PRVegas - Las Vegas
It was Allen Panowich’s 101st birthday on Wednesday. And he had a few friends over to celebrate. The World War II veteran was honored at his Las Vegas home with a barbecue party.
Nearly 4,000 attendees turned out for the all-day Scars and Stripes music festival Saturday with rock powerhouse 3 Doors Down headlining the 13 hours of nonstop entertainment at Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.
Zowie Bowie always brings the party. “Now it’s a party of three,” says Vegas headliner and Z.B. front man Chris Phillips, who became a father at 12:26 a.m Monday.
Comedian, actor and musician Bob Saget of ABC’s “Full House” and “Fuller House” won raves when he performed for free and helped raise $600,000 at last year’s Scleroderma Research Foundation charity show at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas at The Linq Promenade.
A cast of 24 and 12-piece band perform “The Wedding Singer,” based on the Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore movie, to kick off Season 42 of Super Summer Theater at Spring Mountain State Park. SoMo has “All the Answers” when the Texan YouTube sensation headlines at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is many things to many people. This weekend, we have the serious with “The Phantom of the Opera” continuing at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and the zany with Piff the Magic Dragon, who proudly boasts his loss on “America’s Got Talent,” appearing all weekend at The Flamingo.
‘Parade: The Collective’ will be held at Neonopolis’ Metropolitan Gallery of Las Vegas Art Museum.
The 48th Annual World Series of Poker kicks off weeks of play in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
Las Vegas resident and former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson is planning a sequel to his one-man theatrical saga “Undisputed Truth” that met with success here and on Broadway thanks to director Spike Lee.
Blonde bombshell Kendra Wilkinson (“Kendra on Top,” “The Girls Next Door”) begins previews Saturday of her new show “Sex Tips for Straight Women From a Gay Man” at Paris Las Vegas ahead of the June 8 premiere.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer John Fogerty celebrated his 72nd birthday with an over-the-top cake presentation during his sold-out performance Wednesday night at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas. The cake by Gimme Some Sugar Las Vegas was a replica of John’s guitar “ACME.”