R&B group New Edition will bring their New Jack Swing tunes to Las Vegas early next year. The Grammy-nominated sextet announced Monday that New Edition: Las Vegas will kick off Feb. 28. The group confirmed six residency shows at ...
The biggest question lingering in the minds of audience members attending Babyface’s concert Friday at the Pearl Theater wasn’t whether they’d be treated to an incredible night of music. Instead, it was whether the ...
All eyes are on the Sphere this weekend, as the one-of-a-kind event and entertainment venue — which has garnered worldwide attention for its unique architectural and technological design — celebrates its grand opening in Las Vegas.
When Drake, the acclaimed singer and rapper, finally made his appearance Friday and descended a lower-bowl stairway at the center of T-Mobile Arena on his way to the stage, the crowd was beyond being full of anticipation.
As expected, Carpenter was a dynamo on stage. Wearing a bluejean blue dress with an accent chain and knee-length black boots, she strutted, danced and swayed about on the stage at the Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.
Take 44 songs from a catalog created over more nearly two decades, toss in some amazing lighting, effects and staging, sprinkle in dancers, acrobats, bicyclists and a superstar singer-songwriter, put it all in front of 60,000 or so screaming fans on consecutive nights, and you have the ingredients for Taylor Swift’s “Eras” tour stop this past weekend at Allegiant Stadium.
Who could sit while Keith Urban, the four-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and guitarist extraordinaire, and his band pounded out hit after high-energy hit during the nearly two-hour sold-out show?