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SALT-N-PEPA’S I LOVE THE ‘90s – The Vegas Show Celebrates Red Carpet Premiere at Paris Las Vegas
Queens of hiphop, Salt-N-Pepa celebrated the official Grand Opening of their show SALT-N-PEPA’S I LOVE THE ‘90s on Thursday, Oct. 25 inside the Paris Theater at Paris Las Vegas. This is first ever hiphop residency in Las Vegas and celebrities and VIPs were in attendance to share in the celebration.
Salt N Pepa performing - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Rob Base performance
All 4 One performance - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Prior to the show, Salt-N-Pepa, All-4-One and Rob Base were joined on the red carpet by other iconic ‘90s artists including SWV, Chauncey Hannibal of Blackstreet, Al B. Sure, Adam Emil of Color Me Badd and Mark McGrath. Local entertainers also joined in on the celebration, including Anthony Cools, David Goldrake, Sabina Kelley, Zowie Bowie, John Caparulo, Jeff Leibow, DJ Shadow ReD, Robert Torti, Elvis Monroe, the cast of The Miss Behave Gameshow, the cast of Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man and more.
Salt N Pepa, All 4 One, Rob Base - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Adam Emil of Color Me Badd - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
All 4 One - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Anthony Cools - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Chauncey Hannibal from Blackstreet - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Choreography Team - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Chris Phillips of Zowie Bowie - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Jaime Lynch - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Dancers - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
David Goldrake - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Dee Lee Lively and Robert Torti - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Jeff Liebow - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Mark McGrath - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
stars of Miss Behave - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Rob Base - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Sabina Kelley - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
SWV - Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn
Salt-N-Pepa, All-4-One and Rob Base performed a collection of fan-favorite hits to a packed house and were met with a standing ovation before heading to Chateau Nightclub for a post show party with VIPs and fans, The 90-minute, immersive dance party features a live DJ, nostalgic video content, dancers and more, giving audiences the opportunity to rediscover the music that influenced and defined a generation and contributed to making the ‘90s a decade to remember.
The schedule for the remainder of 2018 is as follows:
October 26 – 27: Salt-N-Pepa, Rob Base and All-4-One
November 8 – 12: En Vogue, Rob Base and Kid ’n Play
November 15 – 19: En Vogue, Mark McGrath and Kid ’n Play
November 22 – December 3: Salt-N-Pepa, Mark McGrath and Kid ’n Play
December 6 – 17: Salt-N-Pepa, Rob Base and All-4-One
SALT-N-PEPA’S I LOVE THE ‘90s – THE VEGAS SHOW performs select evenings at 9 p.m. Ticket prices start at $69.99, plus applicable taxes and fees.
Motley Brews Hosts Seventh Annual Downtown Brew Festival
Las Vegas-based beer festival production company, Motley Brews, hosted a sell-out crowd of beer enthusiasts at the seventh annual Downtown Brew Festival at Clark County Amphitheater on Saturday, Oct. 20.
Downtown Brew Festival at Clark County Amphitheater - Photo credit: Fred Morledge
Downtown Brew Festival Pour Your Soul Out Wall - Photo credit: Fred Morledge
PTs Beer Pong Activation - Photo credit: Fred Morledge
Guests in Beer Costumes - Photo credit: Fred Morledge
More than 4,000 guests attended the nighttime festival, with more than 65 breweries pouring over 200 beers, including PT’s Brewing Company, CraftHaus Brewery, Joseph James Brewing Company, Lovelady Brewing, Ellis Island Casino & Brewery, Big Dog’s Brewing Company and more. VIP ticketholders were treated to exclusive pours paired with cuisine by Chef Mike Minor, who prepared popular selections from Border Grill and BBQ Mexicana, and Chef Errol LeBlanc, who served offerings from Pamplona Cocktails & Tapas.
All guests had the opportunity to pair their brews with bites from local restaurants and food trucks, including Tacotarian, A Family Secret, Good Pie, Toddy Shop, Sausagefest, Oming’s Kitchen and The Corndog Company, which were available on-site throughout the duration of the event.
