In the Backstreet Boys’ swift-selling Strip residency, the guys have almost totally sold out Axis theater for shows this weekend — even as the theater has been opened to its full 6,200-seat capacity.
The relentlessly popular Backstreet Boys reached the ticket limit in a charity partnership with The Animal Foundation in just three hours.
eff Dunham has Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Jose Jalapeno on a stick and his other ventriloquist dolls, Piff the Magic Dragon conjures up magic with deadpan comedy at The Flamingo. Kathleen Madigan proves it’s not just a man’s world with her funny stuff at The Mirage.
The talented entertainers who grace our stages in Las Vegas help draw in hundreds of thousands of tourists each year but some of their most enthusiastic and noisiest of fans are our local children who get to meet the stars through the Smith Center’s various education and outreach programs.
When multitalented Frankie Moreno takes to the stage twice weekly downtown at the Golden Nugget neither he nor his band knows exactly what they’re going to play. But that’s not even the most dangerous part of his performance. Frankie is determined to turn the experience of listening and watching him into an unexpected and unscripted party — and, yet, don’t expect tunes or songs you even know.
A new restaurant, Charlie’s Bar & Grill, is named after longtime Steve Wynn friend and casino host Charlie Meyerson.
Starting from scratch the new 31st NHL team our Vegas Golden Knightsbridge are off to a great start three months before their very first game.
Producer and choreographer Nannette Barbera celebrates her “Solid Gold Soul” show at Bally’s. A second version will open next month in Reno after she opens the new “ICandy” show there with Baywatch beauty Angelica Bridges, who will move it here to the Strip in August.
Las Vegas freelance photographer and avid Golden Knights fan Shawn Hickey donned a suit of armor during the NHL Expansion Draft on Wednesday.
“This city has a great hockey foundation and we’re really excited about hockey coming to Las Vegas,” Wayne Gretzky said. “This is tremendous organization. (Las Vegas Knights General Manager) George McPhee has done a tremendous job putting the team together. They are going to surprise a lot of people this year. As Nashville showed, if you finish in the top eight, anything can happen.”