The wonders of nature will offer a pleasant addition to the music of the poetry when Clark County Poet Laureate Heather Lang-Cassera hosts a daylong poetry retreat.
Las Vegas Strip headliner David Copperfield has partnered with the All Hands All Hearts disaster relief organization in an effort dubbed Rebuild The Magic.
“Atomic Saloon Show” producer Ross Mollison says, “Reverend Peabody of course can perform weddings.”
Keith Urban can be to the Colosseum what George Strait is to T-Mobile Arena — a solo, country superstar anchor.
Imagine Dragons held their sixth annual TRF Gala at Wynn Las Vegas. About 880 supporters turned out for a record-setting night.
Effervescent as a bottle o’ bubbly, “Blanc” has opened at its customized, eponymous theater at the newly re-minted Sahara Las Vegas.
Author visually chronicles Las Vegas’ history using his own artifacts, Kodachromes he purchased at swap meets, and photos he uncovered in museum collections.
Chamber music, guitar series and theatrics included in the season’s 14-performance lineup.
The country superstar will be the first act to play the newly refurbished Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Friday and Saturday.
“Wicked” returns to The Smith Center and UNLV hosts a live music and film event with the Kronos Quartet in this week’s arts and leisure roundup.
Caesars Entertainment execs are extolling the general-admission area as a way to expand the venue’s appeal to more high-energy shows.
Also upcoming are First Friday, with theme ‘Into the Wild,’ an ’80s music event with several bands and extended Sunday brunch hours at Makers & Finders.
Gazillioniare says of Robin’s Nest, “I’ll be there from this Sunday, throwing down a Krug or 10 in his honor. We miss ya, baby.”
“O” opened Oct. 17, 1998, the first production show ever on the Strip to command a $100 ticket price.