Along with the beer and culinary offerings, guests enjoyed live musical acts including songwriter and producer Ryan Whyte Maloney; rapper and songwriter Mike Xavier; and musician Vin A. Guests also had the chance to participate in popular activations throughout the festival including a karaoke stage, hosted by Ellis Island Hotel, Casino & Brewery, featuring thousands of song selections, oversized pub games and exclusive beer pours; a “backyard” area sponsored by PKWY TAVERN, featuring specialty pours and games; a silent disco and dreamcatcher wall hosted by New Amsterdam Spirits, offering a unique dance experience and a wall to “Pour Your Soul Out;” and a prize wheel sponsored by Brooklyn Bowl, offerings show tickets, bowling certificates, merch and more.
Motley Brews donated a portion of the funds made from Downtown Brew Fest to the Vegas Golden Knights Foundation, which serves as the primary charitable link between the newest professional hockey team and the Las Vegas community, and the Folded Flag Foundation, which serves to honor the legacy of, and pay tribute to, the brave men and women who have given their lives in defense of our country.
Rock and Roll Burlesque Show LITTLE MISS NASTY Debuts at Hooters Casino Hotel
LITTLE MISS NASTY, a modern-day rock ‘n roll burlesque show that has experienced huge success in Los Angeles, held its official Grand Opening on Saturday evening, October 20, inside the intimate, 200-seat Night Owl showroom at Hooters Hotel & Casino. Among the invited guests were Tenors of Rock, Tapeface, Annalee Belle, MMA fighting Julian Marquez, pro BMX rider Ricardo Laguna, and Murray Sawchuck with show-mate Lefty.
Little Miss Nasty cast - Photo credit: Seth Stempson
Annalee Belle - Photo credit: Seth Stempson
Julian Marquez and Ricardo Laguna - Photo credit: Seth Stempson
Murray Sawchuck and Douglas 'Lefty' Leferovich - Photo credit: Seth Stempson
Tapeface - Photo credit: Seth Stempson
Tenors of Rock - Photo credit: Seth Stempson
The LITTLE MISS NASTY experience is a wildly charged up journey where the talented dancers take the audience on a sexy ride from the fun and familiar, to the dark and mysterious corners of rock and roll dripping with gritty, yet sensual scenes. The show features concert-inspired lighting and visual displays and a heavy metal music backdrop that includes songs from Led Zeppelin, Marilyn Manson, Korn, Iggy Pop, Nine Inch Nails, Pantera, Rob Zombie, Rage Against The Machine, The Runaways and many other cutting edge classics.
“The entire night was made to feel like a party – where you would want to go for your bachelor or bachelorette night out, or honestly just somewhere sexy to hang out with your friends, so Vegas was the perfect destination for us in between tours,” said LITTLE MISS NASTY Founder Gina Katon.
Show creator Gina Katon - Photo credit: Seth Stempson
Little Miss Nasty - Photo credit: Seth Stempson
LITTLE MISS NASTY has amassed celebrity fans as it’s toured and performed across the U.S. including Lady Gaga, Josh Brolin, Adam DeVine, Tinashe, Drew Carey, Matt Skiba (blink-182), and Sasha Grey, amongst others.
Performances are Friday and Saturday night at 10:30 p.m. inside the Night Owl Showroom at Hooters Casino Hotel. Tickets start at $49, plus applicable fees. This is a 21+ show.
Las Vegas Fashion Council's Fourth Annual artLIVE! Raises More Than $15,000 For Student Artists
The Las Vegas Fashion Council's (LVFC) fourth annual artLIVE! event on Friday, October 19, raised more than $15,000 to benefit the LVFC's scholarship fund in an effort to support emerging student artists and designers. Ten one-of-a-kind "painted ladies" made their debut at Zappos in downtown Las Vegas where a collective of local artists donated their time and talents to create custom hand-painted mannequins which were auctioned off during the event.
Welcome to the fun. - Photo credit: Joel Cada
Host Courtney Perna entertains the crowd. - Photo credit: Joel Cada
Courtney Perna from Channel 8's "Las Vegas Now" served as the fashionable master of ceremonies, guiding guests through the evening's festivities which included live music by DJ Jamal, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres provided by Zappos, live body painting by Skin City Body Painting, sand art demonstration by Teresa Kae of The Quicksand Art and live student designer fashion show. Guests bid on a variety of silent auction items provided by brands including Kendra Scott, Alexander McQueen, Yves St. Laurent, Neiman Marcus, Vegas Golden Knights, Hermes, David Yurman and more.
