If you are still on the fence about going to see Pink tonight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, here are five good reasons to go.
The King of Country is retiring to his court. After decades as one of the top concert draws in any genre, George Strait is quitting the road following the completion of his current “The Cowboy Rides Away Tour.”
On the list of the “129 Greatest O.C. Bands of All Time” as compiled by the OC Weekly, blue-collar, business-minded punks Riotgun came in at No. 82, ahead of well-known bands like No Doubt, Lit and Save Ferris.
Of the current crop of female pop stars, Pink is so likable because she’s not afraid of being unlikable.
Costumed Swedish hard rockers Ghost haunt the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay on April 25, with King Dude. Tickets are $27 in advance, $30 day of show and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at the House of Blues box office, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South, and Ticketmaster outlets.
Everything is just a tad more rugged in Australia, where beer can be had in brick-sized cans and wild dogs snack on newborns — at least in Meryl Streep flicks. This goes double for the country’s leading metalcore export, Parkway Drive.
Wynn headliner Morgan Page is not only one of the world’s great DJ-musicians, he’s also the biggest tech master of them all, and he’s the most environmentally aware. Here is the perfect example of his green techiness: He drives a Tesla.
It’s Super Bowl weekend, so quite a few clubs will actually show the game on TVs. But Super Bowl weekend always brings hip-hop performers too. Look for Nas, Ludacris and Fabolous on this week’s nightclub/DJ forecast.
New entertainment complex plans to be more club, less concert hall in its bookings.
A preliminary toxicology report shows that Justin Bieber tested positive for marijuana and the anti-anxiety drug Xanax after his arrest last week in South Florida.