Vegas Happenings for 4/13/23
Highly Anticipated Disney Animation: Immersive Experience Opens in Las Vegas
On Thursday evening, March 29, I along with select members of the media were invited to a sneak peak of Disney Animation: Immersive Experience, a one-of-a-kind immersive experience that opened to the public at Lighthouse ArtSpace Las Vegas (at The Shops at Crystals, 3720 S Las Vegas Blvd.,) on March 30. The project is the result of a brilliant, artistic collaboration between Walt Disney Animation Studios and Lighthouse Immersive Studios, the producers of the blockbuster Immersive Van Gogh, which recently ended a successful run in the same space.
For nearly a century Walt Disney Animation Studios has created iconic animated stories for all ages and now they have partnered with North America’s top creator of experiential projection exhibitions to present the music and artistry within Disney Animation’s archive of films—from recent hits like Encanto, Zootopia and Frozen, to all of the classics including The Lion King, Peter Pan and Pinocchio. And, for the first time, the public will get to see clips from Under The Sea in a manner they have never experienced.
As soon as you enter this magical, 360 immersive environment you will feel like you are swept into the incredible worlds of beloved Disney characters that are brought to life from the projected animated videos surrounding the room from floor to ceiling. Additional interactive features include responsive projection design that moves with the audience and custom wristbands that light up in sync with the projections and based on the audiences’ movements through the galleries. For example, animated stars are projected on the ground below your feet and for each step you take the stars move forward along your path. Guests will also enjoy a show stopping surprise that comes in the form of thousands of cascading bubbles that descend from the ceiling throughout the gallery that replicate the images projected on the screen.
On hand for the special sneak peak was Oscar®-winning producer J. Miles Dale (Best Picture 2018 -The Shape of Water) leader of the creative team for the Disney Animation: Immersive Experience, who said ‘Families can enjoy this together as it expresses dreaming, hoping and wishing.”
Lighthouse Immersive founder Corey Ross has described this immersive experience perfectly: “Just imagine journeying through Zootopia with Judy Hopps, diving to the ocean floor with Ariel, flying on a magic carpet with Aladdin, and stepping into Casita with Mirabel and the family Madrigal. This is where the Disney Animation: Immersive Experience will take you.”
For anyone who is a Disney fan and families of all ages, this is a must see experience.
Tickets to the family friendly Disney Animation: Immersive Experience start at $39.99.
Luke Bryan Headlines Private Concert at the 23rd Annual Governor’s Black Tie Presented by Olympia Companies Charitable Foundation
Olympia Companies Charitable Foundation (OCCF) kicked off its 23rd annual Governor’s Black Tie event March 30-April 1 at M Resort Spa Casino. Headlined by country music royalty and current celebrity judge on ABC’s American Idol, Luke Bryan, OCCF raised more than $1.6 million dollars during the annual three-day event.
Money raised from the weekend will support eight local charities including the Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada, Candlelighters, Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation, Children’s Heart Foundation, Assistance League of Las Vegas, Opportunity Village, Andson, and Discovery Children’s Museum.
Since its first charitable event in 2000, Olympia Companies Charitable Foundation, founded by Garry Goett and Guy Inzalaco, has led the charge to improve the quality of life for women and children in Southern Nevada by raising $27 million dollars from its various fundraising events and numerous philanthropic endeavors.
Supported by the Governor of Nevada since its inception, the Governor’s Black Tie continues to be the premier fundraising event in the state of Nevada. The three-day gala kicked off Thursday with the Governor’s Grand Bash. Held inside the Milan Ballroom at The M due to weather, the Grand Bash began with an impressive strolling-style dinner followed by a program emceed by host, Mark Shunock. Nevada native and former American Idol contestant Johanna Lyn Jones sang a rousing patriotic tribute before Garry Goett and OCCF Executive Director Angela Rock presented the benefitting charities and kicked off the live auction featuring items including four tickets to Super Bowl LVIII 2024 held for the first time ever in Las Vegas, a 2023 Range Rover Sport from Jaguar Land Rover Las Vegas, vacation packages from Inspirato and more. The highlight of the evening was a private performance by country music icon Luke Bryan that had all attendees up on their feet and dancing the night away.
