Every March Madness game will be televised on the big screens for the ultimate game experience. Your ticket price includes an open bar and an all-you-can-eat buffet, so get ready to chow down, throw a few back and place a few bets during the madness. The mania begins at 9 a.m. and goes until 9 p.m., March 15 - 17. Tickets start at $195 and are available at

The basketball mania will continue this March at Play it Again Sams, where you can chill out in a locals-friendly atmosphere and enjoy $15 buckets of domestic beer, $25 buckets of Corona and $5 shot specials. For more info visit or call 702-876-1500.

Get the true rock n’ roll experience your leather pants have been waiting for. Tenors of Rock are the band for you if you’re a rock n’ roll groupie, looking to rock out to such classics as “Whole Lotta Love,” “Sweet Child O’ Mine” “Living on a Prayer.” Tenors of Rock perform Harrah’s Resort and Casino at 8 p.m. Wednesday - Sunday. Tickets start at $40.99 and are available at, or by calling 1-866-983-4279. Must be five years of age or older.

Ricky Martin began appearing in commercials at age six, and then was a member of teen singing group Menudo. After finishing high school, he appeared on stage and television and pursued his solo career. Known for the mega-hits “Livin’ La Vida Loca” and “She Bangs,” Ricky has become a musical icon. Ricky Martin performs March 15 -25 at The Park Theater at The Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino. Showtime is 8 p.m. and tickets start at $95.83 and are available at




Elvis Costello is bringing his brand new show, NOW/NOT NOW, to Wynn for a spectacular six-night run in the intimate Encore Theater on select dates from February 28 through March 10, 2018 at 8 p.m. Elvis Costello & The Imposters will debut new songs along with some of the best and most familiar ones from his celebrated repertoire, a collection Costello himself calls the “hits and headlines, waifs and strays.” Fans are in for an evening of timeless pop melodies, dramatic piano ballads and solo narrative interludes, framed by renowned rock and soul rave-ups, The Imposters, featuring bassist Davey Faragher along with original Attractions members, drummer Pete Thomas and keyboardist Steve Nieve. Tickets are available at or by calling 702-770-9966. Select a VIP package or pair your ticket with a specialty menu offered at one of our resort’s award-winning restaurants.


Six-time GRAMMY Award winner, Golden Globe Award winner and Academy Award-nominee superstar entertainer Lady Gaga has inked a deal for a residency at Park Theater at Park MGM and will bring her one-of-a-kind talent and creativity to the stage in Las Vegas beginning in December 2018.


What tickles your fancy? Straight-way, bi-way, love in numbers, avant-garde? Sneak a peek at Vegas’ world of “eye-candy,” at Zumanity. Somewhat like Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory for adults, offering a visual buffet of varied secret sweets and spices that would entice even Willy.

As a favorite song gives you goosebumps along with a pleasant memory, Zumanity provokes your senses with curiously illicit intent.  Take your time to breathe in the exotic ambiance, and get ready to laugh while being titillated in a cabaret-style by the athletic wonders of the human body.

Hop on and ride the visual funhouse, full of peeps and hushed dimly lit corners, to vivaciously bold—in your face—glittering muscles. With a taste of naughty and a little tease of nice, Zumanity spans the sexual horizon while gently tilting to the left, gaining strength on the cabaret-end with its “other than missionary”-style.


Beth Hart, the GRAMMY-nominated singer and songwriter that Blues Magazine dubbed “the ultimate female rock star,” will support her latest studio album, “Fire On The Floor” with a performance at House of Blues Las Vegas.

Hart is currently riding a creative tidal wave, firing out acclaimed albums, hooking up with the biggest names in music, and rocking the house each night with that celebrated burnt-honey voice. She has recently packed ever-larger venues around the world including Nashville’s iconic Ryman Auditorium and London’s Royal Albert Hall— and received a nomination from the American Blues Foundation in the category of Contemporary Blues Female Artist.

Hart performs February 17 at 7:30 p.m. Ticket start at $30 and are available at

Showtimes are 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Fridays through Tuesdays at New York New York Hotel and Casino. Tickets start at $69 and are available at or at New York New York box office at 866-606-7111.





