Rock legend Billy Gibbons says of his bike ride on the Strip, “We will not have the chance to do this much longer.”
“Absinthe” producer Ross Mollsison says, “When Caesars said that they wanted to do a television commercial that indicates Vegas is really ready to open, I said, ‘I’ll plug the tree in.’ ”
An MGM Resorts spokeswoman said, “MGM Resorts is updating many of our offerings as we prepare to welcome guests back, and that includes implementing free parking.”
Roy Horn arrived in style, as always, wearing a loose-fitting white tie bearing the SARMOTI and tiger logo in 2015.
Penn Jillette says, “These are tricks you can do at your home to amuse, or annoy, your friends and family.”
Mr. Las Vegas headlined in Las Vegas for 61 years, but until Saturday never rode a bike on the Strip.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order recites Siegfried & Roy’s groundbreaking production, ambassadorship of the city and dedication to wildlife and endangered species.
Frankie Moreno says of The Amp in North Las Vegas, “I had never seen this place until a couple of weeks ago and I was totally blown away.”
Guy Laliberté says, “I am deciding whether or not I’m going to jump into that wrestling ring …”
Before the shutdown, “The Bachelor” came to town. Specifically, “The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart,” recorded in February at Park MGM and T-Mobile Arena.