NASCAR weekend, the Dave Matthews Band and a documentary about the Historic Westside top the entertainment lineup for the week of March 1-7.
It’s official: “MJ Live” is moving to Sahara, and Purple Reign to V Theater at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood as the Tropicana nears its closing date.
With Kelly Curran’s departure, the parking of Sky 3 ends Channel 3’s 34-year run of sending helicopters over Southern Nevada.
The 10-musical season also includes touring versions of current Broadway hits “Back to the Future: The Musical,” “& Juliet” and “Kimberly Akimbo.”
13-time Grammy winner Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, who has produced hits for everyone from Whitney Houston to Boyz II Men, will play six dates starting this spring
Chicago’s 50-show run at The Venetian Theatre reflects the venue’s post-“Phantom” dexterity.
The Rialcris balancing act from “Rouge” is being featured next week on “Live With Kelly and Mark” from Fontainebleau.
“Drumline Live,” a touring production inspired the 2002 movie that helped bring HBCU band culture to the mainstream, comes to The Smith Center next week.
Bad Bunny, the Sin City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence charity event and the Harlem Globetrotters top the lineup for the week of Feb. 23-29.
The “America’s Got Talent” winner has perfomed at various MGM Resorts venues for the past 15 years, most recently at New York-New York’s Liberty Loft.
Lady Gaga has most recently performed her hot-selling “Jazz + Piano” show in October, though she also led a version of it at Mark Davis’ Super Bowl party.
The move to Luxor gives House of Shattered prisms a chance to break through on the Strip. The company describes its shows as, “One Enigmatic Venue, Two Epic Adventures.”
Owner Noel Bowman is hoping to keep the legacy of intimate, live performances relevant on the Las Vegas Strip as superstar headliners have moved in.
Christina Aguilera’s production at Voltaire at The Venetian is aptly described as “intimate.” But the pop superstar is taking it down a notch with her latest Vegas venture.