Rapper Pitbull brings his music and entertainment to Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Audiences can count on Pitbull for a show that blends Latin-flavored hip-hop tunes and stunning special effects. Besides his popular compilations with Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo and Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull has hits of his own, with these chart-topping songs include “Don’t Stop the Party,” “Give Me Everything” and “Back in Time.” Pitbull is anticipated to bring the party atmosphere of his hometown, Miami, to the city best known for giving visitors the freedom to try things they’ve never tried before. Known as “Mr. Worldwide,” Pitbull performs at 9 p.m. January 17,19, 20, 24, and 27 at Planet Hollywood. Tickets start at $79 and are available at


With wild blond hair, Murray is hard to miss. Over 22 million viewers nationwide have watched this charismatic magician perform as a semifinalist on the NBC hit show “America’s Got Talent.” Murray is well known for his YouTube channel and with a knack for keeping his audience entranced with amazement, his show at Planet Hollywood gives his onlookers a uniquely immersive experience. Aside from “America’s Got Talent,” Murray has guest starred as a magic expert on the History Channel’s hit TV series “Pawn Stars.” His other TV credits include VH1’s “Celebracadabra” and “Tough Love,” Comedy Central’s “Reno 911,” NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and Fox’s “Celebrity Blind Date.” Murray performs at 4 p.m. Thursday - Tuesday. Tickets start at $35 and are available at


Frank Marino rocks in Divas! After starring in “La Cage” at Riviera for more than 20 years, this Vegas icon is taking audiences by storm in his show at The LINQ. During the 75-minute revue, superstar female impersonators portray famous divas including Britney Spears, Cher, Madonna, Dolly Parton, Diana Ross and Beyonce. Marino stars as comic icon Joan Rivers and host of the show. Tickets start at $72 and are available at

Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas introduces robot Pepper. Her home is on the hotel’s 23rd floor Sky Lobby, with the title technical ambassador. Pepper answers all questions about the hotel as well as entertaining visitors by dancing or telling a stories. She handles information requests and provides a wonderful surprise for guests visiting the resort.


Queens of the Stone Age monolithic seventh album, Villains (released Aug. 25 on Matador Records), has stolen the hearts and souls of the music-loving—and purchasing—populace the world over, debuting at No. 1 in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland and Portugal, as well as at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the U.S. album chart. With the unlikely pairing of producer Mark Ronson and Queens Of The Stone Age now a scientifically proven success, Joshua Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen, Dean Fertita, Michael Shuman and Jon Theodore are taking the new songs on the road with their Villains world tour. Queens performs Friday, February 16th at The Chelsea at Cosmopolitan. Tickets start at $49, and the show is at 8 p.m. and are available at






Bruno Mars, a 17-time GRAMMY® Award nominee, has sold more than 100 million singles and albums worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all-time. His debut album “Doo-Wops & Hooligans,” released in October 2010, has been certified platinum 39 times. His second album, “Unorthodox Jukebox,” debuted in 2012, peaking at No. 1 in the U.S. Mars performs Saturday and Sunday at 9 p.m. on December 30 and 31 at The Park Theater at Monte Carlo. Saturday’s show is sold out but tickets are available for New Years Eve and start at $275 at

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Award-winning Harris stands as the figurehead for modern dance music and is listed by Forbes magazine as the world’s top-earning DJ for the second consecutive year. His record-breaking career includes being the first British solo artist to reach one billion streams and having the most number one hits from a studio album, surpassing even Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Tickets are $200 and available at ticket Doors open at 8 p.m.

For those seeking a saucy, sumptuous and all-around awe-inspiring evening of entertainment, look no further than Le Rêve at Wynn Las Vegas. You’ll never know how sexy it can be to kick water in someone’s face until you see this show (kinda makes us want to slosh through every puddle we see).

An escape from reality, Le Rêve, French for the Dream, takes you through passion and heartbreak in a storyline that is about as steamy as it gets…and we’re not talking about the red-hot fire and water action either.

The show’s water elements perfectly accentuate the performers’ chiseled figures, making the already slinky costumes cling in all the right places, if you know what we mean. The fire and fog create intensity and mystery to an already unbelievable submerging set. There’s dancing, acrobatics, synchronized swimmers, divers and so much more. This is one show you can’t miss, just trust us on this one…you’ll forget about all those meetings and to-do lists when you melt into the colorful aquatic wonderland that is Le Rêve. Le Rêve performs at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Friday through Tuesday at Wynn Las Vegas. Tickets start at $115 and are available at

The world fell in love with him and his magic on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” and now we’re claiming Mat Franco as our own with his headlining magic show at The LINQ. Winner of season nine, this guy has already proven that he has the mojo to wow a massive audience with his sleight of hand and out-of-this-world magic. Oh, and his charisma just cranks it all up to 11.