Beautiful gown makes debut during fashion show. - Photo credit: Joel Cada
Amazing silent auction items up for bid. - Photo credit: Joel Cada
Live body painting by Skin City Body Painting. - Photo credit: Joel Cada
Painted ladies - Photo credit: Joel Cada
Vegas Golden Knights Mannequin - Photo credit: Joel Cada
"Tonight was truly a testament to the fact that fashion is art," said LVFC President Carrie Cooper. "We're honored to bring together so many talented individuals in support of our local fashion and art community who will continue to bring this vision to life through their creations."
Local artists Pete Castro, Haley Fonfa, Lil Art Bodega artists - M!SCRE8, The Stencil Artista, Snipt Art, RuthyJane Art, Kathryn Gilbert and Joy Snyder contributed to the event along with featured designers, including New Vintage Handbags, Desiree Ianconetti-Aneonnova, Pirouette, Nessa Apostol - Napostol, Pavel Pakhomovn-Veli and LVFC student design competition winners.
The LVFC is a nonprofit organization with the mission to advance the Las Vegas fashion industry and expand the economy by cultivating relationships between fashion professionals, students, emerging artists, community leaders and organizations.
Ballsfest Hosts Inaugural Las Vegas Event, Raising Funds for Children With Cancer
National non-profit organization, Ballsfest, held its inaugural Las Vegas fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 14 at the Waldorf Astoria, where money was raised to provide memorable experiences and gifts for seven local children with cancer, affectionately referred to as “Ballers.” The Ballers were selected through recommendations by local resource and treatment centers, including the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation, Cure for the Kids Foundation and Summerlin Hospital.
Ballsfest LV 2018 2018 Las Vegas Ballers with founder Frank DeBlasi - Photo credit: Jim Decker
The “Sunday Funday,” backyard-style fundraiser was emceed by television personality Jillian Lopez as guests enjoyed live entertainment, professional caricatures, an interactive photo booth and additional activities. Ballers, alongside their family and friends, each had individualized seating areas, personalized with blankets and pillows that had the respective Ballers names stitched onto them.
During the event, Frank DeBlasi, founder of Ballsfest, hosted a “Baller Ceremony” where each honoree was individually seated in the “Baller Throne,” teased by DeBlasi with a brief “roast,” and presented with an extravagant gift or experience from respective sponsors.
Ballers honored include five-year-old Camden Lamb from Henderson, Nev.,who was gifted a three-night stay at the Hotel Del Coronado, a day at the San Diego Zoo, a day at Legoland and a day on a house boat, sponsored byCaesars Entertainment, for himself and his family; five-year-old Navy Bishop from Henderson, Nev., received a Disney Cruise for herself and her family sponsored by Sotheby’s International Real Estate-Kristin Routh Silberman; 13-year-old Gavin Kilcullen from Henderson, Nev., received a trip to Hawaii for himself and his family, sponsored by the Waldorf Astoria; 10-year-old Katerine Soriano from Las Vegas, was gifted a bedroom makeover and an Apple computer, sponsored by The Ivan Sher Group; 15-year-old Kamron Winfield from North Las Vegas, Nev., was gifted a trip to Disney World for himself and family, sponsored by Blue Heron; 10-year-old Anyla Gonzalez from Las Vegas, received an array of Apple products, including an Apple TV, iPod, iPhone, Macbook and AirPods, sponsored by the Towbin family; and 19-year-old Baltazar Marquez from North Las Vegas, Nev., was gifted tuition at College of Southern Nevada, where he plans to study music, sponsored by DeBlasi and the DeBlasi family.
Additional recent and upcoming happenings in and around Las Vegas include:
In celebration of 4000 performances of ABSINTHE, an intoxicating cocktail of circus, burlesque and vaudeville for a 21st century, adults-only audience, the raucous assistant to The Gazillionaire, Wanda Widdles orchestrated an unforgettable parade, bringing the stars of the Las Vegas Strip into the famous Spiegelworld tent on Friday, Oct. 26. At the end of the 10 p.m. show, Wanda Widdles appeared centerstage to share news of the milestone with the sold-out audience and to announce her finale celebration surprise for The Gazillionaire. Soon, dozens of street buskers and questionable characters – including Darth Vader, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Elmo, a handful of past-their-prime Playboy Bunnies, and more – rushed the aisles of the center-Strip, adults-only circus to recognize Gaz’s invaluable contributions to the city. The finale was topped off with the presentation of a magnificent three-tiered cake from Las Vegas’ own Freed’s Bakery.
ABSINTHE Celebrates 4000 Performances at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas - Photo credit: Gabe Ginsberg for Spiegelworld
ABSINTHE Celebrates 4000 Performances at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas - Photo credit: Gabe Ginsberg for Spiegelworld
ABSINTHE Celebrates 4000th Performance with Cake from Freeds Bakery - Photo credit: Gabe Ginsberg for Spiegelworld
“For tax reasons, I’ve been obliged to pay Wanda one penny for her services at each performance of ABSINTHE,” said The Gazillionaire. “Who knew she had been saving them up, and now she’s spent all $40 on an idiot parade to celebrate my 4,000th performance in Las Vegas. Thanks…I guess?”
On Thursday, October 25, famed magician and Las Vegas icon, LANCE BURTON, visited Opportunity Village and was named the official Grand Marshall of the 14th annual LAS VEGAS GREAT SANTA RUN on Saturday, December 1. Surrounded by the organization’s beloved clients and staff, Burton toured Opportunity Village’s Ralph & Betty Engelstad Campus and performed his famous tricks to an amazed audience. He was joined by friend and surprise guest entertainer, juggler/comedian Michael Goudeau.
Lance Burton and Michael Goudeau at OV - Photo courtesy of Opportunity Village
Lance Burton performs for clients at OV - Photo courtesy of Opportunity Village
Lance Burton Visit Opportunity Village - Photo courtesy of Opportunity Village
“I am thrilled to be this year’s Grand Marshal at OV’s Las Vegas Great Santa Run,” said Burton. “Meeting the clients today made the title all the more wonderful and I can’t wait to see the thousands of faces support this honorable cause on December 1.”
Returning to Downtown Las Vegas, the city’s favorite fundraiser will welcome Mayor Carolyn Goodman and The Strip’s Chippendales as the one-mile Kris Kringle Jingle Grand Marshals. Runners also will enjoy special performances by the cast of Human Nature, Gabriella Versace of SEXXY, Lorena Peril of Fantasy, and, of course, the beloved OV Elvi – the world’s only all-Elvis dance troupe.
New in 2018, the Las Vegas Great Santa Run will offer a post-race celebration in the Zappos’ Llama Lot featuring additional live entertainment, adult beverages, goat yoga, giant inflatable foosball and numerous food trucks and vendor booths.
The internationally-recognized event has easily become the city’s jolliest fun run. The Las Vegas Great Santa Run raises funds and awareness for Opportunity Village’s programs and services, which provide unparalleled opportunities, enrichment and support to nearly 2,000 Southern Nevada adults with disabilities and their families.
Registration is now open for the 2018 run at LVSantaRun.com and is $40 for general participation; free for children three and under; and $10 for canine companions. The package includes a five-piece Santa suit, a runner goody bag, a commemorative medal and entry into the new post-race celebration in the Zappos’ Llama Lot.
THE BLACK BELT CBD INVITATIONAL made history on Saturday, October 20, by awarding equal cash prizes to the male and female fighters, awarding Gilbert “Durinho” Burns, Rodolfo Vieira, and Ana Carolina Vieira with $30,000 for their wins. Founded by woman-led business Black Belt CBD, the event hosted fan-faves from the MMA circuit while promoting the importance of a more equal fighting field in the mixed martial arts arena. The official winners are: Middleweight No Gi: Gilbert “Durinho” Burns; Women Gi: Ana Carolina Vieira; Heavyweight Gi: Rodolfo Vieira; Superfight: Frank Mir.
