“Divas” drag show will offer Adele and Rihanna in the afternoons, while “Legends” books a soap star as guest host.
Their novel mix of magic and music is solid showmanship but feels too scripted for its surroundings at Hooters Casino.
Star’s bid to join pantheon of Vegas greats is still up in the air, but no doubting his ability to get you on your feet
King’s two shows on the Strip illustrate how Las Vegas spectacle and touring pop concerts eventually merged.
Annual survey shows average ticket price crept up by $2, but upgraded VIP tickets for Britney and other stars skew the average of 94 shows.
Magic duo Jarrett & Raja and “Spy Escape” master Jason Hanson both brought showbiz flair to business pitches.
Along with everyone from Rod Stewart to Eddie Money dropping in for concerts, the Strip will soon have three ongoing classic-rock tributes.
The “Saturday Night Live” alums share the bill but not the stand-up experience on stage at SLS Las Vegas.
The Palms and other Station Casino venues will aim for younger fans, while Aliante branches out beyond jazz.
The quintet’s “Larger Than Life” showcase has the same arena look, and carefully choreographed vibe, of the act’s teen years.
Low overhead and word-of-mouth marketing help “B shows’ thrive.
The silent comic recruits plenty of audience “volunteers” for childlike fun at the Flamingo Las Vegas.
A memorial gathering Sunday at the Italian-American Club will celebrate a last-of-the-breed showman of the ’60s lounge era.
The new venue The Space joins retirement community theaters in bringing former Strip pros to local audiences.
The Academy of Country Music is dropping big outdoor concerts in favor of 18 events in all kinds of venues this April.