Ru Paul says the new show is “an immersive, interactive thrill-ride.”
Effervescent as a bottle o’ bubbly, “Blanc” has opened at its customized, eponymous theater at the newly re-minted Sahara Las Vegas.
On Sept. 7, 1996, a white or cream-colored Cadillac pulled up alongside a newer model black BMW at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane in Las Vegas.
The Palms is advancing its design of its club haven in a massive way with Kaos Dome: a see-through cover high above the Kaos pools area, connected to Kaos Nightclub.
Aerosmith returns to Las Vegas Jan. 29 and has booked 15 dates through June 4 at Park Theater.
Caesars Entertainment execs are extolling the general-admission area as a way to expand the venue’s appeal to more high-energy shows.
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.
Jen Kramer, a Yale graduate, is the only female headliner among more than 20 magic/mentalist/hypnotist productions currently running in Las Vegas.
A California Highway Patrol collision report says the 40-year-old Hart was a passenger in a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda that went off Mulholland Highway.
Dionne Warwick’s residency continues Caesars Entertainment’s vision to turn Cleopatra’s Barge into a small showroom.
Tommy Wind is back in residency at Night Owl Showroom with “Amazing Magic Starring Tommy Wind” at Hooters/OYO Hotel Casino beginning at 3 p.m. Oct. 24.
The new entrepreneur saved her money while living at the Strat from 2013-17, when she was the star of “Pin Up.”
The 12-foot-tall Philippe Starck-designed metal duck at the Sahara pool is headed for Reno.