“R.U.N” is the title and overarching theme of the new Cirque show opening at Luxor’s newly named R.U.N Theater on Oct. 24.
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How far can $20 take you in Las Vegas? Concert-booking behemoth Live Nation is about to find out.
The event was remarkable as a Luxor/MGM Resorts act supported a Planet Hollywood/Caesars Entertainment headlining residency.
Once a sellout performer at Golden Nugget and Sahara, A.J. today can’t perform a full show, leaning (sometimes literally) on his stage assistant and wife, Anastasia Synn, herself a top-level performer.
“We would like to have done this a couple of months from now, but everyone was in good spirits,” Palms General Manager Jon Gray said of the Golden Knights’ team party Thursday.
On performing while pregnant, Alanis Morrissette says, “I have felt, and have seen, that people who come to my shows are thoughtful, really smart, really sensitive and in tune with what’s going on.”
Mary Wilson didn’t spend her youth helping to build Motown not to talk about it.
Aerosmith summoned an understudy for Tuesday night’s performance at Park Theater as drummer Joey Kramer took an unannounced night off.
Vinny “Vinny G” Guadagnino of “Jersey Shore” says, “I have spent six-to-eight years looking for the door into the Vegas show scene. I’m not a DJ or singer, but this is a weird lane and I just said, ‘Let’s do it.’ “
Her career in limbo and health in question, Britney Spears posted a video and message to address “so many crazy things being said.”
The Power of Love was strong for Mark Davis.
Former Las Vegas Strip resident headliner Britney Spears has left the health care clinic she entered in January and was spotted at a luxury resort with her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, over the Easter holiday weekend.
The front man for Aerosmith joined the Backstreet Boys onstage at Zappos Theater on Friday night.
Criss Angel has cut all of his 9:30 p.m. performances, beginning with Saturday night’s show, saying that he needs to ease the physical demands on his body