NBT honoree Judy Collins’ rendition of “Send In The Clowns” is among her many hits.
A decade ago, Electric Daisy Carnival first touched down in Las Vegas in a cocoon of light and sound. Here are 10 particularly memorable moments since EDC relocated to Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Jen Kramer is unique as a trailblazer among female magicians, and also as a Yale graduate who headlines at the hotel where Elvis once starred.
Music legends Rod Stewart and Smokey Robinson and are not finished headlining on the Strip. Both performers have announced dates in the coming year.
Lizzo will close the year at the The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, and she will count it down.
Singing superstar Celine Dion is delaying the opening of her residency at Resorts World because of medical issue. Carrie Underwood will now open the new The Theater venue.
Critically injured Las Vegas stunt performer Jonathan Goodwin has been responsive in text, though has requested the contents of the messages be private.
Electric Daisy Carnival is the world’s biggest dance music festival. And it’s here in this warehouse where EDC’s seeds are planted, where it begins taking physical shape.
Smokey Robinson launched his career, and Motown Records, with English-language songs. He’s expanding to Spanish.
Andrew and Mike Tierney and Toby Allen are performing without Phil Burton for the first time in Human Nature.
Lady Gaga’s midshow name adjustment and many costume changes peppered her “Jazz + Piano” relaunch.
Dolby Live is in, Park Theater is out as the name of the venue at Park MGM.
Ice Cube headlining “Nightmare on Q Street,” a film festival and a renaissance fair highlight things to do around the Las Vegas Valley this week.