Caesars Entertainment President of Entertainment Jason Gastwirth points to the company’s strong list of headliners when assesing recent entertainment cuts.
The “Mindfreak” is back just after the Fourth of July holiday. Criss Angel has announced his return to his eponymous Planet Hollywood theater.
In the near future, Las Vegans may be able to experience the perfect safari. Or even walk on the moon.
Entertainment pros in Caesars Entertainment productions had hoped this month would signal reopenings of their shows. Instead, some of those shows are being cut loose.
Operators of The Nevada Room say the talent is there, and the crowds will come.
Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan are all eager to join Celine Dion at The Theatre at Resorts World.
Celine Dion’s November dates lead the quartet of headliners Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan at Theatre at Resorts World.
Dave Chappelle keeps adding dates, as Ricky Martin and Enrique Iglesias set a tour launch at MGM Grand Garden Arena.
The Cosmpolitan will rock anew, Mike Epps is booked at The Venetian Theatre, and Debbie Gibson-Joey McEntyre add a date.
Myron’s Cabaret Jazz is reopening with a lineup of Lon Bronson, David Perrico, Michelle Johnson, Michael Cavanaugh and Earl Turner.
The super musicians connected to the UNLV Jazz Studies program have been honored, significantly and once again, by the prestigious DownBeat Student Music Awards.
Louie Anderson is set for a pair of headlining shows to work out new material Saturday and Sunday.
Beverly Rogers and The Rogers Founation plans a 14,000-square-foot black-box, indie theater to open next year.
Unofficial “Star Wars” holiday only lasts a day, but specials and events being held across the Las Vegas Valley will ensure that the force is with you, always.