If you’ve ever wanted to feel the wind in your hair while Sisqo’s “Thong Song” moves through speakers — while you’re on a bicycle made for 15 in downtown Las Vegas — there’s a company for that.
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The Clark County Fire Department responded to two hotel fire alerts Friday morning on the Las Vegas Strip.
If you attend an event at the T-Mobile Arena, you’ll be able to get a hot dog and a beer, just as at any other arena or stadium in the country. But Las Vegas’ new sports and entertainment showplace will offer many, many more options.
Work is continuing on T-Mobile Arena near New York-New York on the Strip. It opens in April.
MGM Resorts International is hiring more than 200 part-time positions for the T-Mobile Arena, which opens in April.
MGM Resorts International will outsource staffing for the company’s three Las Vegas arenas/events centers as part of the overall review of the casino operator’s business areas.
Bill Foley was sitting on a couch at his Las Vegas office across the street from TPC Summerlin and wondered, “Where did the time go?”
The National Hockey League’s executive committee is expected to meet Wednesday in New York for a special session to discuss the bids by Las Vegas and Quebec City to join the NHL for the 2017-18 season.
When it was announced the new MGM/Anschutz Entertainment Group arena being shoehorned in between New York-New York and the Monte Carlo would be called T-Mobile Arena, hardly anybody complained.
Wireless operator T-Mobile has bought the naming rights to the $375 million arena being built by MGM Resorts International and Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) that is set to open on the Strip in April.
George Strait plans to play the Strip’s new arena on Feb. 17 and 18 of 2017.
The owners of the new MGM Resorts International-AEG arena on the Strip are launching a new VIP club membership deal that will allow a member to buy a ticket for the vast majority of events at the $375 million venue that opens in April.