Before their Tuesday night program at the Flamingo, Donny and Marie Osmond left onstage to greet the crowd, announce they would be contributing the earnings of that night’s program to the victims of Sunday’s shooting at the Path 91 music celebration, and actually just do exactly what Vegas does– keep on being Vegas.
” A theater is a place where people pertain to dream in public,” Donny stated. “And we as performers are in charge of that dream. So we hope, for the next 90 minutes or so, that Marie and I and our entire cast can take you to a place where there are no problems. That’s exactly what reveal company is everything about. That’s why we’re here.”
Check out these stellar entertainment choices in Las Vegas this weekend, evidence that the show goes on.
KINGS OF LEON The Nashville-rooted arena rockers’ trip behind October’s album “Walls” has been so effective, the band added a totally brand-new fall leg, including Friday night’s show at the Joint at the Acid rock Hotel. Just the other day, Kings of Leon announced net earnings from the show will be directed to support Las Vegas nonprofits aiding with immediate and long-lasting needs of the Route 91 Harvest celebration shooting victims via the Music City Cares Fund. October 6, details at < a href=" https://hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-entertainment/joint-kings-of-leon.php" target="_
blank” > hardrockhotel.com. RASCAL FLATTS: NIGHT TO SHINE Absolutely nothing will stop the hitmaking nation trip from releasing their residency at the Venetian Theatre, inning accordance with the band’s declaration this week on social networks: “Our hearts remain in Vegas, and we will perform our programs there in honor of the victims. Our hope is to bring some light to such a dark time and use any sort of recovery we can through music … We are all in this together.” October 6-7 (and continuing through October 21), info at < a href="
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JOHN BELUSHI & & THE BOARD OF FUNNY You’ve understood him as a sitcom anchor in “Inning accordance with Jim,” a movie star in “Mr. Fate,” as well as a Blues Bro in a musical capability. However John Belushi cut his teeth with Chicago’s famous Second City improv group, and he’s bringing his own veteran performers to the Laugh Factory at the Tropicana for an interactive funny incredible. October 6-8, information at troplv.com. MAXWELL The last time this smooth, stylish R&B vocalist played Vegas, he was coordinating with Mary J. Blige. This time he takes control of at the Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan for a soulful show with support from all-star singer, songwriter and manufacturer Raphael Saadiq. October 7, information at cosmopolitanlasvegas.com. LA LAKERS VS SACRAMENTO KINGS The annual NBA-in-Vegas preseason clash in between two California groups with strong followings in Sin City lands at T-Mobile Arena Sunday at 6 p.m. Consider it a professional sports teaser prior to our hockey team the Vegas Golden Knights takes over T-Mobile for its inaugural season. October 8, details at t-mobilearena.