Patrick Gray Terrell Owens shows off the mobile video gaming choices at The Book at The Linq.
No Las Vegas Boulevard gambling establishment resort has actually gone through more modification in the last few years than the Linq (previously the Quad and Imperial Palace) and yet Caesars Home entertainment is simply getting going on this energetic, center-Strip residential or commercial property. The most recent addition is The Book, a sports book, bar, dining establishment and lounge stacked with innovative video gaming and entertainment innovations, a self-serve beer wall, delicious consumes from the brand-new Sticky Chicken food truck and a welcoming style built around a series of comfortable “fan caves” that feel more like the supreme living room sports celebration than a stereotyped casino experience. I got a glimpse at the grand opening celebration on Thursday where Caesars CEO and President Mark Frissora hosted NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens for an appropriate kickoff. If you’re trying to find an area for your next watch party, inspect it out.
Downtown Las Vegas’ Mob Museum commemorated the turning point of its 2 millionth visitor Friday morning with surprise celebrations for Sylvia Geitner, a Vegas visitor from Munich. Museum President and CEO Jonathan Ullman presented the VIP guest with an essential to the museum and both Mayors Goodman, Carolyn and Oscar, were on hand to present a proclamation and lead an unique toast. In its six years of operation, the museum has produced a projected financial impact of $20.5 million. More than 50,000 audio tours have been taken and more than 9,000 students have taken part in educational outreach programs.
On Saturday morning, the One Drop Structure hosted the seventh annual 2-mile Walk for Water for One Drop at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve where more than 1,000 participants raised $75,000 to support the organizations’ mission to offer access to safe water for everybody. Local performers from “The Beatles LOVE” and “Dream” hyped up the walkers after Mayor Goodman welcomed the crowd.
On Saturday night, Grammy-winning star Pink and other half and former motocross star Carey Hart checked out Caesars Palace to check out “Absinthe.” “Thank you for the laughs, my stomach hurts!” Instagrammed the vocalist after the program. She’ll be back for a second tour stop at T-Mobile Arena on Might 26.
The 6th annual Casino Entertainment Awards existed as part of the Worldwide Video gaming Exposition recently and numerous entertainers and industry standouts were honored inside Vinyl at the Acid Rock Hotel. Legendary artists the Righteous Brothers and nightclub icon Victor Drai got Gambling establishment Home entertainment Legend awards recognizing lifetime achievement in the gambling establishment show business while Chubby Checker was called Gambling establishment Entertainer of the Year, Bill Engvall won Casino Comedian of the Year and the Commodores were named Casino Musical Artists of the Year. Other receivers included “Legends in Performance” for Gambling Establishment Production Program of the Year and Monica Reeves of Station Gambling Establishments for Casino Entertainment Executive of the Year.
While he was in town last week to perform a solo show at your home of Blues, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis checked in at the Hard Rock Hotel to help unveil a new souvenirs case to add to the resort’s collection of musical relics. His “uniform” of all-black AllSaints equipment was used during the release celebration for his new album “Black Maze” and for the shooting of the music video for “Standard Needs.” As he told me for a current Sun interview, Davis will be back in Las Vegas later on this year for the debut of buddy Criss Angel’s brand-new “Mindfreak” program at World Hollywood.