The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is hosting an exhibit that shows how cultures from around the world celebrate holidays.
The nightclub operated by L.A. twins Mark and Jonnie Houston will celebrates its grand opening at The Park MGM on Dec. 28 with the after-party for Lady Gaga’s premiere of “Enigma” at neighboring Park Theater.
This years’ monetary goal is $455,551. The bicycle goal this year is 8,110, or enough to fill 32 Coca-Cola semi-trailers.
Chris Phillips of Zowie Bowie says the two seminal moments of his life were delivered by the mismatched tandem of Tony Orlando and David Lee Roth.
The Smith Center isn’t the only spot in the valley undergoing a seasonal transformation. Here’s a sampling of other events, activities and parties that will make the holidays come alive.
The National Atomic Testing Museum was opened in Las Vegas in March 2005 by the Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation.
“Salt-N-Pepa’s I Love the ‘90s — The Vegas Show” has canceled 10 of its shows at Paris Theater from Dec. 6-17.
“Fuerza Bruta” joins the long-running hit “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace, and the incoming “ Celestia ” at Stratosphere as production shows playing in tents on the Strip next year.
“I was super-nervous to the point of, ‘Is this really happening?’ ” dancer Briana Chance said. “I’m still on a high from it.”
Human Nature has been at the Venetian since 2013, and perform their annual holiday show — “Rockin’ Holiday Jukebox” — from Tuesday through Dec. 23.