Homegrown rockers Otherwise, the Vegas Fringe Festival and celebrations of National Bourbon Day and Lobster Day highlight this week’s lineup.
Carrie Underwood has been a Guns N’ Roses fan all her life. Now she’s sharing the stage with Axl Rose.
David Blaine called up Pete Davidson for a dangerous stunt in Blaine’s show Friday night.
The F1 team is eager to see The Sphere when completed, but has staged events only outside.
Rob Lowe says the ’80s are fun to recall — if that is possible — as Venetian performances approach.
“Tina: The Tina Turner Musical,” James Taylor in concert and stand-up shows by Tig Notaro and Jim Jefferies head this week’s list of things to do.
Celine Dion remains in Resorts World’s plans, even after she has canceled 42 tour dates.
Celine Dion has not made any recent formal announcement of her future, but just made a property deal.
The Aces’ home opener, Punk Rock Bowling and the “Straight Jokes, No Chaser” comedy tour lead this week’s lineup of things to do in Las Vegas.
Larry Edwards met Tina Turner coincidentally nearly 20 years ago. He says of her death, “It’s devastating.”
Laugh Factory’s Sunday shows wiped out after water cascades from its ceiling.
Industrial Sound is focusing on live shows, and embracing variety, off the Strip.
The Savannah Bananas, Ringo Starr and Jim Gaffigan highlight this week’s lineup of things to do in Las Vegas.
Garth Brooks, who plays his first show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Thursday night, is already adding 18 for 2024.
The MSG Sphere at The Venetian has an overhang issue for “U2 UV: Achtung Baby.”