Friday started the two-day golf tournament with Governor Joe Lombardo and Garry Goett on hand welcoming golfers and posing for photos. New this year, golfers each received a custom cowboy hat provided by the ultimate Western-lifestyle headwear provider, Resistol. Festivities continued in the evening with the formal black-tie reception and plated dinner at Southern Highlands Golf Club, concluding with an impressive ten-minute firework display.
Saturday saw the first-ever, First Lady’s Luncheon with honored guest Nevada’s First Lady Donna Lombardo. Under sunny skies, attendees enjoyed shopping pop-ups presented by a variety of retailers from The Forum Shops at Caesars. The day continued with tournament play which wrapped Saturday afternoon with a million-dollar shot competition and closing awards ceremony.
Garry Goett, the founder of Olympia Companies Charitable Foundation and CEO of Olympia Companies, said, "We started this with a vision to improve the quality of life for women, children, and families in need in Southern Nevada. Supporting charities that align with our vision is a priority for us at Olympia, and we work very hard to ensure the Governor’s Black Tie champions this cause. We are grateful for the work of our charity partners and the support of Governor Lombardo, our sponsors, and this year’s attendees."
For more information about Olympia Companies Charitable Foundation or to donate, visit www.olympiacompaniesfoundation.org
Additional recent and upcoming “happenings” in and around Las Vegas include:
After being dark for decades, the iconic, almost 80 year old HUNTRIDGE THEATRE on E. Charleston Blvd. and Maryland Parkway is making a welcome comeback as part of a plan to restore cultural sites in downtown Las Vegas. For the first time, in almost twenty years, on Friday night, April 7, the sign and marquee on the HUNTRIDGE THEATER was turned on. On hand for the marquee lighting ceremony was Mayor Carolyn Goodman. Celebratory festivities featured live music, food trucks, and activities for the whole family.
The theater opened in the 1940s and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the State Register of Historic Places and the City of Las Vegas Historic Register. What started as a movie theater showing blockbuster hits eventually became a live concert venue, where such groups as The Killers, Beastie Boys, Green Day and Courtney Love performed.
Besides live music and concerts, comedy shows, cabaret, dance and circus the new Huntridge Theatre will stage theater productions. Famed off-Broadway theater, Soho Playhouse has plans in the works for this venue to be its second home.
Developer J Dapper purchased The Huntridge Theater in March 2021. In addition to renovating the main theater, plans are to add a 100-seat cabaret theater and a 200-seat black box theater. Construction on renovations is schedule to begin in about 12 months and it’s estimated to take about a year to complete.
In the meantime, the public can sign up for tickets for FREE tours of the property throughout the month of April and they will be able to view galleries of photos through the decades, and see relics such as old movie projectors.
Players enjoyed a lucky March at ARIZONA CHARLIE’S DECATUR, located at 740 S. Decatur Blvd. and ARIZONA CHARLIE’S BOULDER, located at 4575 Boulder Hwy. The beloved locals destinations sprung into the new season by awarding $2,899,304 million in jackpots, in addition to $379,193 in bingo wins, paying out a combined sum of $3,278,497 throughout the month.
THREE SQUARE FOOD BANK continues the fight against hunger with the return of its BAG CHILDHOOD HUNGER CAMPAIGN. Donations made through Wednesday, May 31 will have double the impact, thanks to generous matching sponsors Nevada Gold Mines operated by Barrick and NV Energy Foundation. With a significant number of families still struggling to put food on their tables, tens of thousands of Clark County School District students continue to rely on free or reduced-price meal programs. Every dollar donated April 1 - May 31 will provide up to six meals to children in need. To donate to the Bag Childhood Hunger campaign or for more information about Three Square’s childhood nutrition programs, visit threesquare.org.
THE VENETIAN®, THE PALAZZZO® and THE VENETIAN® EEXPO turned their exterior tower signs blue on Sunday, April 2 from 12:01 a.m. – 11:59 p.m. in recognition of WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS DAY. This special awareness day helps to increase and develop world knowledge of children and adults with autism.
