Carlos Santana, who broke in a big bad way at the original Woodstock, is officially out of next month’s anniversary event.
A long-running residency seemed an attainable goal for “Post-Postmodern Jukebox,” but the show pulled out a month before its original end date.
MGM Resorts’ original plan was for Mandalay Bay Events Center to compete with The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood.
Opening this month, Happy Place is in line with the current mini-trend of Vegas entertainment experiences not easily described. “When you see it, you get it.”
Blue Man Group co-founder Chris Wink is Area15’s new “director of content and cool (stuff),” his official title actually carrying a profanity.
Zak Bagans’ fascination with Charles Manson has expanded to the purchase of an infamous Los Angeles residence.
Lim’s “Limitless” production carries an emphasis on skillful card tricks, application of smoke and mind-blowing close-up magic.
Redfoo is the titillating tennis tutor and resident hip-hop superstar who generates life into the Rollers’ matches at Orleans Arena.
Robbie Williams did stunning business this spring and summer, and his show was a buoyant blend Las Vegas inspirations.
Backstreet Boys are the latest addition to a customarily stacked iHeartRadio Music Festival lineup at T-Mobile Arena.
Neither Terry Bradshaw nor Al Bernstein could have mapped out a haymaker of an entertainment card on Aug. 2
Queen + Adam Lambert are performing a corporate event for 25,000-30,000 fans Wednesday on the Las Vegas Strip.
Strip headliner Mat Franco latest act took two years to develop. As he says, “It’s two years of work crammed into 50 seconds.”
Less than two months after attracting a $2.5 million bid, Jerry Lewis’ former home is being offered for $1.6 million.
Of turning 80, Oscar Goodman says, “I feel great, healthwise. My brain cells are the biggest in the world, because of the Bombay Sapphire. They are in great shape.”