The pop superstar returns to Las Vegas this weekend as one of the decade’s most successful female artists.
The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden, the current run of which will be on display through Jan. 4, is a magnet for holiday selfies.
“Wow” has run for 1,000 shows, and has lasted more than two years in a tiring, 30-year-old off-Strip hotel under an ownership change.
The Reggae Rise Up Vegas fest highlights local concert news along with upcoming shows on the Strip by the Dave Mathews Band and the Black Keys.
Joan Rivers lives! At least in “Legends in Concert” at Tropicana, where Frank Marino returns to the show for four performances Dec. 26-30.
Juice Wrld performed during the final day of Day N Vegas music festival on Nov. 3 at Las Vegas Festival Grounds. He was also in the lineup for the iHeartRadio Music Festival’s Day Stage, and at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Says Todd Rundgren of the Beatles “White Album”: “It’s not my favorite album in the Beatles’ canon. It might be my least-favorite album in the Beatles’ canon.”
They don’t make movie stars like John Wayne anymore, and an exhibition that opened today at South Point offers a few clues about why that is.
The stand-up special debuting Friday on the pay channel captures “80-85 percent” of the vibe of his local showcase, the veteran comedian says.
Las Vegas Strip headliner Mat Franco and his now-former production partner, Base Entertainment, have settled a 13-month legal dispute.