The electric sky is taking over Las Vegas this weekend.
Comedy based on how-to manual is amusing and good-natured, but works too hard for middling laughs.
The Las Vegas sun sets on the electric sky tonight.
Agree that either everyone or no one will use the pickup line “You Look Like I Need a Drink” at Justin Moore’s poolside show Friday, because it would just be cheesy if only an awkward few tried it.
The eight stages at Electric Daisy Carnival each carry their own theme and cater to a different style of electronic dance music, for the most part. Event founder Pasquale Rotella breaks down each of them:
“There’s no news, no political tweets showing up. The only thing that anybody at the festival has to think about is the festival itself and the people around them,” says Las Vegas-based DJ 3lau.
“Could we do a show without the flying pig? Yes. Would we? No.”
A statement issued today issued by the show’s original production partners, Base Entertainment and Spiegelworld, said ”Absinthe” will remain at Caesars Palace for the “forseeable future.”
“Alice” is diving down the rabbit hole once more. The musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” returns to Rocks Lounge at Red Rock Resort July 10.