artists Justin Favela and Ramiro Gomez, substitutes piles of tires for hefty boulders to create the scale model.
Def Leppard is a confident, capable and experienced band. For evidence, check out Phil Collen.
Others include Market in the Alley, a rally to oppose renaming of Debbie Reynolds Drive and a forum presented by Metro at The Mob Museum.
Whenever a major hotel-casino opened in Las Vegas, Cashman Photo would invariably begin working from the new resort.
New York Post’s Page Six reported Barry Manilow’s run at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre has been a “flop” because of sagging ticket sales.
Freed’s Bakery, a Las Vegas institution for 60 years, has announced plans to open a Freed’s Dessert Shop in Summerlin, with a grand opening in October.
The debut episode of reality TV series “Turquoise Fever,” set in the wilds of rural Tonopah, premieres Wednesday on the INSP Network.
Etta Baykara says when she got to Sin City and experienced her first show, she thought she’d ‘died and went to heaven.’