Tonight in Las Vegas: Tropicana turns 60 years old; Moderatto rocks House of Blues

Updated April 4, 2017 - 11:32 am

TONIGHT IN LAS VEGAS

It was 60 years ago today that residents received a preview of The Tropicana ahead of its opening the next day. It cost $15 million, and it brought newly defined opulence and luxury to the Strip.

Jarrett & Raja of Las Vegas unveil their magic dinner show, “Magician vs. Maestro,” in their showroom at Hooters Casino.

Mexican metal parody band Moderatto is anything but modest in their lack-of-control rock party at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay.

Ahead of his own birthday, Mark Shunock, former “Rock of Ages” star, stages his charitable “Mondays Dark” show with Las Vegas performers to benefit Create a Change Now at The Space on Cavaretta Court just off the Strip.

Kelly Clinton-Holmes’ Open Mic cabaret showcases talent at Bootlegger Bistro.

DJ MAKJ is behind the dual decks at XS at Steve Wynn’s Encore.

DJ Mustard spreads it on at Marquee at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

DJ Seany Mac spins for two nights at Ghostbar atop The Palms.

And The Los Angeles Leakers keep nothing to themselves at Jewel at Aria.

TOMORROW’S TEASES

The Tropicana celebrates the 60th anniversary of its opening with monthlong special pricing and concerts in its showroom.

Global superstar Celine Dion returns to her hit residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

Mention “Mercedes in the Morning” at any Dunkin’ Donuts in the Valley to receive a free doughnut of your choice to celebrate the Mix 94.1’s 500th show.

DJ Crooked straightens out all the music at Hyde Bellagio.

And DJ Julian Jordan controls the 1’s and 2’s at Omnia at Caesars.

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