Lady Gaga has most recently performed her hot-selling “Jazz + Piano” show in October, though she also led a version of it at Mark Davis’ Super Bowl party.
Multi-GRAMMY Award-winning superstar Bruno Mars has announced more shows on the Las Vegas Strip.
Chinatown Plaza’s Year of the Dragon celebration, Tool’s return to the Strip and Buckwheat Zydeco Jr. top this week’s lineup of things to do in Las Vegas.
Leonard Slatkin is working as a consultant as Donato Cabrera leaves his post as current conductor and music director in May.
“Do what you love now,” implores the 54-year-old superstar, who this week drops a new album and an accompanying “cinematic odyssey.”
Usher emerged at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium for the Super Bowl halftime show seated on a throne, joined by a marching band and a trove of Vegas performers — but stayed its center.
Hours after dispatching the 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII, Travis Kelce, Patrick Mahomes and (yes) Taylor Swift swept into Zouk Nightclub at Resorts World for the official team party.
In the first half of Sunday’s Super Bowl Taylor Swift threw back a brew and slammed the empty cup in a moment of high emotion. And high triumph.
The Golden Knights’ Stanley Cup championship ring made a surprise appearance at the Super Bowl halftime show at Allegiant Stadium.
Live Nation hosted more than 30 stars at its Super Bowl LVIII Field Club, a takeover of Wynn Field Club behind the end zone at Allegiant Stadium.
Everyone is talking about how unrealistic it would have seemed, just a few years ago, for Las Vegas to be hosting the Super Bowl. There’s another big event in town this weekend that may have once been even more far-fetched.
Adele defended Taylor Swift at her “Weekends with Adele” show Saturday night.
On social media, fans of Taylor Swift and aviation journalists believe they’ve identified Swift’s private jet, labeled “The Football Era.” It arrived from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport to Los Angeles’ LAX airport just after 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
You don’t need a ticket to the game — or even a passing interest in football, really — to enjoy the Super Bowl’s inaugural trip to Las Vegas.
As reported by TMZ, Alicia Keys is Usher’s first confirmed halftime guest.