Among the many, many big names who will be taking to the nine EDC stages: Deadmau5, Diplo, Illenium, Kaskade, Zedd, Steve Aoki, Slander, Seven Lions, Dom Dolla, DJ Snake, Sofi Tukker and over 200 more.
U2’s final-weekend prices on the secondary market are triple from just last weekend. The Irish rockers are playing at the Sphere.
Pop/RB star Jason Derulo will perform in rotation with Kylie Minogue and Christina Aguilera at The Venetian nightspot.
Seven-time GRAMMY Award-winning singer/songwriter Kacey Musgraves is bringing her upcoming tour to the Las Vegas Strip.
The Material Girl’s shows have been punchy, over-the-top and unpredictable. Here’s a look at some of her past Vegas tour stops.
NASCAR weekend, the Dave Matthews Band and a documentary about the Historic Westside top the entertainment lineup for the week of March 1-7.
The superstar rapper and singer-songwriter is a partner in the chain out of Miami.
It’s official: “MJ Live” is moving to Sahara, and Purple Reign to V Theater at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood as the Tropicana nears its closing date.
The Eagles kick off “The Long Goodbye” tour this September in New York. They could play Vegas in November.
With Kelly Curran’s departure, the parking of Sky 3 ends Channel 3’s 34-year run of sending helicopters over Southern Nevada.
Adele is calling out, for the first time in her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Lamb of God, Bring Me the Horizon and Chevelle are among the bands playing additional concerts in the days before and after Sick New World.
Best Friends Forever debuts in October with Bright Eyes, Suny Day Real Estate, Cap’n Jazz and more.
13-time Grammy winner Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, who has produced hits for everyone from Whitney Houston to Boyz II Men, will play six dates starting this spring