During the past week in Las Vegas, on five consecutive nights, there was not an empty seat at T-Mobile Arena or Reynolds Hall.
Welcome to Andrew Schoultz’s world.
Whenever Dane Cook’s phone flashes with an “Out Of Area” caller ID message, he feels a little pain in his heart.
Dan Reynolds and Imagine Dragons bandmates Daniel Platzman, Wayne Sermon and Ben McKee rocked T-Mobile Arena with a pregame performance of “Whatever It Takes” before Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.
But “Hamilton” at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is a close second. The Tony Award-winning musical, which is almost sold out, launched a monthlong Las Vegas run Tuesday.
Well, we can safely say that Roseanne Barr has thwarted — at least temporarily — her remarkable comedy revival.
Gladys Knight says she is “proud to be an original Knight” in Las Vegas.
Even in a city known for staging massive events, they’re two of the hottest tickets in years.
The concert is free and open to the public, including fans who don’t hold tickets to Monday’s series opener.