The Plaza CEO said of Mark Wahlberg, “Obviously we love having Mark there, and the energy he brings.”
A lounge at the base of a downtown Las Vegas high rise has become a staple for tourists, politicians and upstairs neighbors.
Mark Wahlberg has said he wants to make Las Vegas “Hollywood 2.0.” And he’s filming a hit movie here now.
The country hang Stoney’s North Forty is returning this summer to Santa Fe Station. The tavern will offer live entertainment, a mechanical bull.
Sea World in San Diego had loaned the dolphins to the Mirage years ago. Now they are heading back.
“I think every Vegas show is built to take on these evolutions,” co-producer Baz Halpin said in a recent phone interview. “So this is our first step of an evolution. We’re quite pleased with it.”
The MSG Sphere at The Venetian will open its doors this autumn and offer the first of up to six residency headliners as well as the first original immersive film content.
The Lowden family’s latest venture, an 8,650-square-foot jazz club and restaurant, shares the same neighborhood (artistically and geographically) as The Smith Center.
Say this for Strip nightspots: They are the great uniter.
Bengals QB Joe Burrow and several 49ers partied at Zouk Nightclub on Friday.
Strip headliner Tyga is moving to Wynn Nightlife after a run at Tao Group venues.
Over the weekend, Vegas producers Alan and Kathi Glist had discussed inviting Cindy Williams back to “Menopause The Musical.”
Cirque du Soleil hits “Michael Jackson One,” “O” and “Mystere” all celebrate major milestones this year.
Pop-icon-turned-culinary-star Tiffany is headlining a different kind of show at The Space.
Jay Leno, playing Encore Theater in March, suffered broken bones in a motorcycle accident this month.