Sting has announced a postponement of the opening of his headlining series at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
As the host of all this activity, Mosaic has found itself as an unlikely industry leader among venues able to reopen during COVID.
The veteran Vegas broadcaster says, “We have a lot of people who are suffering right now, because of COVID and other reasons, and I want to lift spirits.”
The Strat’s L.A. Comedy Club will offer the “Redneck Comedy Magic” show and its rotation of comedy headliners nightly.
John Katsilometes estimates he was at least 6 feet away from the performers at Le Cabaret, a distance Gov. Steve Sisolak himself endorses.
Acclaimed director Kenny Ortega was in the original Lake of Dreams creative team, and is back 15 years later.
The adjoining “Bodies … The Exhibition” and “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” have reopened on Luxor’s second-level mezzanine.
Stocks dropped suddenly on Wall Street Tuesday afternoon after President Donald Trump ordered a stop to negotiations with Democrats over another round of stimulus for the economy.
Michael Johnson is studying sustainable energy in Oregon. Ray Allaire is planning to farm in Bulgaria. All because of COVID.
Wayne Newton and Lil Jon have attended several Vegas Golden Knights games at T-Mobile Arena and are featured in the team’s “Valiant” documentary.
Laugh Factory proprietor Harry Basil says, “This 25-foot rule is what’s going to kill everybody. Or prevent everybody from opening.”