Photo courtesy of Black Belt CBD
Photo courtesy of Black Belt CBD
Photo courtesy of Black Belt CBD
Vegas Indoor Skydiving raised more than $3,000 for the NSPCA, as it celebrated its third annual TUNNEL JAM FLIGHT COMPETITION AND INAUGURAL TUNNEL JAM CELEBRITY CHALLENGE, Friday, Oct. 19. The one-of-a-kind competition, which featured two divisions and 15 of the country’s best bodyflyers, also raised hundreds of dollars’ worth of much-needed pet items, including dog food, blankets and dog toys.
Tunnel Jam - Photo credit: Fred Morledge
Tunnel Jam - Photo credit: Fred Morledge
Vegas Indoor Skydiving Celebrity Challenge - Photo credit: Fred Morledge
Vegas Indoor Skydiving Celebrity Challenge - Photo credit: Fred Morledge
The renowned tunnel competition was kicked off by the inaugural Tunnel Jam Celebrity Challenge, featuring comedian Carrot Top, Vegas Golden Knights in-arena announcer Mark Shunock, BMX pro Ricardo Laguna and Five Finger Death Punch bassist, and former Vegas Indoor Skydiving instructor, Chris Kael. The celebrities attempted to throw a ball through a custom-made hoop, which was suspended in Vegas Indoor Skydiving’s 22-foot-tall wind tunnel, with the wind running at full speed. For every ball that went through the hoop, Vegas Indoor Skydiving and Love Hikes donated $100 to the NSPCA.
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas continued its 15th annual Oktoberfest celebration as the talented AUSTRALIAN BEE GEES brought a taste of “Night Fever” to the party when they tapped the keg on Friday, Oct. 19. Recreating hits from one of the most celebrated acts in music history, the group jumped on the Hofbräuhaus stage to perform a few songs for the enthusiastic Oktoberfest crowd. On Saturday, Oct. 20, the sultry men of CHIPPENDALES brought the heat to the Haus as they tapped the keg in their signature cuffs and collars.
Australian Bee Gees - Photo courtesy of Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas
Chippendales - Photo courtesy of Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas
Multi-platinum-selling artist and four-time Grammy Award winner LIONEL RICHIE performed the finale of his wildly successful residency, “Lionel Richie – All the Hits” at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Following his performance on Friday evening, October 19, Lionel joined friends, family and the entire crew from “Lionel Richie – All The Hits” for a celebratory after party at Strip House at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Also in attendance were executives from Live Nation Las Vegas and Caesars Entertainment. Richie was presented with a cake in honor of his successful residency.
Lionel Richie - Photo Credit: DeniseTruscello
Celebrating the fifth anniversary of the world’s-first NOBU HOTEL CAESARS PALACE, on Sunday, Oct. 21, Nobu Hotel partners including Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro, Meir Teper and executives Trevor Horwell, Struan McKenzie, joined Caesars Entertainment CEO and President Mark Frissora and Caesars Palace Regional President Gary Selesner for a special presentation on the sprawling outdoor terrace of the lavish Nobu Villa.
Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Celebrates Fifth Anniversary with Famed Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro, and Meir Teper Receiving Proclamation of "Nobu Day,” and Key to the Las Vegas Strip - Photo courtesy of Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
Addressing the group, Frissora praised the ongoing success of the partnership and announced a decade-long extension and future plans before Horwell shared Nobu Hotels global plans for 20 additional hotels by 2020.
The event concluded with Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak proclaiming October 19, 2018 as “Nobu Day”and presenting the Nobu Hotel partners with a Key to the Strip.
ALL IN AVIATION, along with partner Lone Mountain Aviation, celebrated the ceremonial ground breaking of their new facility at Henderson Executive Airport on Friday morning, October 12. The new aviation complex is scheduled to open in Spring 2019. The facility will include 25 hangars, 9,000 square feet of office space, training rooms, conference room, parts, avionics, pilot shop, and a 22,000-square-foot maintenance hangar.
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art’s current exhibit, PRIMAL WATER, closed Monday, October 22. Additional details about future exhibitions will be released in the coming weeks.
LOLLI & POPS, a growing mass-premium candy company, has opened two all-new locations inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas. Lolli & Pops is located near the South Canal Turnaround on The Venetian side, and the second location is located near the guest elevators on The Palazzo side on the shopping level. Now with three locations in Las Vegas, Lolli & Pops features an encyclopedia of the world’s finest candies and confections waiting to be discovered.