VEGAS STAND UP & ROCK, the all-new live music and comedy venue located inside the OYO Hotel & Casino just steps away from the Las Vegas Strip, is honoring active duty and retired military personnel for their service with complimentary tickets, available now. The new showroom is offering active duty and retired personnel plus up to three guests complimentary tickets to a comedy show with proof of valid military ID. The complimentary tickets are available for shows on Sundays or Tuesday through Thursday nights. Guests can show their valid military ID at the door, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the guest’s name, time and date of the show, number of tickets and proof of their military ID. Guests may also contact the box office at (702) 525-7944 for more information.
Imagine Exhibitions once again takes Vegas-goers back in time, now with a dinosaur-filled experience at the new Horseshoe Las Vegas where both locals and tourists alike can get up-close-and-personal with larger-than-life animatronic dinosaurs and the most fascinating, fan-favorite prehistoric inhabitants! DINO SAFARI: A WALK THRU ADVENTURE opened April 10, 2023, at HORSESHOE LAS VEGAS (formerly Bally’s Las Vegas) on its lower level next to The Cabinet of Curiosities. Tickets are on sale now.
This experiential walk-through attraction for all ages will run for a limited engagement only, and takes over the space formerly held by the popular National Geographic’s Rarely Seen, another amazing immersive limited engagement produced by Imagine Exhibitions.
In anticipation of “THE GREAT GATSBY’S” 98th anniversary on Monday, April 10, guests stepped back and immersed themselves in the “Roaring Twenties” at GATSBY’S COCKTAIL LOUNGE, LOCATED INSIDE RESORTS WORLD LAS VEGAS, with a lavish 1920s-themed party that started at 10 p.m. on Friday, April 7. On the first Friday of every month, the swanky lounge invites guests to dress in their best 1920s-inspired outfits while dancing to the sounds of DJ Sax Duo, a dynamic and energetic duo featuring a DJ and a saxophonist, for their Return of the Gatz party.
TAILGATE SOCIAL SPORTS BAR & GRILL AT PLACE STATION HOTEL & CASINO will host for the official VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS WATCH PARTY against the Seattle Kraken with special appearances from VGK mascot, Chance, the Vegas Vivas and DJ Jo Green, the official DJ of the Golden Knights, on April 13. The watch party is FREE to attend and will kick off at 4 p.m. VGK's official DJ, Joe Green, will be playing the hottest tracks at 6:30 p.m. to keep energy high before welcoming appearances from VGK’s Gila monster mascot, Chance, in addition to the Vegas Vivas, VGK’s dancers, at 7 p.m. When the puck drops at 7:30 p.m., the game will be broadcast on Tailgate’s 30+ HDTVs positioned throughout the venue while hockey fans cheer on Vegas’ beloved team.
Miami based underground rapper POUYA will be taking the stage at BROOKLYN BOWL LAS VEGAS on Thursday, April 13 as a stop on his “All But 6” tour alongside Fat Nick, KXLLSWXTCH and special guest Terror Reid.
Enjoy live music from some of country’s hottest rising stars at STONEY’S ROCKIN’ COUNTRY, 6611 Las Vegas Blvd. So., Unit 160 at Town Square. Below is the list of upcoming dates and performers:
Fri., April 14 THE CADILLAC THREE
Sat., April 15 DILLON CARMICHAEL
Fri., April 21 CARVER LOUIS
Fri., April 27 MICHAEL RAY
Advance tickets start at just $10 and are on sale now . Shows are open to 18+ and doors open at 7 p.m.
The talented music duo, MATT & TRAYSEE MITCHELL, of the high energy, award winning band, HIGHRISE, will be performing live top 40 hits (from the '70s to today) dance music at Le Cabaret, Paris Hotel Casino, Saturday, April 15 from, 10p-2a! No cover. Cabaret is on the casino floor near the Eiffel Tower. Self parking is FREE for 3 hours with either a Nevada Driver License or a Rewards card.
POSITIVELY ARTS, a Southern Nevada-based non-profit that empowers kids by building confidence through performance and artistic discovery, will perform an original musical, THE CALLBACK, Saturday, April 15 at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Sunday, April 16 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. at the CLARK COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY THEATER, 1401 E. Flamingo Road. Written by and starring the organization’s student performers under the guidance of Broadway and Disney professionals, the musical showcases the youth’s unique individual talents as well as their real-life struggles, triumphs, and emotions. Tickets are priced at $10 for students, $20 for General Admission or $35 for VIP seating.
