Las Vegas is known for its spectacular shows, from comedic antics of “Absinthe” and “Jeff Dunham” to glittering “Jubilee” showgirls and high-energy musicals. Britney Spears lights up the stage at Planet Hollywood, while singers such as Celine Dion and Rod Stewart perform at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Whether wanting concerts, magic shows, full-scale productions, impersonators or tribute acts, there are plenty of sizzling Las Vegas shows to enjoy.
Beckford’s back, al-right! OK, so we’re still on a high from our Backstreet Boys concert from a few weeks ago. But now we’re on a different kind of high. Supermodel Tyson Beckford is back at Chippendales at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Ladies — we can hear you screaming from here. It’s all good. We….
Oh my God, they’re back again (brothers, sisters everybody sing!). We’re not surprised that after two decades, the Backstreet Boys still got it goin’ on. With a whopping $130 million in record sales, it’s no wonder they’re recognized as the best-selling boy band in history. Last night, we channeled our inner fangirl, sang at the top of….
Las Vegas hotels are designed with everything your heart desires in one convenient location. Where else can you sip craft cocktails, dine at the restaurants of celebrity chefs and see shows by world renowned headliners all under one roof? Here’s your itinerary for spending 24 hours at Caesars Palace.
It’s a new year and we’re ready for some new adventures in Las Vegas. This being the Entertainment Capital of the World, you can bet we’ve got plenty of fresh shows we’re eager to see. But headline acts aren’t the only new thing shaking up the city.
More than 320,000 visitors rang in the new year in Las Vegas celebrating with epic entertainment, celebrity-studded parties, dynamic DJ performances and a massive $500,000 fireworks show that transformed the Las Vegas Strip into a giant mile-long party.
You are truly experiencing the best time of your life right now. You know how to have a good time and certainly aren’t afraid to show it. It’s your year to get groovy in Sin City. Yes, cool cat, we’re talking to you. Here are 10 things to do in Vegas in your 60s.
Tenors of Rock features five male lead singers, but if you think they’re just another boy band, think again. These five British guys sing rock music in perfect harmony. Picture a combination of a Broadway (or in this case West End) musical and a rock concert.
No subject is off limits for comedian Ralphie May, which is probably why his new show at Harrah’s Las Vegas is called “No Apologies.” May’s edgy and uncensored comedy touches on everything from race to politics to his family life.
Get ready to kick up your boots and get in touch with your country roots, because music icons Reba McEntire, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn are extending their Las Vegas residency one more year. In celebration of one more year of country fabulous, we’ve got five fun facts you may not know about Reba, Brooks & Dunn.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we wanted to take a moment and share 10 reasons why we’re so thankful for fabulous Las Vegas. The city has a lot to offer, and it’s no wonder why it’s such a world-famous travel destination. After our list, you’ll want to dust off your suitcase and join in all the fun.
Las Vegas is the unofficial magic capital of the world. Many of magic’s biggest acts have graced the stage in Sin City over the years and the Strip is still home to dozens of magic shows. Here are some of our favorites: