David Lee Roth apparently won't be jumping into retirement quite as early as he initially planned. Back in October, the 67-year-old founding Van Halen frontman shocked fans when he announced that he'd retire after the five-show
Carrie Underwood launched her Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency earlier this week with a sold-out show at the newly-opened Resorts World Theatre. She’s the first artist to play the brand-new stage, and her show featured an array of dazzling stage decors and aesthetics, including aerialists,... Read More.
Carlos Santana has canceled all the December shows of his Las Vegas show at the House of Blues, because he's recovering from what's described as an "unscheduled heart procedure." The 74-year-old guitar legend posted a video on
Last month, The Black Crowes played a special two-night Las Vegas engagement at the House of Blues, and now the veteran rockers have announced plans to return to the venue in February 2022 for a pair of new concerts. The band's residency, dubbed The Black... Read More.
Keith Urban is gearing up for a big return to the stage in 2022, starting with three new dates in Las Vegas. Next Memorial Day weekend, Keith will return to the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace to continue his Keith Urban Live - Las Vegas residency.... Read More.
KISS will no longer be turning Sin City into Rock City in late 2021 and early 2022. The band's upcoming Las Vegas residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino has been canceled, according to the
Luke Bryan's upcoming Las Vegas residency originally had a very different name when he began conceptualizing the show. Luke reminisced with fellow American Idol judge Katy Perry, who is filling in as host on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, about brainstorming ideas for their upcoming residences at the
Metallica is off to Sin City. The metal legends have announced a show at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas -- the home of the Las Vegas Raiders -- taking place February 25, 2022. Greta Van Fleet will also be on the bill, along with another... Read More.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, which is apparently why Rod Stewart has remained there for 10 years and counting. The legendary singer has announced that he'll return to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in 2022 for ten performances of his