New ice construction inside MINUS5º ICEBAR at The LINQ Promenade will begin on Sunday, April 16. When completed on Saturday, April 22, the attraction located at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip will feature new ice themes, including astrology, deep sea fishing and a Jurassic display. The ICEBAR’s astrology display will include all 12 zodiac signs while the deep sea fishing wall will feature an elaborate replica-in-ice of the stern of a charter boat complete with a fighting chair and a large billfish on the fishing line. Lastly, the Jurassic wall will showcase a Tyrannosaurus rex ice sculpture, classic Jeep rendition and jungle foliage.
TIVOLI VILLAGE (located 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, conveniently situated off Summerlin Parkway), invites the community to join the Aveda Institute of Las Vegas as they host their 2023 CATWALKS FOR CLEAN WATER FASHION SHOW on Sunday, April 16 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This year’s masquerade theme includes runway looks made from recycled materials created by students and stylists. Admission is complimentary. Donations from the event will benefit local and global clean water efforts.
Due to high demand and regularly sold-out weekends, the steamy male revue, MAGIC MIKE LIVE at SAHARA Las Vegas will expand its performance schedule with added 5 p.m. performances on select Saturdays now through June. Also on the way is the debut of Wild Weeknights starting April 19. From then, every Wednesday and Thursday night will serve up special surprises before the show, including chances to receive a complimentary meet and greet, resort giveaways, and more. Fans and visitors will have also have three chances to experience the global stage spectacular on Saturdays. Added to meet the high seasonal demand, the ultra-talented cast of MAGIC MIKE LIVE will hit the stage at 5 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. on select Saturdays, including April 22 and 29; May 6 and 27; and June 3 and 10. Tickets start at $49, plus tax and fees.
Aiming to raise both awareness and much need funding to fight what can be a deadly pediatric disease, CHILDREN’S HEART FOUNDATION invites all Las Vegans to participate in the 20th ANNUAL WALK WITH THE HEART OF A CHILD on Saturday, April 22. This annual fun walk at Craig Ranch Regional Park (851 Lone Mountain Road, North Las Vegas) allows participants to walk in celebration or in remembrance of the young lives affected by congenital heart defects throughout the Las Vegas community. The morning of fun and awareness kicks off at 9 a.m. with registration, check-in, Kids Zone and vendor areas, community partner booths. Opening ceremonies at begin at 10 a.m. with the walk beginning shortly after, followed by closing ceremonies at 11 a.m. Food trucks will be on site for walkers who need sustenance for the event. Food truck items are not included in registration.
Online registration is available at www.chfn.org/walk. Registration is $25 for adults and $15 for active-duty military, students and seniors. Heart families will receive complimentary registration for immediate family members only and the heart child will receive a special event t-shirt designating them as a heart warrior. Online registration closes at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 21.
THE UNDERGROUND SPEAKEASY AND DISTILLERY INSIDE THE MOB MUSEUM invites guests to its unforgettable 5th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION on Friday, April 21 from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. Visitors are invited to don their finest 1920s-inspired apparel and enjoy live entertainment, prizes, limited-time anniversary cocktails and the launch of new menu items. Dixie Flats will perform live from 5 to 8 p.m. and Red Penny Arcade will offer jazz sounds from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. The Underground will also be giving away exciting prizes to five guests throughout the evening. Prizes may include a private tour of the distillery, free Museum admission, whiskey club tickets and more. Admission to the 5th anniversary celebration is free; food and beverage are an additional cost. Guests must be 21 years or older and use the secret passcode “Plead the Fifth” to gain entry.
IMAGINARIUM, an all-ages outdoor immersive 3D light festival, boasting five million colorful lights across five-acres of interactive experiences, will launch within Westgate Las Vegas’ sprawling north parking lot from Friday, April 28, through Sunday, May 7.
