Friday, June 26, 2015|6 p.m.
It’s a quieter than typical weekend in the Home entertainment Capital of the World, so it’s ideal timing for “For the Record: Baz” to premiere at Light in Mandalay Bay.
Golden Rainbow’s 29th Annual Ribbon of Life on Sunday afternoon at Tropicana is “Rockin’ the Ribbon” with rock-and-roll-themed numbers carried out by Strip stars.
Funny rules supreme with Marlon Wayans, Costs Burr, Jay Mohr, D.L. Hughley and more.
It’s not showbiz, but some of the winners could go on to home entertainment professions one day. Not one, not two, however a trio of beauty pageants are in town: International Model Browse, Miss Nevada as a preliminary contest to September’s Miss America Pageant and the third-annual Miss Asian Las Vegas delegates event.
Congratulations to the cast of “Le Reve– The Dream” at Wynn Las Vegas as they return from getaway tonight to continue their 10th anniversary shows.
Las Vegas continues to be the utmost summer play ground for stars: NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal reveals that he can do more than put up three-pointers by spinning the wheels of steel in his DJ stint as Diesel at Chateau in Paris Las Vegas, and Fox News expert Dana Perino has a book signing for her memoir “And fortunately Is.”
Now it’s time for us to strike the dual decks and switch on the hits for today’s edition of the weekly Royal Robin Rundown:
FRIDAY, JUNE 26
“America’s Got Talent” winner Michael Grimm has actually canceled his residency at Vinyl in the Hard Rock Hotel, and Little Big Town with visitors David Nail and Ashley Monroe have rescheduled at the neighboring Joint for Dec. 4.
Mel Tillis is at Golden Nugget Display room.
Rusted Root and guest Moksha are at Vinyl.
John Butler Trio is at Brooklyn Bowl in the Linq Promenade.
The Texas Tenors carry out classic, modern and nation at Suncoast Display room all weekend.
Paul Charles Band is at Santa Fe Station.
Nashville Unplugged includes Thom Shephard, Michael Peterson and Kevin Fisher at Sundown Station.
Jay Mohr is at South Point for 2 nights.
Bill Burr is at the Mirage for 2 nights.
D.L. Hughley is at Orleans Display room for two nights.
OF SPECIAL KEEP IN MIND
Tickets are on sale for D’Angelo and The Lead at the Chelsea in the Cosmopolitan on Aug. 21; Enrique Iglesias and Placido Domingo at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace from Sept. 13-14 and Sept. 15, respectively; Pitbull at Axis at World Hollywood from Sept. 23-Oct. 7; Expense Maher at Pearl at the Palms on Oct. 24; The Neighborhood with guests Bad Suns and Hunny at Boulevard Swimming pool in the Cosmopolitan on Oct. 30.
The 2015 International Model Browse is at MGM Grand.
The Miss Nevada Pageant is at the Smith Center to crown the new Miss Nevada who will certainly go to Atlantic City to contend in Miss America in September.
“Absinthe”‘s Eco-friendly Fairy and burlesque artist Tune Sweets provides “Big Leading Circus and Burlesque” full with Mr. Gorgeous the human cannonball at the Spiegeltent outside Caesars Palace with all proceeds from the one-night-only efficiency to benefit UNLV College of Art.
Center Bar closes with a “Last Call” promo all weekend and a “Last Toast” party with yours genuinely Sunday at the Acid rock Hotel.
The Gold Rush Peruvian Classic Horse Program is at South Point all weekend.
Commemorating the launch of his very first brewery partnership, chef Rick Moonen teams up with Craft Residence Brewery to host a four-course supper at Rx Boiler Space in Mandalay Location
Bootlegger Italian Restaurant presents “Lay Low Fridays” in the Copa Room.
SATURDAY, JUNE 27
Reba McEntire and Brooks & & Dunn continue their run at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace.
Tony Acclaimed vocal singing feeling Annaleigh Ashford is at Cabaret Jazz in the Smith Center.
Smash Mouth and Toad the Wet Gear carry out a free concert on 1st Street Stage at Fremont Street Experience downtown.
Three Pet Night is at Cannery.
The Paul Charles Band is at Lounge at the Palms.
Fishbone is at Brooklyn Bowl.
Le Mar Le Warren is at Chrome Display room in Santa Fe Station.