Performed in an intimate showroom, we love that we can get right up close to the stage to see if we can figure him out. And we’re happy to say we have – he’s obviously a wizard. He will, however, teach you one trick during the show that’ll make you want to slap your forehead, but you’ll still be dumbfounded for the remaining 85 minutes of magic. Like, c’mon… how does he get the phone in the audience booth?! Or the playing card in the Ramen package? Scratching your head too? Franco performs at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday at The LINQ. Tickets start at $59 and are available at

The year was 2005, and Johnson was brand new to the country scene after being signed on by BNA Records. Ten years later, people are still hooting and hollering over him, especially when they found out he was coming to Vegas (close to the holidays). It’s a country Christmas y’all, and Johnson is the present wrapped up in a bow. He’ll be singing his hits like “The Guitar Song,” “That Lonesome Song” and “The Dollar” and we’ll be moving and swaying to every guitar strum.

Time to learn a thing or two when Jamey Johnson comes to Vegas. Johnson performs at 10 p.m. Friday, December 15 at The Golden Nugget. Tickets start at $149.06 and are available at





The Chainsmokers have become the hottest young American EDM DJ duo. Their live shows are becoming the most sought after in EDM. Their wild antics, hilarious personalities, and addicting productions have fans interacting with them non stop and running to see them live every chance they get. Their signature sound has its foundations in indie, progressive and pop music. On the production front, their original tracks have all reached the Beatport top charts and their remixes always hit #1 on the HypeM charts. The Chainsmokers perform November 11, 17 and 25 at XS Nightclub at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. Tickets are $30 for female GA and $50 for male GA and are available at


The Vegas Golden Knights host the Los Angeles Kings on November 19 at 5 p.m., the San Jose Sharks on November 24 at 7 p.m., and the Dallas Stars on November 28 at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $65 and are available at


Zombie Burlesque manages to satisfy those who come for the antics of the undead and the booty twerking, alike. Zombie Burlesque is, plain and simply, a good time. Because we’re all 15-years-old at heart so jokes about flesh-eating and fornicating will obviously never get old, but the dancing, singing, body bending and aerial routines will have your jaw dropping in amazement. Tickets start at $50 and are available at


Mixing pop classics with Doo-wop, Motown, soul standards and more, Human Nature, Australia’s top-selling pop vocal group and Las Vegas headliners, is bringing audiences a show experience unlike any other on the Strip. Effortlessly blending retro cool with contemporary sounds, “Jukebox” takes audiences on an unforgettable journey through various genres.

Starting with the classics of the Doo-wop era, Human Nature pays tribute to the legends of Motown and soul and carries through to today’s breakout sensations. With song selections ranging from “Under the Boardwalk” to “Uptown Funk,” the four men of Human Nature will have everyone dancing in their seats and tapping their toes along to the beat. Tickets start at $65 and are available at


Backstreet’s back alright! In a time where boy bands were everything, and the term fangirl was coined, Backstreet Boys were one of the hottest, and still one of the most memorable boy bands out there. We’re still struggling to decide which of the five is the hottest. Your votes would be greatly appreciated.

The boy band rose to fame in 1997 when they released their first self-titled album, and just two years later they released “Millennium.” Both albums received Diamond Awards for selling more than 10 million copies. Continuing to scorch the music scene, the group went on to sell more than 75 million albums worldwide.

Brush up on the lyrics, practice your dance moves and bring out that old Backstreet Boys tee we know you still have. It’s time to watch these boys take the Vegas stage one more time. Backstreet Boys perform 11 shows November 8 - 18 at the Axis Theater at Planet Hollywood. Tickets start at $104.11 and are available at


Tune in to your favorite Las Vegas-based reality TV shows in person on this 4.5 hour VIP reality show tour. Visit the locations of shows like “Tanked,” “American Restoration,” “Counting Cars,” “Toy Shack,” “Ultimate Sports and Memorabilia” and “Pawn Stars.” Upgrade your experience to include a guaranteed meet-and-greet with one of the cast members of “Pawn Stars.” Your reality show adventure begins with a visit to the famed Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, home of hit TV show “Pawn Stars.” Next, it’s off to see the shop of Animal Planet’s hit show “Tanked,” which dives into the operations of the nation’s largest aquarium manufacturing company. Then stop by Pawn Stars regular Danny Koker’s automobile restoration and customization company, Count’s Kustoms, home to the show “Counting Cars.” At American Restoration, metal artist Rick Dale, his teenage son and the staff at Rick’s Restorations take rusty, old items like slot machines and gas carts and magically return them to their original luster. You’ll also pop into Ultimate Sports Cards & Memorabilia. Prices are $69.99 for the tour only and $124.99 for the tour and a meet and greet with stars. Tickets are available at

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