The “Wedding Queen of The West” has sold her iconic business at 1301 Las Vegas Blvd. South, the deal closing Tuesday morning.
‘Garth Brooks/Plus ONE’ is confirmed for Caesars Palace, with fansregistering for tickets this week on Ticketmaster Verified Fan.
“Bat Out of Hell” is so talent-laden, it survived an interloping experience by yours truly.
Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club has returned. Why so long? “We’re lazy,” he says.
John Fogerty once sat next to Al Davis on a flight in 1990. He was impressed the Raiders owner was on a phone, while on a plane.
The Luxor headliner had known Gallagher for most of his life and owes his career to the famed comedian, who died at age 76.
“I love the physicality of the show,” the 47-year-old actor says of “Yellowstone,” which returns Sunday for its fifth season on the Paramount Network.
Philip Fortenberry was “the hands of Liberace.” This weekend, he’s the draft master of The Who’s Vegas orchestra.
Spiegelworld’s “Box Box, Box Box,” a new 1 a.m. variety production, will run during the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Elton John and Vegas Hammond B3 Ronnie Foster chatted music Tuesday night at Allegiant Stadium.
The Strat concerts in March are not Rick Springfield’s first multi-show series in Las Vegas.
The Desert Dogs’ first National Lacrosse League game will be at 5 p.m., Dec. 9, against Panther City LC in Fort Worth, Texas.
The knighted legend performed his first and (according to the tour title) only concert at Allegiant Stadium on his “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour on Tuesday night.