Franco Dragone, who created the first Cirque du Soleil shows to play the Strip and designed Celine Dion’s residency, has died. He was 69.
Yacht rock is a Vegas phenomenon, led by such bands as The Windjammers, The Docksiders and Yächtley Crëw.
“These people come to Vegas and do things they regret later, and they are just trying to find someone to blame,” Zeng Fu Lin said in an interview Tuesday.
Luke Bryan is back on the Strip for a dozen dates next year, starting Feb. 1 and running through April Fool’s Day.
WNBA Finals MVP Chelsea Gray, who scored 20 points in the clinching victory, led the Aces’ fast break to the stage.
Cirque executive Eric Grilly says, “‘Mystere’ has not missed a beat since it’s reopened” in June.
Shaquille O’Neal says, “If the great Adam Levine wants me to come onstage and sing a Maroon 5 song, I’m definitely coming onstage.”
Lorena Peril’s debut of her life story is filled with fellow musicians who have followed her path.
Katy Perry’s “Play” run is booked through October. She says, “Maybe I will leave Vegas, but I will always want to come back to do a show.”
A request by the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club to operate 12 bar-top poker machines has been delayed by the Clark County Commission.
Olivia Newton-John once said of Vegas, “I was the opening act for a long time. I bounced around to different hotels,” before she opened at the Flamingo in April 2014.
Mark Davis and the Raiders waited a long time to see Cliff Branch honored. The owner is making it count.
Daddy Yankee, “Bullet Train” and John Legend highlight this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas.