Tiësto’s headlining legacy on the Strip runs deep. Zouk is tapping into that history.
Usher’s team brought $100 denomination “Ushbucks” to Sapphire. Some performers, who are independent contractors, were fooled.
The Sahara pool deck is undergoing what seems its most ambitious overhaul yet. The watery annex is just about finished, set for a summer opening.
Zedd is the first resident DJ, and first resident headliner of any type, at Resorts World Las Vegas.
The West Side Oasis plans to cater to celebrities and locals alike. Mike Tyson already has stopped by.
The colors pop like fireworks at the Rockstar Bar, one of first new clubs to open in Las Vegas since the pandemic.
Nieve Malandra is first up as 1923 Prohibition Bar at Mandalay Bay returns to live entertainment.
Several of Las Vegas’ famous pool-party spaces are back in business beginning in March and running through the summer.
The popular Encore Beach Club is reopening for pool season in March.
Omnia at Caesars Palace, Wet Republic at MGM Grand and Liquid Pool at Aria are back in March.
Veteran entertainment visionaries Franco Dragone and Criss Angel are collaborating in a new venue under “Mr. Smiles and Molly,” set to open in Las Vegas this year.
Dennis Rodman dove into The Beach Nightclub during its apex that June evening, a trip famous because it took place on an off night during the 1997 NBA Finals.
“Bar Rescue” star Jon Taffer says, “Rather than freaking out about the pandemic, I’ve just been focused on, ‘What do our businesses look like when we’re open?’ ”