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Celebrities, The Linq, Things to Do

John Legend & OneRepublic Rock Brooklyn Bowl For iHeartRadio

Two powerhouse music acts joined forces for a special VIP Las Vegas concert at The LINQ’s trendy concert hall Brooklyn Bowl. The exclusive party was the cherry on top of iHeartMedia’s first-ever iHeartRadio Ultimate Valentine’s Escape at Paris Las Vegas Presented by “Hot Tub Time Machine 2.” Hundreds of radio contest winners were flown into Vegas….

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Celebrities, Las Vegas Entertainment, Things to Do

Laugh Out Loud: Vegas’ 5 Best Comedy Shows

  Las Vegas is always good for a laugh. And whether you want something new, a verbal assault, hilarious puppets or an uncensored standup, Sin City has a comedy show for you. Here, a look at five guaranteed to having you repeating their jokes once you get home. Something different: Jeff Dunham at Planet Hollywood….

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Celebrities, The Linq, Things to Do

See Jack White Play To A Sold-Out Crowd At Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

Jack White is currently on tour, playing very select cites worldwide. Sure, he hit Madison Square Garden and Nashville’s gigantic Bridgestone Arena, but he chose the intimate and über-cool Brooklyn Bowl as his Vegas venue of choice. (His hotel accommodations? The Parlour Suite at the nearby The Cromwell boutique property.) The hip bowling alley/restaurant/concert hall at The….

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Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Nightlife

Calvin Harris Highlights Omnia Nightclub’s Spring DJ Lineup—Opens March 12

  The answer: none other than Calvin Harris. The in-demand (and sinfully attractive) superstar DJ hits the turntables for the big March 12 opening of Omnia Las Vegas at Caesars Palace. As part of Hakkasan Group’s splashy portfolio, the anticipated nightclub will undoubtedly be the hottest new party palace on the Strip. After a $75 million….

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Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Nightlife

Omnia Las Vegas Confirms Big DJ Lineup – Find Out Who’s Spinning

Partygoers anticipating the upcoming opening of Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace got another look at the grand plans for the former Pure space—plus a confirmed lineup of DJ talent. After a complete overhaul, expect a colossal lighting system over the expansive dance floor that will send cascading light throughout the main club. With each beam….

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Celebrities, Las Vegas Entertainment, Nightlife

How Jennifer Lopez, The Roots, Iggy And The High Roller Dominated New Year’s Eve

Cue the confetti! Vegas’ most phenomenal parties, shows and hot spots made New Year’s Eve a truly unforgettable night. Hard-bodied glamizon Jennifer Lopez ruled The Colosseum stage at Caesars Palace with a one-night only performance of her best hits, entitled “The Best Is Yet To Come.” Across the street at The LINQ, The Roots rocked….

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Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Las Vegas Entertainment

When Can You See Mariah Carey At Caesars Palace?

It’s not a sweet, sweet fantasy anymore—Mariah Carey has confirmed she will begin a residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on May 6. “Mariah Carey #1’s” is set to be an innovative, original production of her 18 No. 1 singles performed live in concert for the first time. Mariah, the best-selling female artist of….

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Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Las Vegas Entertainment

5 Tidbits On What It’s Really Like To Work With Rod Stewart

You’ve got to love Rod Stewart. The cheerful chap always puts on a stellar show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, where he has played “Rod Stewart: The Hits” since Summer 2011. Stewart never misses a beat on stage, where he looks happier and more at ease than ever. He loves playing the 4,300-seat venue….

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Celebrities, Las Vegas Entertainment, Las Vegas Hotels

15 Reasons We Loved Las Vegas in 2014

Fierce pop bombshell Britney Spears proved her staying power and fan loyalty. Her explosive ticket sales and additional “Britney: Piece of Me” show demand kicked her to the upper echelon of prime Las Vegas entertainment. On November 5, which was officially christened Britney Day, she was presented with a key to Vegas’ iconic Strip in a splashy ceremony at The LINQ.

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Colosseum Headliner Shania Twain Ends Her Vegas Run With a Surprise

Glitzy country bombshell Shania Twain ended her two-year run of “Shania: Still the One” to a sold-out crowd. After 105 performances at her home venue of The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, she took her final bow after the “Man! I Feel LIke A Woman” closing song. Twain was emotional throughout the night, speaking to the….

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Celebrities, Las Vegas Entertainment, Nightlife

Vegas New Year’s Guide: Turn It Up

Ideal for: concert lovers, partiers, clubbers, nightlifers To really light up the night, hit the club and go all out in true Vegas fashion. This New Year’s Eve, there are plenty of options at club, bars, and lounges around town, many with open bar tickets. Chateau Nightclub at Paris features a $99 general admission ticket….

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Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Las Vegas Entertainment

Tickets On Sale Dec. 4 For Vegas Headliner Residency “Reba, Brooks & Dunn”

It’s official! After months of speculation, a new Colosseum at Caesars Palace Las Vegas headliner was announced–and for the first time, it’s a duo! Country superstars Reba McEntire, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn will begin their “Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together In Vegas” residency on June 24. Presented by Caesars Palace and AEG, the initial dates….

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Celebrities, Las Vegas Restaurants, The Cromwell

Rise And Shine! Giada Launches Breakfast With Waffles, Pressed Juice & Chocolate Donuts

Just when you thought you couldn’t get enough of her antipasti, bucatini and paninis, culinary goddess Giada De Laurentiis reels you in again—this time with morning favorites like eggs and waffles. De Laurentiis’ restaurant, Giada, at The Cromwell has only been open a few months, but dinner and weekend reservations are still booked out for….

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Breaking His Silence: Rod Stewart Finds His Voice, New Album Next Spring

Rod Stewart is maniacal about his voice—borderline neurotic. “It’s always difficult for any singer to play Vegas because it’s so dry being in the desert. You’re constantly looking after your voice,” he says. “For me personally, I do voice rests, so my kids wonder why I’m not talking. Mum has to tell them, ‘Daddy can’t talk….

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