Guests will be astounded across a world of mystery, imagination and adventure amidst illuminated forests, endless mazes, hands-on games and 20+ mystical, larger-than-life story-book creatures across eight head-turning fantasy attraction zones including: The Purple Patch - a magical forest lined with glowing purple and pink trees; The Pink Pansy - an enchanted space featuring fairies and magic; The Crystal Chandelier - glittering crystal lights as far as the eye can see; Shoot for the Stars and Moon - for anyone who has ever wanted to touch the stars and moon; Poles Light the Way - a sweeping maze of light poles; The A-Mazing Walk - find your way from one end of the maze to the other; The Fantastic Fantasy - home to 12 mystifying creatures that live in this imaginary world; The Rose Garden - housing 35,000+ gorgeous all-light roses, offers the perfect backdrop for a one-of-a-kind, romantic marriage proposal. Additionally, guests can partake in an exciting and unique treasure hunt, chasing a collection of special objects across an eight checkpoint mission.
The 10-date attraction for the entire family, opens nightly at 7 p.m. with discounted tickets for locals with valid Nevada identification priced starting at just $19 for seniors and children ages 3 through 12, $25 for guests 13 and above with children 2 and under free.
THE LAS VEGAS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FESTIVAL returns to the Las Vegas Valley with nine days of FREE educational events for the whole family. Kicking-off April 28, the festival is open to the public and features over 40 events and concludes with a GIANT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EXPO AT THE WORLD MARKET CENTER on May 6. The annual community event, presented by the Las Vegas Natural History Museum in collaboration with the Clark County School District, strives to spark students' curiosity and inspire them to explore careers in STEM by highlighting the unique science, technology, engineering, and math programming within our community.
All week long, school-aged children and their families can enjoy a variety of activities including interactive presentations, hands-on technology workshops, STEM movie nights, and behind-the-scenes tours of popular local attractions such as Shark Reef and the Bellagio fountains. Those unable to attend the activities during the week can visit the Giant Science and Technology Expo for a full day of unique and engaging science-themed experiences and educational entertainment like robotics demonstrations, meet and greets with animals and local scientists, as well as a chance to see some of the giant fossils discovered right here in Nevada.
Registration is now open and required as participation for some events is limited and based on availability.
THE COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN NEVADA DANCE PROGRAM joins with the CONCERT DANCE COMPANY to present THE SPRING FORMAL DANCE CONCERT 2023, in celebration of Spring and new works, featuring a wide variety of Las Vegas dance artists and companies. The 90-minute performance will include a range of diverse works created by The Mendoza Dance Company featuring Robert Bonora on percussion, Silver State Ballet with choreography by Alison Kravenko, CSN Alumnae Kaylee Hannig, CSN Dance graduate (Class of 2023), Carla Gamino, and the College of Southern Nevada Dance Project students, Kelsey Brain and Marley Reynoso. The CSN Dance program also welcomes a very special guest, Jason Hortin from the Dance Department of UNLV, who will be presenting an original work. The concert takes place on Friday, April 28th, at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 29th at 2:00 p.m. in the Nicholas J. Horn Theatre at the North Las Vegas campus. General Admission is $8.00 and $5.00 for students and seniors.
An evening of classic compositions will performed by THE COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS MUSIC PROGRAM’S ORCHESTRA under the direction of Christopher Davis and Geoff Neuman on Monday, May 1st at 7:00 p.m. The concert will include works by Mozart, Saint-Seans, Debussy and the world premiere of Daybreak Through the Arbor by CSN Music Faculty Member Aaron Ramsey featuring Dr. Richard Kravchak on English Horn with special guests, Arbor View High School Orchestra under the direction of Chad Mickey.
The following night, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 2nd, audiences will be treated to a variety of works by the Department of Fine Arts Music Program’s own CSN Concert Band with special guests, the Rancho High School Wind Ensemble.
Then on Wednesday, May at 7 p.m. The Department of Fine Arts Music Program presents an evening of Big Band classics as well as contemporary selections with CSN’s Big Band Concert under the direction of Dr. David Phy with special guests, The Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Jazz Band, under the direction of Patrick Bowen.
The above concerts will be performed in the Nicholas J. Horn Theatre at the North Las Vegas campus Performing Arts Center (located at 3200 East Cheyenne Avenue). Admission for each concert is $8.00 and $5.00 for Students/Seniors. For more information or to purchase tickets, please call the CSN Box Office at 702-651-LIVE (5483).
CSN Fine Arts Music Program presents an evening of classic and contemporary jazz selections featuring CSN JAZZ COMBOS under the direction of Dr. David Phy and Dr. Lindsey N. O'Connor. The concert will take place on Saturday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the Backstage Theatre at the North Las Vegas campus. General admission ticket prices are $8 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.
