The debut of “Love” was highly anticipated, to put it mildly. The theater had been dark for nearly three years, and a couple of Beatles were in the house.
Roy Horn, of the groundbreaking Las Vegas entertainment team Siegfried & Roy, has died at 75 from complications related to COVID-19.
After being called out by Axl Rose, the treasury secretary responded, “What have you done for the country lately?” with a Liberian flag emoji.
When Marie Osmond and Tedy Bruschi responded to “A Night Of Hope” requests, pastor Jud Wilhite says, “I was dancing around the room.”
MGM Resorts has terminated positions heading up esports, marketing and advertising.
The VECC includes reps from Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas Ballpark, T-Mobile Arena and MGM Resorts arenas.
Entertainment exec Mark Prows said he cried at the news, but he added “my job does not define who I am.”
Def Leppard, Motley Crue, Poison and Joan Jett scheduled to kick off tour on June 18 in Nashville.
MGM Resorts International has reportedly laid off several high-level executives in sweeping moves Friday, including a quartet of hotel presidents.
Cirque exec Pien Koopman says, “We have beautiful content that has never been seen from a show that has been going on since 2013.”