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.
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.
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:
This Saturday is no ordinary night in Vegas. When the curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. in The Colosseum at Caesars Palace it rises on Celine Dion’s 1,000th Vegas show.
Sure, Las Vegas can arguably boast that it has the world’s best nightlife. Honestly we think we are selling ourselves short – we’ve also got daytime on lock. Head to an afternoon Las Vegas show sometime. These matinee and early evening shows offer something for every taste, from magic to comedy to music.
Hot flashes. Mood swings. Night sweats. These menopausal symptoms aren’t likely the first things to pop into your head when you think about a Vegas vacation. If they are, you’re probably doing it wrong. Luckily, the cast of Menopause the Musical at Harrah’s Las Vegas does this change of life right.
Dinner and a movie dates are so passé. Crank your next date night up to 11 with an exciting night at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Known mainly for Chippendales and the World Series of Poker, Rio has plenty more to offer, especially for rock stars like you.
From the start, Caesars Palace has featured the biggest names in music and comedy on its iconic, Roman-style marquee. There are too many to mention in one article, but we thought it would be fun to look back at some of the greatest Las Vegas performers to take the stage at Caesars Palace over the last five decades.
Pardon the interruption, but we’re cutting into your trip planning two-step to teach you the right moves to make once you hit the Strip. Shimmy into the 7 things you should definitely not do in Sin City.
There’s no doubt about it—Mariah Carey’s resident Las Vegas show at Caesars Palace, “Mariah #1 to Infinity,” is a certified hit. The Los Angeles Times wrote that Carey is “right at home” in Vegas, with her show offering “plenty of knockout moments.” The glitzy, career-spanning production—which returns to The Colosseum on Feb. 2—is a showcase….