Wayne Newton thrilled the Penn & Teller Theater audience on Wednesday with an unbilled appearance at a taping of “Fool Us.”
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Martin Nievera has played assorted Vegas venues on and off the Strip. Saturday, he tests the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Pitbull’s party at Axis resumes in July, and he’s hoping for a longer stay at Planet Hollywood.
Rod Stewart has played “Sweet Little Rock ‘n’ Roller” during his residency at Caesars Palace, but the song took on new meaning Saturday night.
The Vegas Golden Knights expect to be a betting focal point at such enclaves as the Westgate Superbook, while “Bar Rescue” host Jon Taffer is making his own power play on Las Vegas.
Mr. Las Vegas says “Danke Schoen” to a songwriting partnership with Nirvana’s “Nevermind” producer and Garbage drummer and co-producer, Butch Vig.
The new Wynn Las Vegas sports book will be ready by Aug. 1, shutting down for four months for renovations.
Many months ago, I told Jerry Lewis of a performer in Las Vegas who had perfected the art of clowning. The gentleman was, and is, a featured performer in “Mystere” at Treasure Island.
Rock in Rio performed to underwhelming ticket sales on the Strip in 2015. It was expected to return this year, but is instead back in Brazil.
Melody Sweets of “Absinthe” happily handled the clippers on Saturday during the St. Baldrick’s Nine Fine Irishmen shave-a-thon at New York-New York.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend lead The Who back to the Strip for a six-show engagement beginning July 29.
Mama Maria Perry moved to Las Vegas in 1943, when 6,000 people lived in the tiny desert town.
Criss Angel was forced to cancel his “Mindfreak Live!” show at the Luxor on Friday night after faltering while performing one of his signature acts.
The sign placed on the dressing room door at The Showroom at Golden Nugget March 3 gave it away. It reads: “Frankie’s Room.”
Jerry Seinfeld nabbed Jerry Lewis for an upcoming episode of his Netflix web series, and made an unbilled appearance at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club.