The Westgate Las Vegas’s adult revue is steering into a slot at Dreamland Drive-In from July 1 through July 3.
Westgate Las Vegas GM Cami Christensen talked of what makes the hotel special. “It is, without a doubt, our team members. You are the heartbeat of this property.”
The Airbnb post caught the attention of the Jerry Lewis family, which was concerned that the late entertainment icon’s name was being attached to a short-term rental.
On the possibility of parking fees at his new hotel-casino, co-owner Derek Stevens says, “It’s too early to tell what we’ll do.”
Gilles Ste-Croix says of Cirque’s struggles, “Already last year we could see that there were some problems.”
Carlos Santana says he’s prepped to sit out this year, adding, “But we are hopeful, it might be November, it might be September. It is out of our hands.”
Hard Rock Hotel International CEO Jim Allen says, “We look forward to bringing the exciting Hard Rock atmosphere back to Las Vegas.”
Excalibur magician Hans Klok says, “I cannot play to 20 people — I will be bankrupt by the end of the year.”
Veteran Las Vegas show producer David Saxe says, “We’ll be back as soon as we’re legally allowed to be back. If the demand is there, I think we’ll go seven days a week.”
Adhering to the state’s phase two protocols for mass gatherings, FSE announced Friday night it would be holding off returning ambient live entertainment to its outdoor stages.