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Criss Angel starts the next stage of his career with ‘Mindfreak’ grand opening at World Hollywood

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 Criss Angel Ethan Miller/Getty Images Home entertainment executives signed up with Criss Angel onstage at Planet Hollywood Saturday night, from left: Dave Baram, Angel, Mark Maluso, Sheri Pucci Sosa, Brian Becker and Jason Gastwirth.

Monday, Jan. 21, 2019|8:30 a.m.

On a sports-heavy Saturday night when 40-year-old boxing legend Manny Pacquiao proved he was still a force to be considered at MGM Grand and the Vegas Golden Knights topped the Pittsburgh Penguins at T-Mobile Arena powered by a hat technique from fan preferred Jonathan Marchessault, Criss Angel presented the grand opening performance of his upgraded, illusion-filled “Mindfreak” show while celebrities like Oscar winner Gary Oldman, “Property Brothers” Jonathan and Drew Scott, Raiders owner Mark Davis and Vegas legends Wayne Newton, Carrot Top and Lance Burton cheered him on.

So it enters Las Vegas in 2019, another extension of an era of entertainment without equivalent. The Strip’s offerings continue to broaden and diversify, and the 51-year-old, New York-born magician continues to develop his own unique universe there, now returning house to the place where he recorded the early editions of his “Mindfreak” TV show at World Hollywood.

Before the packed-house efficiency, the rechristened Criss Angel Theater hosted a red carpet reception and more celeb friends and fans, including Korn frontman Jonathan Davis, UFC icon Randy Couture, rap artist and TV character Taste Flav (who leaped out of his seat enthusiastically to praise numerous times) and “Vanderpump Rules” reality star Lala Kent (who was called onstage during the weird section where Angel cuts a woman in half). Jonathan Davis and Dee Snider (of Twisted Swister) contributed music and videos to the program, a visual feast that jams the theater and phase with customized, cutting-edge technology and impacts, absolutely transforming the mezzanine-level theater and creating a fully immersive experience for the audience.

The show features Angel’s greatest hits impressions, consisting of one of his oldest techniques, the “black star” sleight-of-hand regimen; a strait jacket escape carried out while hanging above the audience; the mystifying manifestation of one of his motorbikes out of no place; and the signature and still mind-boggling levitation routine. Angel also displayed numerous new segments and illusions, discussing from the stage at the end of the show that only now has he had the ability to completely show his vision in his own Las Vegas production. Angel formerly carried out for 10 years at Luxor in an effective partnership with Cirque du Soleil.

” Mindfreak is a show created to overload the senses and I would not have had the ability to create such a ridiculous, significant production without the amazing work of the entire Mindfreak group, the best partners in business, loved ones everywhere, and of course my devoted fans,” he stated later at night.

Angel marvelled onstage by executives from Caesars Home entertainment and Base Entertainment, co-producers of the program, who amazed him with a $10,000 contribution to the Johnny Crisstopher Children’s Charitable Foundation, established by Angel in the name of his 4-year-old child who was diagnosed with leukemia in 2015 and is presently in remission. He likewise joined his papa onstage, who happily told the audience that Johnny got what should be his last chemotherapy treatment a couple months earlier. Angel also teased an event later on this year in which he intends to raise $5 million in one night to fight pediatric cancer.

‘America’s Got Talent’ winner Shin Lim is prepared for Vegas stage


Courtesy Shin Lim headings five shows at Paris Las Vegas this weekend.

An experienced pianist who moved from music to sleight-of-hand magic after being detected with carpal tunnel syndrome, Shin Lim considers and develops performance in his own distinct method. He does not speak with his audience when controling playing cards and making things vanish, counting on dramatic music and perfectly timed motions to captivate the crowd.

It’s a fresh take on a traditional art, and it’s the reason he won season 13 of “America’s Got Talent” in September. Lim is headlining five shows of “AGT Live” at the Paris Theater this weekend with other finalists from the competitors show: vocalist Courtney Hadwin, comedians Vicki Barbolak and Samuel J. Comroe and trapeze and stunt artists Mary Ellen Wolfe and Tyce Nielsen, aka Duo Transcend.

