Phones are being “pouched” for Madonna’s triumvirate of shows on the Strip.
Cesar Millan is headlining his “bucket list” of life experiences with his “Cesar Millan — My Story: Unleashed” at MGM Grand.
“Atomic Saloon Show” producer Ross Mollison says, “Reverend Peabody of course can perform weddings.”
Keith Urban can be to the Colosseum what George Strait is to T-Mobile Arena — a solo, country superstar anchor.
Imagine Dragons held their sixth annual TRF Gala at Wynn Las Vegas. About 880 supporters turned out for a record-setting night.
Caesars Entertainment execs are extolling the general-admission area as a way to expand the venue’s appeal to more high-energy shows.
Gazillioniare says of Robin’s Nest, “I’ll be there from this Sunday, throwing down a Krug or 10 in his honor. We miss ya, baby.”
“O” opened Oct. 17, 1998, the first production show ever on the Strip to command a $100 ticket price.
Jen Kramer, a Yale graduate, is the only female headliner among more than 20 magic/mentalist/hypnotist productions currently running in Las Vegas.