The Beatles/Cirque partnership performed without a hitch and for an adoring audience in its return to the stage at The Mirage.
Iliza Shlesinger says, “I’ve done my best to turn lemons into a weird lemonade,” as she returns to Mirage Theater.
“Only Murders in the Building,” debuting Aug. 31, is a 10-episode murder mystery written by Steve Martin about true crime.
Giles Martin says Paul McCartney “is just so proud of the fact that his legacy, or their legacy, continues on.”
“Because of (iconic rock promoter) Bill Graham, we were always invited to open for the Rolling Stones, at least nine or 10 times,” the legendary guitarist said.
Lady Gaga is returning to the Las Vegas Strip this year. Her “Jazz + Piano” shows are the only dates announced.
AEG Presents operates the Theater at Resorts World, but that doesn’t give the company ultimate authority.
Members of Backstreet Boys, Boyz II Men and ‘N Sync are performing together for the first time on the Strip.
Xavier Mortimer left Cirque five years ago. A thousand shows later, he’s doing fine.
Garth Brooks says, “I must do my part,” in heading off the latest COVID surge across the country.
Kiss is playing a total of a dozen shows opening New Year’s Eve weekend at Zappos Theater on the Strip.
The Strip last weekend delivered a pair of great showmen within a horseshoe’s throw of each other — George Strait at T-Mobile Arena and Brian Newman at NoMad Library at Park MGM.
Mark Davis loves classic rock and Carlos Santana. So guess who played at halftime Saturday.
Live Nation’s top executive, Michael Rapino, says, “Vaccines are going to be your ticket back to shows.”