For Lim, a 27-year-old artist born in Vancouver, the Paris shows are the initial step towards a strong Strip presence. He’s currently received several offers for a Las Vegas residency.

” I would love to have a residency here and it would be incredibly cool, and I’m getting a great deal of requests so that’s very good news,” he states. “Prior to ‘AGT’ I never ever even pictured that I ‘d have the ability to pick. I constantly thought I ‘d be fortunate to get provided one.”

Lim is no complete stranger to Vegas, having actually appeared on “Penn & & Teller: Fool United States” four times and making the trip to the Rio to sign up with the duo’s show two times. He gathered adequate time to go to David Copperfield’s illusion-filled spectacular at MGM Grand on this check out, however Friday night’s program at the Paris will be Lim’s very first correct efficiency.

He names longtime Strip magician Lance Burton as one of most significant impacts and inspirations: “His style was just something I was drawn in to, stylish but modest, and he had deception in his show which truly intrigued me.”

Lim discovered his own style while carrying out in China before any of his big TV appearances. He was still speaking throughout his act, and while he speaks some Chinese, the audience there was having a hard time understanding him “since I had an American accent,” he says. “I believed, I might too simply not talk. So I did it calmly to music and the responses were even louder and better. I thought, oh my God, I’m onto something, and just chose it.

” Probably the hardest thing to do is develop this dramatic environment without all the showgirls and spaceships and things like that. It has a lot to do with the subtleties of modifying the music and the act itself, changing certain things for visual appeal. You don’t require these grand things to still have a legendary atmosphere in the show.”

” America’s Got Skill Live Las Vegas” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 2, and 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3-4 at the Paris Theater at Paris Las Vegas (3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702-777-2782) and more information can be discovered at caesars.com.

Paul Reiser is back on the stand-up stage at Aliante Casino


Jordan Strauss/ AP Paul Reiser gets to the premiere of “Stranger Things” Season 2 at the Regency Bruin Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, in Los Angeles.

You started as a stand-up comedian and have actually done it on and off throughout the years. Does it feel excellent to be returning to it just recently?

I took a long period of time off, not intentionally, when “Mad About You” started in 1992. I was off the road, dealing with the show full-time and content to sit tight working and writing from home. It’s only been a few years, perhaps five years back doing it. I first began 35 years earlier and I have actually constantly seen stand-up as my default position, and any acting thing was the sidebar. Which’s sort of how I still view it now and I have actually been starting to book more dates, since for one thing it’s really enjoyable for me, and the more I schedule it, other things come in and distract from it. I’m not grumbling. I attempt to do it as frequently as I can.

There’s been a great deal of TV talk lately about a possible reboot of “Mad About You.”

I never actually wished to do a reboot since I thought we did an excellent task of ending it well, we arrange of checked off every box and it appeared like the ideal time to land the aircraft. But this last year individuals have actually been talking a lot about reboots, we couldn’t not talk about it, and I thought it may really be enjoyable. So we stated sure, we’ll do it, if they can determine how. We’re on board and the studio is figuring it out how to make it work and if not, I’m more than happy to let what we did stand on its own. Helen [Hunt] and I had so much enjoyable interacting and playing off each other, however we likewise realized it would not be a reboot as much of a reviewing, or an extension. The show was always about a couple, and we began the program simply as they got wed which is an interesting entry point, and now it’s 25 years later so it’s a sort of empty nest, beginning over thing. And I’m going through that myself as my youngest child left for college a month ago. It actually alters your world and you get to look at marital relationship with fresh eyes, like, what we were speaking about 25 years back? So this could be a creative spot to jump in.

You shot an episode of Amazon Prime’s brand-new show “The Romanoffs,” which has an unique facility. What was that experience like?

Really fascinating. It’s a new program with eight episodes that have nothing to do with each other except each has a story about someone who is or declares to be descendent of the Russian royal family. It resembles eight different, little movies. But it was fantastic fun and I got to go to Prague. In my episode, Christina Hendricks plays an actress who goes to Europe to make a film about the Romanoffs and things start to go actually wrong and scary. I play her agent who is telling her, don’t fret, whatever’s fine, however then it enters into this dark, surreal location where you don’t know what’s real and what’s her psychosis.

You have some other tasks coming that will likely cut into your stand-up time, too.

