< img class=" picture" src="
With two shows closing recently at the Paris Theater– “Marilyn The New Musical” on June 17 and “Inferno” on July 14– there’s clearly a space on the Strip. On Sunday night, something totally different was revealed to fill that space: A huge Vegas version of the popular I Love the ’90s nostalgia performance tour. Salt-N-Pepa, Rob Base, All-4-One and Sisqo surprised Paris guests with a pop-up performance to reveal I Love the ’90s: The Vegas Show, set to open on Oct. 12. The official announcement explains the show as a 90-minute immersive dance party including a live DJ, dancers, throwback videos and other preferred artists including Mark McGrath, Kid ‘n Play and more turning through different dates. Produced by UD Factory and Universal Attractions Company and set for select dates at 9 p.m., the new performance production might leave room for another program at the place. While “Marilyn” has actually been rumored for a resurgence in a various space, it was slated to return on Sept. 4 to the Paris Theater, according to the resort’s home entertainment calendar’s Monday listings.
I finally made it to the Westgate International Theater to see the legendary Barry Manilow on Friday night, but had I returned on Saturday I might have been seated next to previous young boy banders Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre of 98 Degrees fame. Unlike me, they got their picture taken with Barry after the program, undoubtedly real Fanilows.
Bearded funnyman Jim Gaffigan stayed after his Friday set at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace and discovered the David Perrico Pop Strings Orchestra, the powerful 14-piece band that infuses all sort of vibrant energy into familiar tunes at Cleopatra’s Barge Fridays and Saturdays. Gaffigan is officially a fan.
Discuss a power table: Prior to his show at Drai’s Bar Saturday night, rapper Meek Mill joined New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin and Sixers star Ben Simmons for dinner at the age-old (and tasty) Tao Asian Bistro at the Venetian.
More Saturday night sports stars: Dallas Mavericks center DeAndre Jordan celebrated his birthday at Repetition Beach Club flanked by NBA pals Kevin Durant and Matt Barnes while The Chainsmokers rocked your house.
” Little Miss Sunlight” star Abigail Breslin, now 22 and preparing yourself to shoot “Zombieland 2” with initial castmates Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson and Jessie Eisenberg, was spotted at the Cosmopolitan’s stylish eatery Appeal & & Essex Sunday night sharing onion rings, chicken meatballs and steak with her partner Ira Kunyansky.
” Menopause The Musical” marked a milestone at Harrah’s Las Vegas on Friday when it commemorated performance No. 5,000 at the cozy Harrah’s Cabaret room. Showing up for the celebrations were next-door neighbors The Bronx Wanderers from Bally’s, “Soundtrack” star Clint Holmes and fellow Harrah’s headliners Tenors of Rock, to name a few. “Menopause” stars “Laverne & & Shirley” legend Cindy Williams with Vita Corimbi, Jacquelyn Holland-Wright, Lori Tradition and Lisa Mack and exists at 7:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday plus matinees at 4 p.m. Saturdays and Mondays.