After celebrating a successful 10-year run at Luxor Hotel and Casino, the final performance of Criss Angel MINDFREAK LIVE! will be Sunday, Oct. 28.
Following a successful early summer run, BLINK-182 returns to complete its rock residency “KINGS OF THE WEEKEND” at the intimate Pearl Concert Theater inside the Palms Casino Resort. The remaining 2018 performances are October – 26-27, November – 2-3, 9-10, 16-17.Tickets are $35, $59, $79, $99, $109, and $169, plus applicable fees and are on sale now at the Pearl Concert Theater box office or any Station Casinos Rewards Center . Doors open at 8 p.m., show time 9 p.m.
Pop superstar BRITNEY SPEARS will launch her new spectacular residency, “Britney: Domination,” at Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort in February 2019.Tickets starting at $79 (including applicable service charges and fees) go on sale Friday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. PT. and can be purchased by calling the MGM Resorts International Call Center.
X1075’s HOLIDAY HAVOC NIGHT TWO returns to the Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 at 6 p.m. This year’s lineup features 311, Young the Giant, Iration, Dreamers and Barns Courtney. Tickets are $40, $70, $75, $100 and $150, plus applicable fees and go on sale Friday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. Guests under 21 must be accompanied by an adult.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and GRAMMY®-winning singer and songwriter OZZY OSBOURNE has rescheduled his previously-postponed show at MGM Grand Garden Arena for Saturday, July 20, 2019. Tickets for the original date on Saturday, Oct. 13 will be honored at the new date. Tickets are on sale now.
The legendary KRIS KRISTOFFERSON &THE STRANGERS will perform at The Smith Center in downtown las Vegas on Saturday, Jan. 26, at 7:30 p.m. Reserved seat tickets go on sale on Friday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m.
DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS DARE TO DREAM featuring Disney's smash hits Moana and Beauty and The Beast comes to Thomas & Mack Center for seven performances January 10 – 13, 2019. Hosts Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse bring audiences on an expedition across raging seas and snow-covered mountains in this action-packed extravaganza featuring beloved characters from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Frozen, Tangled and Cinderella. Tickets starting at $15 go on sale October 30, 2018 and can be purchased at Thomas & Mack Center box office and La Bonita Supermarkets. Restrictions, exclusions and additional charges may apply.
Gilley’s Saloon at Treasure Island will host a HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST and live music on Oct 31. The event will include: A $850 costume contest with $500 first place, $250 second place and $100 third place prizes; Drink specials featuring Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Jack Daniel’s and El Jimador; Live music with Scotty Alexander starting at 9 p.m.
Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop at Paris Las Vegas will celebrate Halloween with an after party for Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) attendees, hosted by DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia, on Wednesday, Oct. 31. The party will include a performance by DJ Paul, who is best known for songs including “Crazy” and “Who Run It.” Plus, ladies with valid Nevada IDs will receive complimentary beverages until midnight. Admission to the party starts at $30.
Current CMA “Vocal Group of the Year” nominee LADY ANTEBELLUM has announced their first-ever Las Vegas residency, OUR KIND OF VEGAS, launching Feb. 8, 2019 at the Palms Casino Resort’s Pearl Concert Theater. As the first Country act to headline the venue, the seven-time GRAMMY award-winning trio will combine their chart-topping songs with unparalleled production and multidimensional staging. Known for taking their headlining run worldwide, Lady A will bring Nashville to Sin City with stripped-down performances each night that will often feature the songwriters behind the group’s fan-favorite hits. Tickets start at $34.95, plus applicable fees and will be on sale to the public on Friday November 2.
Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas, in conjunction with Admit.VIP entertainment unveil their new hilarious production, RINGSIDE COMEDY, featuring talented celebrities from the MMA, WWE and boxing worlds. As fans favorite stars take over the stage, they will share stories and jokes from their glory days that will leave guests in stiches. Marking the first installation in the Ringside Comedy saga, WWE Super Star Rob Van Dam will take over the Night Owl Showroom for a limited time engagement from Thursday, Nov. 1 to Saturday Nov. 3, 2018 with performances beginning at 9 p.m. Rob’s performance will be accompanied by comedian Tom Garland and pro-wrestler Katie Forbes. Tickets start at $44.95.