I’m going to New York to shoot a new series I’m not allowed to talk about for Fox, and I’m gearing up to do a movie I composed, ideally shooting in Ireland in the spring, as soon as it gets warm. It has to do with a New york city man and his distant Irish loved one who are attempting to bury the hatchet between 2 disenfranchised sides of the family. It’s sort of a sweet, fun funny, but yes, in the middle of all this I’ll be doing more stand-up.

Paul Reiser carries out at 8 p.m. Saturday, November 3 at the Access Showroom at Aliante Gambling Establishment & & Hotel (7300 Aliante Parkway, 702-692-7777) and more details can be found at aliantegaming.com.

Aldean, Stapleton win big but ladies rule the stage at ACM Awards


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memory of your loved ones,” Fisher stated just seconds prior to the live broadcast awards show began.” You have actually truly surprised and inspired us with your strength, nerve and resilient spirits.” Aldean wasn’t the just huge winner Sunday night. Chris Stapleton, whose partner gave birth to twins the exact same day as the ACMs, won for Male Vocalist of the Year

and Album of the Year. Lambert won Female Singer of the Year and Song of the Year for” Tin Guy,” and the Grand Garden crowd took off when Old Rule won Vocal Group of the Year. Chris Pizzello/AP Kane Brown and Lauren Alaina perform at the 53rd ACM awards show. Host and Caesars Palace resident headliner Reba McEntire, who performed her

Love You” with pop superstar Kelly Clarkson– who also happens to be married to McEntire’s stepson– joked about that this year’s Entertainer of the Year candidates were all male. However it was the female efficiencies that shined brightest throughout this year’s awards show, at least live and in person at MGM. Morris fired up the crowd with her memorable hit “Rich” extremely early in the program and New Female Singer of the Year Lauren Alaina supplied 2 powerhouse performances, initially a duet with Kane Brown on No. 1 hit “What Ifs” then her own solo single” Doing Fine. “Kelsea Ballerini drifted above the crowd in a neon heart while singing her new tune” I Dislike Love Songs” prior to Lambert delivered among the most abundant performances of the night with the blistering” Keeper of the Flame. “Lambert received her Female Singer of the Year award from Olympic ski legend Lindsey Vonn, who likewise captivated the crowd thanks to a brilliant yellow dress with tulle skirt. Carrie Underwood went back to the stage for her very first public performance since a November accident left her with a damaged wrist and facial injury needing more than 40 stitches She sang new single” Cry Pretty “and received a prolonged standing ovation. A couple of minutes later on, she

signed up with Keith Urban to accept the award for Vocal Event of the Year for their collaboration “The Fighter.” The ACM crowd likewise went wild for the show’s” flashback” performances: the Reba-Kelly duet, Jon Pardi teaming with Alan Jackson for” Chatahoochie” and Blake Shelton bringing Toby Keith to the stage for” Ought to’ve Been a Cowboy.”

From ‘Baz’ to ‘Renegades,’ Vegas stage veteran Eric Jordan Young never presses pause

Eric Jordan Young embraced a brand-new mantra for 2018, and it’s working rather well: No tasks.

“Often when we do a great deal of work and hectic ourselves, we can start to think about whatever as an obligation,” discusses the Broadway veteran who has actually recently carried out in Las Vegas productions Rock of Ages, Shakin’ and Vegas! The Program. “However I love exactly what I do and I love being associated with a lot of various jobs at the very same time, so the idea is no chores this year, all excellent stuff.”

Young is doing so much great stuff on the Strip today, it is difficult to find out how he fits everything in. He’s the resident director of Baz: A Musical Mash-up, which plays Tuesday through Sunday at the Palazzo Theatre. “I oversee the imaginative aspects of the show, anything that deals with performance and casting and staging and structure and outfits and lighting and sound design,” he states. “I’m the eyes and ears on the imaginative level for the production group, and I use support and guidance to the entertainers and provide to the chance to feel safe onstage.”

Seems like a full-time gig. Except that he’s also one of 4 stars of the fun, new Wednesday-through-Saturday 5 p.m. show The Cocktail Cabaret at Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace. It’s a powerhouse, throwback musical extravaganza produced by author Keith Thompson and piano phenom Philip Fortenberry. Young is the singing-dancing host of the show, anchoring the efficiencies of standout vocalists Niki Scalera, Daniel Emmet and Maren Wade.