STEEL BEANS, fronted by the mustachioed Jeremy DeBardi, are bringing their ferociously cool, eclectic sounds to the iconic SAND DOLLAR LOUNGE AT HE PLAZA HOTEL & CASINO with a performance on Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 10 p.m. Tickets are $15 plus applicable fees in advance and $20 plus applicable fees the day of the show. Tickets are on sale now. Guests must be 21 years or older.
Independent, queer southern rockers THELMA AND THE SLEAZE are bringing their blend of post-riot-grrrl punk and Southern rock to the iconic SAND DOLLAR LOUNGE located at 3355 Spring Mountain Rd, Ste 30, Tuesday, May 2, at 10 p.m. The brainchild of lead vocalist and guitar player Lauren “LG” Gilbert, Thelma and the Sleaze features an evolving cast of A-team players and an unforgettable live experience. No cover and guests must be 21 years or older.
Guests are invited to shop unique gifts and crafts from more than 50 local vendors at Tivoli Village’s upcoming CRAFT FESTIVAL, Sunday, May 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Attendees can look forward to discovering one-of-a-kind gifts while supporting local artists, as well as enjoying tempting dishes and drinks from food trucks and Tivoli Village’s variety of eateries. This event is FREE, pet friendly, and all ages are welcome.
DAYLIGHT Beach Club, located at MANDALAY BAY RESORT & CASINO, will spice up Saturdays with the neon-themed night swim party, “NEON VIBRA” with Latin-inspired Reggaeton music. “Neon Vibra” will kick off the 2023 pool season with a performance by Nio Garcia Saturday, May 6. Starting at 10 p.m. on Saturday nights, DAYLIGHT will become a vibrant, neon paradise to continue the weekend’s party vibe. The colorful oasis of “Neon Vibra” will host a mix of top Latin singers, rappers and DJs every Saturday and select Friday nights. Additional performances for May include Fredy Fresco Saturday, May 13; DJ Pope Saturday, May 20; and Lyanno Saturday, May 27.
Superstar recording artist and TV talk-show host KELLY CLARKSON, whose resident show on the Las Vegas trip was delayed due to the COVID pandemic, has announced that she will launch her 10 show residency at the newly renamed BAKKT THEATER AT PLANET HOLLYWOOD this summer. Her shows will run July 28-29, and for eight dates Aug. 2-19. All showtimes start at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now.
Tickets for LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL’s 10-year anniversary celebration taking place September 22-24 are now on sale. Starting at $380 for 3-day GA passes, fans can also purchase GA+, VIP, VIP+, and All-In tickets while supplies last. This year’s festival will feature an eclectic range of musicians including The Killers, Kendrick Lamar, Odesza, KHALID, The 1975, FLUME, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Omar Apollo, Kim Petras, and many more. The weekend will also feature performances and appearances from noteworthy Las Vegas headliners includingCirque du Soleil, Blue Ma Group, Jabbawockeez, Magic Mike Live, Piff the Magic Dragon, and Tape Face, as well as the exciting return of art collective Meow Wolf, and collaborative live music experiences brought to the festival by JammJam ft. Cory Wong & Friends.
Recent and upcoming eatery openings:
Thick & Thin Treat Bar – a unique blend between a juice bar and ice cream parlor from AYYA Hospitality Group – is now open in Southern Highlands.
Retro by Voltaggio, the first Las Vegas restaurant from TV stars, judges and renowned chefs Michael and Bryan Voltaggio, will open May 3 at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Conceptualized by the famed chef duo, the one-year culinary residency experience will celebrate the best of the 80s and 90s with the brothers’ modernized take on classic American dishes served in an environment with playful and nostalgic nods to the era.
Wednesday, April 5…
Mrs. Nevada Universe Ashley Tesoro visited Minus5º ICEBAR at The LINQ Promenade.
Tuesday, April 4…
Country music superstar Miranda Lambert was seen visiting Disney Animation: Immersive Experience inside the Lighthouse Artspace at the Shops at Crystals.
Monday, April 3…
Las Vegas headliner, entertainer Donny Osmond was seen visiting Disney Animation: Immersive Experience inside the Lighthouse Artspace at the Shops at Crystals.