The Department of Fine Arts Music Program presents CSN’s popular and talented Jazz Singers at this year’s VOCAL JAZZ SOLO NIGHTS on Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the Jay Morrison Recital Hall at CSN’s North Las Vegas campus. This semester students will be performing a variety of difficult arrangements and solos. The concert will include a lively variety of styles including Bee-Bop, Big Band and Jazz Fusion. General Admission is $8 and $5 for students and seniors.For more information, please contact CSN’s Performing Arts Center Box Office at 702-651-LIVE (5483).
LEGENDS IN CONCERT, the longest-running show in Las Vegas, has announced an all-new residency at Tropicana Las Vegas. Set to debut the second week of February 2019, the acclaimed production boasting an incomparable cast of music legends, will bring its 35-year continuously operating musical tribute spectacular to the Legends in Concert Theater as its 7 p.m. headlining show.
Known as the best-selling country vocal group of the past decade, RASCAL FLATTS brings their BACK TO US TOUR to Harrah’s Laughlin where the trio will perform at the Rio Vista Outdoor Amphitheater on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. General ticket prices begin at $39.50, plus applicable tax and fees and are on sale now at the Harrah’s Laughlin box office.
HAKKASAN GROUP CELEBRATES NATIONAL VETERANS AND MILITARY FAMILIES MONTH, Nov. 1 through Nov. 30, with TWO EXCLUSIVE OFFERS INCLUDING FREE ENTRY, plus a guest, to its acclaimed nightlife venues, and 20 percent off dining at select restaurants.
Retired and active military men and women, with valid I.D., will enjoy FREE entry, plus one guest, at the world-renowned nightclubs OMNIA at Caesars Palace, JEWEL at ARIA Resort & Casino, 1OAK at The Mirage Hotel & Casino and Hakkasan at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. During the month of November, A-list artists on the entertainment roster include Tiësto, Zedd, Steve Aoki, Kaskade and more.
Additionally, servicemen and servicewomen, with valid I.D., will receive 20 percent off dining at Searsucker inside Caesars Palace and Hakkasan restaurant at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.
UNITED BARTNENDERS' GUILD'S (USBG) LAS VEGAS CHAPTER will kick-off KEEP MEMORY ALIVE'S MONTH OF MEMORIES INITIATIVE this November on Monday, Nov. 5 from 5 to 9 p.m. at Apex Social Club at the Palms Casino Resort. As purple is the official color of Alzheimer’s awareness, attendees will partake in the attempt at breaking the world record by pouring a bottle of Empress gin into a 300-gallon vessel. Tickets are priced at $30 per person for USBG members and $50 per person for those not affiliated with the organization. Attendees will enjoy the breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip as they partake in attempting to break a world record for the largest mixed drink. All proceeds generated from the event will be donated to Keep Memory Alive, which supports Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. The funds will help to continue to support clinical research and programs as well as free caregiver resources at the center.The kick-off event is open to the public. Tickets are on sale now and include entrance into the cocktail reception as well as partaking in the attempt at breaking the world record. USBG members must present their membership number at the time of purchase. Guests must be 21 and over to attend. To purchase tickets, please visit www.keepmemoryalive.org/gandt.
Tickets are on sale now to see MONTEZ DE DURANGO live on Wednesday, Nov. 7 as part of the new Wednesday Latin Series at the Star of the Desert Arena in Primm. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $20.
PT’s TAVERNS, with 60 locations throughout the Las Vegas Valley and Nevada, including PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Company, Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar, will EXTEND HAPPY HOUR FOR MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS in honor of Veterans Day on Sunday, Nov. 11. PT’s Taverns will offer happy hour selections throughout the entire day to veterans and active-duty service members who present a valid military ID. PT’s Happy Hour offers a 50 percent discount on drinks including wines by the glass, premium spirits and all craft and import beer.
CHATEAU NIGHTCLUB & ROOFTOP, located under the iconic Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas, will celebrate the upcoming UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS BALL with FREE entry for active and retired military who present a valid military ID on Friday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 17.
British music icons DURAN DURAN to The Chelsea will perform in concert at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas for a two-night engagement on Friday, Feb. 22, and Saturday, Feb. 23. Tickets start at $49 plus applicable taxes and fees and are now on sale.
Friday, October 26...