“Cleopatra’s Barge is one of those well-known spaces any performer would be enjoyed carry out in if only for one night,” he states. “Many incredible individuals have remained in that space, from the Rat Load to Harry Belafonte. It’s such an iconic location– to be on that phase is truly cool.”

So cool, in reality, that Young’s 3rd present show, the unorthodox Renegades, plays there, too, Thursdays through Sundays at 8 p.m. Young is writer and imaginative director for the interactive sports-focused program, which features storytelling and discussion with infamous professional athletes including Jose Canseco, Jim McMahon and Terrell Owens.

“I’m a writer, so that was the main focus of the best ways to make this work,” Young states. “It’s a matter of how to shape those stories and make them appropriate to everybody, regardless if they’re a sports fan or if they comprehend these professional athletes’ history. And Renegades definitely has some stories you have not heard.”

Dealing with big names is a breeze for someone who collaborated with lots of superstars during the first national company trip of Chicago, when Young teamed with Brooke Shields, George Hamilton, Lou Gossett Jr., Melanie Griffith and much more.

Somehow, Young also discovers time to carry out in Breakfast to Broadway Sundays at Red Rock Resort, a program broadening to Santa Fe Station, too. “It feels like someone is looking out for me, the way that everything has lined up,” he says. “My day can be truly quite amazing, however I simply enjoy exactly what I do. I love to see the changes and impact, and I enjoy to pull stuff from people and make them feel they can do much better.”

Simply talking with Young can do that, or at least make you feel you can do more.

Coroner: Jerry Lewis death was from end-stage heart disease


Associated Press FILE -In this Sept. 5, 2005, file photo, longtime host Jerry Lewis carries out throughout the Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon in Beverly Hills, Calif. Lewis, the comic and director whose fundraising telethons became as well-known as his hit films, has actually died. Lewis died Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017, inning accordance with his press agent. He was 91. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017|5:10 p.m.

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Authorities in Las Vegas say Jerry Lewis passed away of heart problem, however the phrasing of his death certificate differs from exactly what was reported previously.

Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said Monday that Lewis’ official cause of death was end-stage cardiac disease and peripheral vascular illness.

Lewis was the clownish comic hailed as a creative genius and the host for decades of yearly muscular dystrophy telethons.

He passed away Sunday of natural causes in Las Vegas at age 91.

Fudenberg says coroner deputies had actually been told Lewis passed away of ischemic (ih-SKEE’-mihk) cardiomyopathy.

Ferozan Malal is the hospice and palliative medication doctor in Las Vegas who signed Lewis’ death certificate.

She informs The Associated Press that peripheral vascular illness and ischemic cardiomyopathy both fall under the classification of end-stage heart illness.

Donny Edwards takes Elvis’ stage for Westgate’s Homage to The King


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Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017|2 a.m.

. The Westgate Las Vegas is presenting lots of entertainment, casino promotions, food specials and more this month for its 40th Tribute to The King, commemorating Elvis Presley’s death on August 16, 1977.

The greatest pieces of the tribute are two performances of “The King Lives! Donny Edwards’ Elite Tribute to Elvis,” taking place on August 11 and 12 at the International Theater, the showroom where Presley performed 837 sold-out programs in between 1969 and 1976 (when the property was referred to as the International Hotel and then the Las Vegas Hilton).

Amazingly, it will be the first time the Las Vegas-based Edwards– the one and only Elvis tribute artist to have actually been given permission by Elvis Presley Enterprises to perform his show on the spiritual premises of Graceland– has actually had the possibility to sing on that stage.

“It’s probably the second-biggest thing I have actually done, after Graceland 4 years back,” states Edwards, who relocated to Las Vegas in 2003. “I have actually been in that display room a couple of times to see other acts. To be selected by the Westgate with the crew I work with to do the show we’ve been doing all around the world for this 40th anniversary is big. This is exactly what every Elvis tribute artist dreams of, to be on that stage.”

