“She can sing, and she can act, too, we found that out,” Eddie Griffin said of Lady Gaga. “I predict she’s going to win the Golden Globe, and I’m predicting she’ll win the Oscar, too.”
The Bronx Wanderers’ very name indicates movement. And the popular family act is on the move, hauling out of Windows Showroom at Bally’s and into the Linq Hotel’s Mat Franco Theater in January.
Imagine Dragons is a rock band, not a marching band. But the musicians from Las Vegas are performing during the halftime show of the College Football Playoff National Championship on Jan. 7.
The top-selling duo in rock history and an icon of Woodstock are returning to the Strip in the spring.
Friday night, Mansion 54 hinted at the days of its title inspiration, Studio 54, with a thumping VIP preview event for the Epicurean Charitable Foundation.
The teams’ formal cross-promotional efforts have been the combined VGK/Las Vegas 51s baseball jersey issued at Cashman Field in September.
It would be 24 years, total, in back-to-back Goodman mayoral residencies if Carolyn Goodman terms out.
FGL has opened its extended engagement at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood. The first two shows have reportedly sold out, including Wednesday’s performance, which Hubbard said was played to “the loudest Wednesday night crowd ever.”
Chloe Carolines mini-tour on the Strip coincides with the National Finals Rodeo, which begins Thursday night at the Thomas Mack Center. She’s headlining a total of five shows over two nights.
Criss Angel barely has time to shave or sleep as he tackles his most ambitious project, yet, “Criss Angel Mindfreak” at Planet Hollywood.