“The Knockout Comedy Super Show” hosted by Marlon Wayans includes Bruce Bruce, Corey Holcomb, Mark Curry and Carbone at Axis at Planet Hollywood. Our Q+A with Marlon was posted on Tuesday.
OF SPECIAL NOTE
The 2015 Miss Asian Las Vegas Pageant delegates meet with current victor for the Third Anniversary Party at HK Star seafood dining establishment.
Fox News star and previous White House press secretary Dana Perino hosts a book signing for “And the Good News Is” at Barnes & & Noble on North Rainbow Boulevard.
Las Vegas Sin vs. L.a Temptation at L.A. Memorial Coliseum.
Red Wine & & Brew is at Mandalay Bay Beach.
Tuff-N-Uff is at the Thomas & & Mack Center.
Shaq DJs at Chateau.
It’s cowboy boots and bathing suits at Palms Pool with Jason Aldean’s touring DJ B-Radical.
SUNDAY, JUNE 28
Reggae Bowl: Big Mountain is at Brooklyn Bowl.
OF SPECIAL KEEP IN MIND
Cobra Culture hosts Second Skin Las Vegas-designed fashions for Keep Memory Alive at VZ Dance Studios on West Sahara.
The 2015 Bow of Life display features stars from “Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers,” “Jubilee,” “Jersey Boys,” “Million Dollar Quartet,” “MJ Live,” “Legends in Concert,” “Pin Up” and more at Tropicana.
Have a great weekend even if you’re not having a look at the swimwear appeals! We’ll be back Sunday with reports and photos of everybody’s winning posture.
Robin Leach of “Lifestyles of the Rich & & Famous” popularity has actually been a journalist for more than 50 years and has actually spent the past 15 years offering readers the within scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum play area.
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South Point Hotel-Casino-Spa
Found South of the Strip, South Point is a hot spot frequented by residents. The hotel-casino is decorated in a Pacific Coastline feel, with golds, reds and browns, blending an island feel with the setting of Southern California.
Visitors spaces include 42-inch flat screen Televisions, iPod docking stations and luxurious linens. Outdoors, the building functions landscaped gardens, a hospitality to captivate poolside and a sand volleyball court.
When it comes to gaming, the South Point has more than 120,000 square feet of casino video games, in addition to a different race books and sports books, a bingo and poker space. South Point likewise has some household friendly functions, like a 64-lane bowling center, an arcade and a 16-screen cinema.
Dining choices variety from a high end dish at Michael’s Premium to ice cream at Kate’s Korner. The 24-hour Coronado Cafe is the best spot for a late-night food craving, that include six midnight to 6 a.m. “graveyard” specials. Other dining establishments include the Huge Sur Oyster Bar, Don Vito’s, Garden Buffet, Seattle’s Finest Coffee Residence and the Del Mar Deli.
One of South Points more distinct features is the Equestrian Center and Arena, a very first for Vegas. The Equestrian Center holds a range of occasions, from college basketball to Champion Bull Riding.
9777 S. Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89183
Paris Las Vegas The Paris Las Vegas transfers visitors to the City of Light. Paris Las Vegas records all the details of Paris, right down to the cobblestone pathways and half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. Wrought iron street lamps line the 85,000 square foot casino with the legs of the Eiffel Tower sit in the middle of 1,700 slots and 90 table games. Visitors can dine at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, but beware, it’s by reservation just. Diners can enjoy the world pass by at Mon Ami Gabi, a fine French restaurant where the most popular tables are the ones outside facing The Strip. Dining isn’t just limited to the French, Asian restaurant Ah Sin is host to lots of dishes from the Pacific Rim. If you have actually just hit the mark on the casino floor, attempt the $777 Kobe beef and Maine lobster at Le Burger Brasserie. Famous pastry chef Gaston Lenôtre opened a branch of his distinguished pastry shop on the cobblestone-lined Le Boulevard, a street filled with intimate shops and restaurants, all below a blue cloud-filled ceiling. Strolling along Le Boulevard don’t be surprised to see an extremely realistic bronze statue step, that’s due to the fact that it’s an actual person The City of Light doesn’t go dark after dark. Anthony Cools – The Uncensored Therapist checks inhibitions at the door and presses the limitations of the audiences body and mind. Sitting right above the restaurant is club Risqué, Paris’ ultra lounge that is as enjoyable as it is wonderful.
3655 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109