Edwards is understood for the authenticity in his efficiency, something he believes sets him apart from other homage performers and impersonators. Amongst his numerous regional gigs are his recent work at the South Point and a three-year stint carrying out at the Elvis-A-Rama Museum just west of the Strip, which closed in 2006.

“The [museum] was an actually distinct experience, particularly as a young person just entering into this organisation and doing it a certain way,” he says. “They were fantastic about letting me go in there and practice as much as I required and work on my abilities, and offering access to a great deal of footage many people don’t have. I attempt to pick up all the little nuances, the different variations of how he sang tunes.

“One issue I have is I prefer to do things the way Elvis did, even if the majority of his fans never ever saw him do it. I’ll do something and they’ll say Elvis never ever did it that way, however in fact he did and here’s the video footage. That’s taken place a couple times.”

Edwards is continuously looking into, particularly because his show doesn’t adhere to one era of The King’s achievement. He progresses through the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, ripping through around 30 songs with a 10-piece band. When he performs at the Westgate, the show’s final act will have him using the exact same attire and singing the same tunes Elvis did in that extremely space decades ago.

“When you go to Graceland you feel something there, and this has that very same feeling. It’s really sort of insane,” Edwards states. “This is the location he carried out the most throughout the world. It’s going to be a different sensation than any other stage, and I’m eagerly anticipating the honor of getting to do it there.”

“The King Lives! Donny Edwards’ Elite Tribute to Elvis” will exist at 7 p.m. August 11 and 12 at the International Theater at Westgate Las Vegas. Tickets begin at $22, any ages are welcome and more details can be found by calling 800-732-7117.

Grande to go back to stage Sunday for Manchester advantage show

Sunday, June 4, 2017|6:35 a.m.

NEW YORK– Ariana Grande is scheduled to return to the stage Sunday in Manchester, England, for a show to raise money for victims of a suicide battle that struck at the end of her last show nearly two weeks back.

She will not be alone.

A star-studded lineup consisting of Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Marcus Mumford and Take That is arranged to carry out at the “One Love Manchester” performance at the city’s Old Trafford cricket ground. The program will be relayed around the world and profits will go to an emergency situation fund set up by the city of Manchester and the British Red Cross.

The May 22 attack at Grande’s Manchester performance killed 22 and wounded dozens more. The pop vocalist visited young fans injured in the attack at the Royal Manchester Kid’s Medical facility on Friday.

Sunday’s show comes one day after attackers targeted the heart of London, eliminating 7 individuals. Authorities have said the attack started with a van plowing into pedestrians and after that included three men using large knives to assault individuals in bars and dining establishments at a neighboring market.

“We will not stop or run in worry. We will not let this divide us. We will not let dislike win,” Grande wrote in a statement when she revealed the benefit show last week. “Our reaction to this violence need to be to come closer together, to assist each other, to like more, to sing louder and to live more kindly and generously than we did previously.”

Other entertainers will consist of Pharrell Williams, Usher, the Black Eyed Peas, Robbie Williams and Niall Horan.

The show will be broadcast on a variety of outlets.

Disney’s young person cable network Freeform will air the full performance live at 2 p.m. EDT on Sunday. ABC plans a one-hour emphasize unique following its NBA Finals telecast.

The concert also will be broadcast on more than 130 iHeartRadio stations, and MTV will livestream the occasion on the site www.onelovemanchester.mtv.com.

Vegas NHL application goes into brand-new stage

Expense Foley’s application to the National Hockey League for a new franchise in Las Vegas has actually transferred to the next phase as Foley will certainly now send information about the Las Vegas market to the league.

Foley’s VegasWantsHockey website stated, “We are delighted to report that the NHL has actually welcomed us to participate in Phase II of the application process to protect an NHL group in Las Vegas. In this phase, we will be offering the League with added info, consisting of info about the Las Vegas market.

“We will likewise be permitted access to info offered by the League that it considers vital to us. We are enthusiastic that at the conclusion of this phase, the league will certainly welcome us to participate in Phase III.”

Foley and his minority partners, the Maloof brothers of Las Vegas, are aiming to start an NHL group that would dip into the brand-new $375 million arena under building behind New York-New York on the Strip. Foley hopes the NHL Board of Governors will certainly approve a team by January that could potentially play in the 2017-18 period at the privately funded arena that is had by MGM Resorts International and Anschutz Home entertainment Group.

