Video engineering and Clark County permitting delays have forced the star and creator of “Criss Angel Mindfreak” to delay the opening of the production show at Planet Hollywood.
On The Record is helping usher in a new era in beverage distribution. If it takes hold, those who sling drinks might find themselves on the side of Strip hotels, alongside such DJ headliners as Tiesto, The Chainsmokers and Calvin Harris.
O’Neal is bringing “Shaq’s Fun House” to Atlanta on Feb. 1 with a little bit of everything, from the Migos, a Waffle House pop-up diner and a Ferris wheel to even Cirque Du Soleil featuring a special appearance by the NBA Hall of Famer himself.
“She can sing, and she can act, too, we found that out,” Eddie Griffin said of Lady Gaga. “I predict she’s going to win the Golden Globe, and I’m predicting she’ll win the Oscar, too.”
Kathie Lee Gifford will put aside her morning glass of wine and step away from NBC’s “Today” show in April.
The Bronx Wanderers’ very name indicates movement. And the popular family act is on the move, hauling out of Windows Showroom at Bally’s and into the Linq Hotel’s Mat Franco Theater in January.
Imagine Dragons is a rock band, not a marching band. But the musicians from Las Vegas are performing during the halftime show of the College Football Playoff National Championship on Jan. 7.
The top-selling duo in rock history and an icon of Woodstock are returning to the Strip in the spring.