Viva Vision, the long-running video and music attraction running the five blocks of the FSE, is paying tribute to Bennington beginning at 9 p.m. Aug. 19 with a medley of Linkin Park hits.
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The fan who jumped onstage and performed a front flip at Britney Spears’ show at Planet Hollywood on Wednesday never saw the end of the performance.
As if in possession of a crystal ball, or even a Magic 8 Ball, I predicted two shows would announce their opening dates this summer in VegasVille.
Donny Edwards rolls into Vegas with his Elvis Presley production, “The King Lives! Donny Edwards’ Elite Tribute to Elvis” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Lady Gaga performed at Encore Theater in December during the development of her upcoming HBO doc, but don’t expect any footage of that appearance in the film.
Look out, Las Vegas. “Sharknado Live” is circling the Strip. A stage version of the aggressively campy SyFy film series will open next year at a Caesars Entertainment resort, the production’s co-producers announced Sunday
Peter Frampton has played Las Vegas with Humble Pie and as a soloist, and joins his longtime friend Steve Miller at Caesars Palace on Tuesday night.
Largely dissimilar new shows share a dream of success in VegasVille. In this fickle ticket-buying market, we identify the target audiences for each.
The Flowers family is headed to Utah — specifically, Park City — as soon as Brandon sells his famous estate in Las Vegas’ Rancho Circle historic district.
Golden Nugget, Four Queens, the California Hotel and the Neon Boneyard are prominently featured in Florida Georgia Line’s new video for “Smooth.”
Zak Starkey’s three-person band is called Sshh, pronounced “shush,” named for Starkey’s girlfriend vocalist Sshh Liguz.
“Pawn Stars,” the cable-TV sensation at Gold & Silver Pawn of Las Vegas, has been given the green light for a 15th season.
London’s Sunday Times reported a Boy George-Cyndi Lauper residency in Vegas next year, but talks at Planet Hollywood fizzled long ago.
Shannon Gantt is 5 feet, 3 inches tall, or about two feet shorter than Shaquille O’Neal, who held the Hexx staffer aloft for a photo last week.
The Killers have shown love to the Plaza, Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts in their video and concert appearances. Add Pearl at the Palms to that list.