Pictures: Public Enemy takes the stage at the Joint in the Acid rock Hotel


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Public Opponent performs at the Joint on Saturday, June 6, 2015, in the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas.

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Public Enemy at the Joint
Public Enemy performs at the Joint on Saturday, June 6, 2015, in the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas.Introduce slideshow “

New york city hip-hop legends Public Opponent– Chuck D, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord, Khari Wynn and Teacher Griff– headlined at the Joint in the Acid rock Hotel Las Vegas on Saturday night.

Chuck D– in a black T-shirt and black track trousers– and Las Vegas resident Flavor Flav– in a basketball jersey and shorts complete with his trademark clock necklace and grill– shared the Joint spotlight at spotlight much of the evening.

The albums and singles of Public Enemy– long understood for their politically charged lyrics, criticism of the media and support for the black neighborhood– include “Battle the Power,” “911 Is a Joke,” “Can’t Truss It,” “Shut ‘Em Down,” “It Takes a Country of Millions to Hold Us Back,” “Worry of a Black World” and “Armageddon 91 … The Enemy Strikes Black.”

British goth rockers The Cult shared the expense with Public Opponent on Saturday night.

Our thanks to Erik Kabik for his photo gallery of Public Opponent.

Don Chareunsy is the Las Vegas Sun’s entertainment and luxury senior editor and has been a journalist for almost two decades.

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The Joint The Joint, which holds 4,000 individuals, features seven luxury suites, a VIP studio level, an advanced sound system and a superior video system. It has actually received many awards including “Best Concert Location” in Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Finest of Las Vegas” awards in 2010, 2011 and 2012, “No. 1 Hottest Club in America” award by Billboard Publication in 2011, “Best Brand-new Significant Concert Venue” at the 2010 Pollstar Awards, and “Best Live Music Venue” in AOL City’s Best 2010 awards. The Joint has been the venue for shows by Paul McCartney, Prince, The Killers, Bon Jovi, Kenny Chesney, Arcade Fire, Avenged Sevenfold, Guns N’ Roses, Rise Against, Paramore, Muse, Drake and No Doubt. The venue hosted Vegas’s very first rock n’ roll residency, “Mythological Santana: A Trip through the Hits,” and in February 2012, Vegas’s very first hard rock residency, “Mötley Crüe in Sin City.” In 2011, the location invited “Tiësto In Performance,” a groundbreaking live program produced specifically for The Joint including the world’s No. 1 electronic DJ and manufacturer Tiësto. See Entertainment schedule.
4455 Paradise Roadway Las Vegas, NV 89169

Acid rock Hotel & & Casino

Probably one the coolest joints in the area, the Hard Rock Hotel & & Gambling establishment houses a few of Vegas’ best entertainment, dining establishments and nightlife.

At Acid rock, it’s all about the music. From the light fixtures constructed out of drum cymbals and guitar shaped door deals with to phase outfits and devices of the trade of legendary musicians displayed on the walls, the hotel screams rock-and-roll. The Acid rock’s Joint has hosted some the most significant names in music– from The Who to Bob Dylan to home town heroes, The Killers.

Aside from the music locations, the pool at the Acid rock is among its greatest destinations. Spread out over 4.7 acres, the pool area showcases swim-up blackjack, a bar and grill, private cabanas, a bevy of secluded nooks, a waterfall and an extensive live music location with a dance floor. Throughout the summertime, the swimming pool transforms into the Rehab club on Sunday afternoons.

The resident bar Body English merges European sophistication with a rock star bachelor pad and it commonly a hot spot for going to superstars and popular DJs. Classic rock souvenirs lines the walls at Wasted Area, Acid rock’s anti-club.

Restaurants at Acid rock are just as hip as the rest of the gambling establishment. Pink Taco dishes out Mexican dishes, along with a Central American and Caribbean menu. Nobu, one of five around the world Japanese-specialty restaurants from famous Nobu Matsuhisa, satisfies a various taste. For round-the-clock cuisine, Mr. Lucky’s 24/7, makes sure to ease your hunger even after a Vegas-all-nighter.

4455 Paradise Road Las Vegas, NV 89169 702-693-5000