It was something of a test, loading “One Epic Night” into the Plaza Showroom. Anyone observing this show knew the pass-fail grade would be rendered quickly. Well, “One Epic Night” opened Sept. 29. It closed and loaded out this afternoon.
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The former heavyweight champion deals with a few missteps and rowdy fans, but “Undisputed Truth” is always a memorable experience.
The seventh installment of the teeming-with-acrobats production Circus Couture is “Lucky,” for its seventh performance.
After two months away, Pia Zadora is back with her shtick-filled and musically superior supper-club show at Piero’s.
The Rolling Stones played 14 songs in 90 minutes at the Bellagio on Monday night and came away with a $4 million payday.
Cyndi Lauper is taking her “Detour” through Las Vegas, a winding route lined with an imitation Elvis and a genuine family connection.
David Perrico’s Pop Strings played a classic, rowdy Vegas lounge show on Saturday to re-open Cleopatra’s Barge.
Cirque du Soleil is the Strip’s predominant production company, and Tuesday, it dominates ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
Tyler Robinson was a huge fan of Imagine Dragons, and his presence was felt at the “Slay Cancer With Dragons” event at Caesars Palace.
Wanna dance? The cast of “Cherry Boom Boom” does, having taken over the old “Folies” showroom at the Trop.
Route 91 could well expand and move to the north end of the Strip, but why mess with this vibe?
A ‘Chuck E. Cheese gone bad’ is among the themes visitors to Fright Dome can expect.
It’s taken less than a week to find out who is moving (for now) into the post-Matt Goss Gossy Room.
In her Strip debut, Brenda Lee was not allowed in the casino of the hotel in which she headlined.
The first headliner at Park Theater, Stevie Nicks has sold more than 140 million albums through her career.