Actor/singer Darren Criss was spotted dining in the private room at Beauty & Essex inside The Cosmopolitan. Joined by his band, the group celebrated the next leg of his tour with Lea Michele. Also at the dinner, Mike Shouhed from Shahs of Sunset.
The Chainsmokers, Floyd Mayweather, Jermaine, model Tyson Beckford, New York Yankees Giancarlo Stanton, The Hills’ Frankie Delgado, poker personality Rick Solomon, and Vegas Golden Knights William Karlsson, Alex Tuch, and Malcolm Subban were among the VIP guests at the Grand Opening celebration of the new restaurant, CATCH, at ARIA Resort & Casino.
CATCH Hospitality Group Partners Mark Birnbaum, Tilman Fertitta, Eugene Remm celebrate CATCH Las Vegas Opening - Photo credit: Getty Images Denise Truscello
Giancarlo Stanton and Frankie Delgado celebrate CATCH Las Vegas Grand Opening at ARIA Resort Casino - Photo credit: Getty Images Denise Truscello
Mark Birnbaum and Eugene Remm at CATCH Las Vegas Grand Opening - Photo credit: Getty Images Denise Truscello
Mark Birnbaum and Jermaine Dupri at CATCH Las Vegas Grand Opening at ARIA Resort Casino in Las Vegas - Photo credit: Getty Images Denise Truscello
Mark Birnbaum, Floyd Mayweather, Tilman Fertitta, and Eugene Remm Celebrate CATCH Las Vegas Grand Opening at ARIA Resort Casino in Las Vegas - Photo credit: Getty Images Denise Truscello
The Chainsmokers celebrate CATCH Las Vegas grand opening at ARIA Resort Casino - Photo credit: Getty Images Denise Truscello
Tim Cash and Rudy Manusco celebrate CATCH Grand Opening at ARIA Resort Casino - Photo credit: Getty Images Denise Truscello
Vegas Golden Knights Oscar Lindberg Malcolm Subban and William Karlsson at CATCH Las Vegas Grand Opening at ARIA Resort Casino - Photo credit: Getty Images Denise Truscello
Sunday evening, October 21...
UFC’s Dana White, and in another party, actors Owen Wilson and Billy Zane were spotted in the audience at Simple Minds' concert at the Pearl Theatre inside the Palms Casino Resort.
Saturday, October 20...
Academy award winning actress Charlize Theron hosted Annual Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project Fundraiser at The Venetian Resort. CTAOP’s mission is to invest in African youth to keep themselves safe from HIV. All proceeds from the evening benefitted CTAOP-supported programs on the ground in South Africa and Rwanda.
Charlize Theron - Photo courtesy of Venetian Las Vegas
Vanderpump Rules stars Brittany Cartwright, Tom Sandoval and Ariana Maddox dined at Beauty & Essex inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas before heading to Marquee Nightclub to dance to DJ Chuckie.
At TAO Nightclub inside The Venetian, Alex Bregman, infielder for the Houston Astros, was spotted taking in the sounds of DJ Mike Attack from a VIP table.
Friday, October. 19...
Travel Channel host Andrew Zimmern was spotted at Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Supermodel-actress Cara Delevingne and “Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson were spotted attending MAGIC MIKE LIVE at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson Attend MAGIC MIKE LIVE 10.19.18- Photo courtesy MAGIC MIKE LIVE Photography
Vegas Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault was spotted attending the 8 p.m. performance of ABSINTHE at Caesars Palace. Also in attendance, actresses Marsha Warfield, of “Night Court” fame, and Roz Ryan, known for roles on “Hercules,” “Amen” and more, stopped backstage for a photo with Gaz and his raucous assistant Wanda Widdles.
Jonathan Marchessault Attends ABSINTHE - Photo credit: Fabian Pino Spiegelworld Photography
Marsha Wafield and Roz Ryan Attend ABSINTHE - Photo credit: Fabian Pino Spiegelworld Photography
Thursday night, October 18...
Model and actress Olivia Culpo dined at Beauty & Essex inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Wednesday, October 17...
Coming off their Tuesday night win against the Buffalo Sabres, Vegas Golden Knights center Cody Eakin and forward Erik Haula were spotted attending the 8 p.m. performance of Opium at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.